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2018 TTRA Annual International Conference
June 26-28, 2018
The Biltmore, Miami~Coral Gables, Florida USA
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2017 TTRA Annual International Conference
June 20-22, 2017
Hilton Québec City, Québec City, Canada
2017 Presentations (see below)
Skift and Skift Research, A New Age in Travel Business Intelligence
Luke Bujarski, Skift.com
#NoMoreBoringSurveys: When and How to Gamify Your Research
Priscilla Fisk, IPSOS Interactive Services
Researching on the Impact of Global Social, Political and Economic Trends on Travel Behaviors
Olivier Henry-Biabaud, TCI Research
Challenges and Opportunities Researching with Indigenous Populations (no presentations available)
Daniel Nahoopii, SMS Research & Marketing Services, Inc.
Andrew Orawiec, Government of Nunavut
Andrew Peters, Swinburne University of Technology
Conversation Starters: Trends in Travel Research for the Next Five Years
Andria Godfrey, ADARA – Presentation
Ashley Schroeder Ph.D., University of Hawaii – Presentation
B. Bynum Boley, Ph.D., University of Georgia – Presentation
Kate Thompson, Destination DC – Presentation
Estimating Visitor Volumes (no presentations available)
Dave Bratton, Destination Analysts
Andrea Huisden, SMARInsights
Donna Larsen, DataPath Systems
Christopher Pike, Tourism Economics
Cheryl Schutz, D.K. Shifflet
Dmitry Shkolnik, Destination Canada
Multicultural Traveler Research: The Why, How, and Insights Gained (no presentation available)
Lauren Hansen-Flaschen, Visit Philadelphia
Michael Rodenburgh, IPSOS
Using Data to Gain a Competitive Advantage from Natural and Cultural Heritage
Ed Jager, Parks Canada – Presentation
Jeff Dalley, New Zealand Department of Conservation
Mike Robinson, Ph.D., Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage
Tourism Funding in the Spotlight (no presentation available)
Vicki Allen, Visit Florida
Carolyn Childs, MyTravelResearch.com;
Nate Gieryn, Texas Tourism
James Petrick, Ph.D., Texas A&M University
Airbnb & Hotel Performance: An Analysis of Proprietary Data in 13 Global Markets
Duane Vinson, STR
Social Listening: How To Do It and How To Use It
Philip Mai, Ryerson University; Anatoliy Gruzd, Ph.D., Ryerson University
Storytelling Research to Inspire Action
Michel Dubreuil, Destination Canada; Dmitry Shkolnik, Destination Canada; Chantz Strong, Destination Canada
The Ultimate Attraction: Escaping Through Heritage
Mike Robinson, Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage
2016 TTRA Annual International Conference
June 14-16, 2016
Vail Marriot Mountain Resort, Vail, Colorado USA
2015 TTRA Annual International Conference
June 15-17, 2015
Portland, Oregon USA