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YouGov – Webinar
September 21, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm EDT
Consumer Sentiment on Travel and Sustainability in Fall 2021
Back in June, YouGov shared a detailed analysis on US Travelers with Travel and Tourism Research Association members, unveiling granular demand trends, perceived obstacles to traveling, new consumer segments, and more.
Since then, many more Americans and global citizens have received COVID-19 vaccinations, though news about new variants continues to cause concern. How is this affecting travel sentiment and demand for domestic and international travel? And have the summer’s heatwaves affected perceptions on traveling sustainably?
In partnership with the Travel and Tourism Research Association, YouGov will present its most recent consumer and travel analysis, pulling from hundreds of thousands of new traveler surveys in the US and globally.
On September 21, Eva Stewart, YouGov’s Global Head of Travel & Tourism, will lead a deep dive into the results of this comprehensive study, including:
- US and global travel sentiment post-Summer
- Top considerations before spending money on travel
- Sustainability expectations
- And more
Join Eva in analyzing this unique research live for the TTRA audience!
Date and Time: September 21, 2021, 1:00 pm Eastern time
Cost: Members $0; Nonmembers $30
Eva Satkute Stewart is the Global Sector Head for Travel & Tourism at YouGov, a global public opinion and data group, where she is leading product innovation, international partnerships, and business growth. She has over 14 years of experience as a business strategist with a passion for bringing market and consumer insights, cutting-edge analytics, and consulting services to private and public organizations globally. Eva has worked with hundreds of travel sector clients, including national, regional, and city tourism authorities as well as major brands in various industry sectors helping to inform tourism growth strategies and identify market trends and opportunities. Eva holds a BA in Economics & Political Science from Greenwich University, UK, and an MSc in International Management from King’s College London.