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International Travel & Tourism 2010 Forecast
This webinar will provide a detailed analysis of the expected 2010 international tourism to the United States and preliminary outlook for 2011 based on current trends. The U.S. Department of Commerce recently announced that international visitors spent an estimated $11.6 billion on travel to, and tourism-related activities within, the United States during the month of August—$1.6 billion more (16%) than was spent in August 2009—marking the eighth consecutive month of growth in U.S. travel and tourism exports. Total international visitor spending in the United States has increased, on average, $1.0 billion a month in 2010. Experts from the Office of Travel & Tourism Industries will discuss arrivals, spending patterns, length of stay, top markets, and other key data.
International travelers are back! Experts from the Office of Travel & Tourism Industries will discuss arrivals, spending patterns, length of stay, top markets, and other key data rounding out 2010.
- Market intelligence
- Data trends and analysis
- Dollars spent by international travelers to USA
- Planning for the year ahead