Travel and Tourism in Switzerland to 2017

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The Swiss travel and tourism sector was adversely impacted by the global financial crisis, which caused a decline in tourism activity and expenditure in 2009. Although Eurozone economies weakened, Switzerland is expected to record stable growth in international arrivals over the forecast period.

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Travel and Tourism in Switzerland to 2017

  1. 1. RnRMarketResearch.com Offers “Travel and Tourism in Hong Kong to 2017” ReportUS$1950 Single User License. The report got published in Jun 2013 & Contain 136 Pages.Following a decline in 2009 due to the adverse affects of the global financial crisis, the Swiss travel andtourism sector recorded an increase in both inbound and outbound tourist volumes and expenditure in2012. Promotional activities organized by the tourism authority coupled with relatively stable economicconditions were the key drivers of this growth. In terms of its contribution to GDP and employment figures,the travel and tourism sector plays a significant role in the Swiss economy. According to World Travel andTourism Council (WTTC), in 2012, tourism accounted for 8.0% of the nation’s GDP and 9.9% of itsemployment figures.Domestic tourist volumes increased from 8.1 million tourists in 2008 to 8.6 million in 2012, at a CAGE of1.31%. It is anticipated that, between 2012 and 2017, volumes will increase at a projected CAGR of1.63% and reach a high of 9.3 million. The key growth drivers are expected to be economic stability,rising levels of consumer confidence and government initiatives to increase domestic tourism. On theother hand, inbound tourism grew between 2008 and 2012 and recorded a CAGR of 0.15%, rising from9.2 million to 9.3 million. Inbound tourist arrivals are expected to reach 10.6 million in 2017, expanding ata projected CAGR of 2.53%. The key drivers of this growth will be economic improvement in keyEuropean source markets, the strengthening of the Swiss Franc, improved access to travel services atincreasingly competitive prices and government efforts to promote Switzerland as a tourist destination.Complete Report Copy @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/travel-and-tourism-in-switzerland-to-2017-market-report.html.Despite this, in revenue terms, the Swiss hotel market declined between 2008 and 2012 at a CAGR of -2.51% from CHF6.1 billion (US$5.6 billion) to CHF5.5 billion ($5.8 billion). However, it is expected toincrease at a CAGR of 2.45% and reach CHF6.2 billion (US$6.6 billion) by 2017.Finally, the Swiss travel intermediary industry value is anticipated to increase at a CAGR of 6.05%between now and 2017 and eventually reach CHF10.7 billion (US$11.4 billion). This will be driven by arise in discretionary spending, increased business travel and government-lead marketing campaigns. The
  2. 2. industry share of online intermediaries is expected to increase from 25.0% in 2012 to 30.0% in 2017 asinternet penetration rates rise. Consequently, the industry share of the in-store market is anticipated todecline from 75.0% in 2012 to 70.0% in 2017.Inquire for Discount @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/discount?rname=101869The economic slowdown in 2009 adversely affected Hong Kong’s hotel market as it recorded an 11.2%decrease in total hotel revenues. However, the market value expanded at a CAGR of 11.58% between2008 and 2012, due to recovery in tourist flows in 2010 and 2011. Hong Kong’s hotel market posted anincrease in revenue from HKD33.8 billion (US$4.3 billion) in 2012 to HKD45.2 billion (US$5.8 billion) in2012. Total revenue is expected to increase at a CAGR of 5.07% to reach HKD57.9 billion (US$7.5billion) by 2017, with an expected increase in tourist volumes.Reasons to buy- Stay one step ahead of the industry by understanding the flow of tourists including domestic, inboundand outbound.- Understand where the potential lies within the Swiss travel and tourism industry by viewing data andforecasts with regards to Airlines, Hotels, Car rental, etc.- Stay ahead of your competitors by taking a look into their company profiles, including SwissInternational Airlines, EasyJet Switzerland, Budget car rental, Hertz, and Tour 168 of Switzerland GmbH.- Expand your business by gaining an overall understanding of the market using the reports Airportprofiles, tourism board profiles, car rental profiles, etc as well as a SWOT analysis on the Swiss Tourismmarket.Buy a Report Copy @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/contacts/purchase?rname=101869Table of Content10 Company Profiles – Airlines10.1 Company Profile: Swiss International Air Lines Ltd.10.1.1 Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. – company overview10.1.2 Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. – business description10.1.3 Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. – main services10.1.4 Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. – history10.1.5 Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. – SWOT analysis10.1.6 Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. – strengths10.1.7 Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. – weaknesses10.1.8 Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. – opportunities10.1.9 Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. – threats10.1.10 Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. – key competitors10.1.11 Swiss International Air Lines Ltd – key employees10.2 Company Profile: Helvetic Airways AG10.2.1 Helvetic Airways AG – company overview10.2.2 Helvetic Airways AG – main services10.2.3 Helvetic Airways AG – key competitors10.2.4 Helvetic Airways AG – key employees10.3 Company Profile: easyJet Switzerland SA10.3.1 easyJet Switzerland SA – company overview10.3.2 easyJet Switzerland SA – main services10.3.3 easyJet Switzerland SA – key competitors10.3.4 easyJet Switzerland SA – key employees
