Industry reports for tourism, hospitality and events
Yesterday we posted about recent market research for tourism and hospitality. Today we’re going to look at industry reports that may be useful in your assignments. Remember that using a range of resource scan help you write a better assignment.
IBISWorld is a database which provides industry reports which include data and analysis. Our subscription includes UK industry reports, global industry reports and some Brexit statements.
There are a number of industry reports that may be relevant for tourism, hospitality & events including:
Global Tourism (Global Industry Report)
Like all IBISWorld reports this gives a lot of information including an industry overview, industry performance and the competitive landscape. It defines tourism as “tourism is defined as international visitors spending during across national borders travel primarily for business, convention or conference travel, government business, and the more familiar tourism for leisure, vacation or to visit friends and relatives.”
Libraries, Museums and Cultural Activities in the UK
This report includes data on cultural industries including libraries, museums, art galleries, historical sites and nature reserves. This is a report that may be useful for tourism and events students.Hotels in the UK
Holiday Accommodation in the UK
This report includes information on accommodation to UK residents and international guests that have other facilities for guests including restaurants, conference rooms and convention centres.
There are other reports for example relating to the food service industries, travel industries and accommodation industries. It’s easy to browse reports by industry sector or you can search by keyword.
Company information on MarketLine and Euromonitor Passport
You can find information about companies and read company reports on two databases – the first in Euromoniter Passport and the second is MarketLine Company Profiles. You can access both Euromonitor Passport and MarketLine via the library web page: http://library.sunderland.ac.uk – just click on the Databases A-Z link.