Through knowledge sharing, webinars, YouTube sessions, and professional development experiences, TTRA members stay up-to-date on the latest travel industry research and methodologies, travel trends, forecasting, behaviors, and more.
TTRA offers members many opportunities to share knowledge and experiences with industry colleagues through:
Webinars (see below)
Webinars allow our members to stay up-to-date on the information that interests them the most and gives TTRA members the opportunities to share their expertise with the world.
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Where possible (depending on client permissions), historical webinar recordings will appear below.
The State of the American Traveler — Destinations Edition Webinar (March 2018)
Webinar Video and Slides
To Post a Webinar:
Webinar listings are uploaded as they are received.
Notice of new postings will be sent to TTRA members and tourism colleagues no more than once per week by email and social media (Facebook and Twitter). Webinars will also be promoted in the eNews and via the TTRA calendar.
The cost to post a webinar depends on one’s level of membership:
- TTRA Partners and Organizational members can post their organizational webinars at no cost.
- For Other TTRA members, promotion is $50 USD (per webinar).
- For non-members, a $100 USD (per webinar) fee will apply.
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DMO Travel & Tourism Research 100
The Travel and Tourism Research Association (TTRA) is pleased to announce that their new DMO Travel and Tourism Research 100 course will be repeated at the 2019 Annual International Conference in Melbourne, Australia. It will again be structured as an 8 hr course scheduled Monday, June 24th, 2019.
This course is for both experienced destination researchers and those early in their destination research careers, as well as general managers with research responsibilities. This course will explore the fundamentals of research design, conducting or contracting research to support all the planning, marketing, advocacy, and management decisions for a typical Destination Management or Marketing Organization (DMO).