  3. 3. 10.4 Company Profile: Edelweiss Air AG10.4.1 Edelweiss Air AG – company overview10.4.2 Edelweiss Air AG – main services10.4.3 Edelweiss Air AG – key competitors10.4.4 Edelweiss Air AG – key employees10.5 Company Profile: Belair Airlines AG10.5.1 Belair Airlines AG – company overview10.5.2 Belair Airlines AG – main services10.5.3 Belair Airlines AG – key competitors10.5.4 Belair Airlines AG – key employees11 Company Profiles – Hotels11.1 Company Profile: The Dolder Grand11.1.1 The Dolder Grand – company overview11.1.2 The Dolder Grand – main services11.1.3 The Dolder Grand – key competitors11.1.4 The Dolder Grand – key employees11.2 Company Profile: Fairmount Le Montreux Palace.11.2.1 Fairmount Le Montreux Palace. – company overview11.2.2 Fairmount Le Montreux Palace. – main services11.2.3 Fairmount Le Montreux Palace. – key competitors11.2.4 Fairmount Le Montreux Palace. – key employees11.3 Company Profile: Beau-Rivage Palace.11.3.1 Beau-Rivage Palace. – company overview11.3.2 Beau-Rivage Palace – main services11.3.3 Beau-Rivage Palace. – key competitors11.3.4 Beau-Rivage Palace. – key employees11.4 Company Profile: Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues Geneva.11.4.1 Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues Geneva. – company overview11.4.2 Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues Geneva – main services11.4.3 Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues Geneva – key competitors11.4.4 Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues Geneva – key employees11.5 Company Profile: Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva.11.5.1 Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva. – company overview11.5.2 Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva – main services11.5.3 Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva – key competitors11.5.4 Grand Hotel Kempinski Geneva – key employees12 Company Profiles – Car Rental12.1 Company Profile: Europcar Switzerland12.1.1 Europcar Switzerland – company overview12.1.2 Europcar Switzerland – main services12.1.3 Europcar Switzerland – key competitors12.1.4 Europcar Switzerland – key employees12.2 Company Profile: Hertz AG12.2.1 Hertz AG – company overview12.2.2 Hertz AG – main services12.2.3 Hertz AG – key competitors12.2.4 Hertz AG – key employees12.3 Company Profile: Sixt Leasing (Schweiz) AG12.3.1 Sixt Leasing (Schweiz) AG – company overview12.3.2 Sixt Leasing (Schweiz) AG – main services12.3.3 Sixt Leasing (Schweiz) AG – key competitors12.3.4 Sixt Leasing (Schweiz) AG – key employees
  4. 4. 12.4 Company Profile: Budget car rental Switzerland12.4.1 Budget car rental Switzerland – company overview12.4.2 Budget car rental Switzerland – main services12.4.3 Budget car rental Switzerland – key competitors12.4.4 Budget car rental Switzerland – key employees12.5 Company Profile: Avis Autovermietung AG12.5.1 Avis Autovermietung AG – company overview12.5.2 Avis Autovermietung AG – main services12.5.3 Avis Autovermietung AG – key competitors12.5.4 Avis Autovermietung AG – key employees13 Company Profiles – Travel Intermediaries13.1 Company Profile: Tour 168 of Switzerland GmbH.13.1.1 Tour 168 of Switzerland GmbH. – company overview13.1.2 Tour 168 of Switzerland GmbH. – main services13.1.3 Tour 168 of Switzerland GmbH. – key competitors13.1.4 Tour 168 of Switzerland GmbH. – key employees13.2 Company Profile: Baumeler Reisen AG13.2.1 Baumeler Reisen AG – company overview13.2.2 Baumeler Reisen AG – main services13.2.3 Baumeler Reisen AG – key competitors13.2.4 Baumeler Reisen AG – key employees13.3 Company Profile: Viajes Benitez Reisen AG13.3.1 Viajes Benitez Reisen AG – company overview13.3.2 Viajes Benitez Reisen AG – main services13.3.3 Viajes Benitez Reisen AG – key competitors13.3.4 Viajes Benitez Reisen AG – key employees13.4 Company Profile: Swisstors GMBH.13.4.1 Swisstors GMBH. – company overview13.4.2 Swisstors GMBH. – main services13.4.3 Swisstors GMBH. – key competitors13.4.4 Swisstors GMBH. – key employees13.5 Company Profile: Trottomundo AG.13.5.1 Trottomundo AG. – company overview13.5.2 Trottomundo AG. – main products and services13.5.3 Trottomundo AG. – key employeesExplore More Reports @ http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com/reports/consumer-goods/travel-leisure/travelFor more details contact Mr. Priyank Tiwari: sales@rnrmarketresearch.com / +18883915441Website: http://www.rnrmarketresearch.com

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