According to the latest results of MMGY Global's Travel Safety Barometer (Wave VI), which measures the impact of COVID-19 on traveler perceptions of safety, the current surge in cases of the virus across the U.
MMGY Travel Intelligence, the leading source of strategic insight for the travel and tourism industry, and Enlightn Strategies, the most trusted advisor in the CBD and cannabis-related tourism space, have announced today key findings from a new report, Cannabis Tourism: Opportunities, Issues and Strategies.
MMGY Myriad, a leader in international destination marketing, and Travel Market Report, a news publication that serves as the voice of travel advisors in North America, have partnered on an industry tracking survey to monitor the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on travel agencies.
During the weeks from May 11-25, 2020, over 900 travel executives (tour operators and agency owners) from the top tourism source markets participated in a global survey by Travel Consul, the leading international travel marketing alliance.
MMGY Global's flagship integrated marketing agency, MMGY, has brought together Expedia Group™ Media Solutions, Sojern and ADARA to create a unifying campaign that maintains a consumer presence for the travel industry, shares a message of positivity and reminds American travelers of the real power of travel.
MMGY Global has announced the findings from Wave 5 of its Travel Safety Barometer report, a sentiment tracking study that measures American travelers' perceptions of how safe it is to engage in specific travel behaviors on a scale of 0 (Extremely Unsafe) to 100 (Extremely Safe).
MMGY Global announces the launch of its new Travel Safety Barometer, a sentiment tracking tool created for the travel and tourism industry to monitor American travelers' perceptions of how safe it is to engage in specific travel behaviors as the country embarks on its reopening and recovery efforts.
The latest findings of the Travel Intentions Pulse Survey, conducted by MMGY Travel Intelligence, reveal just 36% of U.S. travelers intend to take a domestic leisure trip in the next six months. When asked about traveling after the pandemic subsides, the preference is to still travel domestically and closer to home.
The U.S. Travel Association has partnered with MMGY Travel Intelligence to conduct a biweekly study of U.S. business and leisure travelers. This survey measures current and future traveler sentiment amid the COVID-19 pandemic and will track trends and shifts in travel intentions.
MMGY Travel Intelligence, in partnership with Destinations International Foundation, has released the findings from the fourth wave of a series of bi-weekly tracking surveys of North American destination professionals.