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Consumer Research Reports

Well, Wellness, Wellbeing: America’s elite redefine an industry

Once, there was a world without wellness; now it’s ubiquitous. Today, “wellbeing,” a word that includes health, comfort and happiness, is the next addition to the vocabulary of health...

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What Moves Millennials From One City to the Next

Whether it’s to attract new visitors or new talent, Millennials are top of mind for cities today. At 74 million strong, Americans aged 18-34 are the largest demographic in...

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Resonance Interviews Rosewood President Radha Arora on Thought Leadership, Expansion and The Future

A luxurious sense of place has contributed to the global success of Rosewood Hotels and Resorts for 37 years. And while expansion into China in 2014 showed foresight that...

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Golf Is Not Dead

Apparently, golf is dying. Or so we’ve been told. Reports from the National Golf Foundation on declining participation levels from 30 million in 2003 to 24 million in 2014...

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U.S. Luxury Travelers Care More About Fitness Than the Rest of Us

We’ve discovered lots about the wealthiest U.S. travelers recently. They rank Four Seasons as their most preferred luxury hotel brand; they visit Caribbean destinations more often than general U.S....

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Millennials and the Future of Sharing

The Resonance Report: 2015 Portrait of the U.S. Millennial Traveler reveals that the sharing economy, at least as far as accommodation is concerned, is an arrangement of convenience, not...

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The Mystery of the Millennial Traveler

The 2015 Resonance Report: Portrait of the U.S. Millennial Traveler reveals that Millennials who travel aren’t the media’s Millennials. They’re more married than we think they are and have...

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Boomers Set Sail for Retirement

Baby boomers, as a cohort, have always done things a little differently, so it’s no surprise that some are taking to the sea for retirement. According to the Dallas...

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Creative Tourism Takes the Lead

We’ve talked before about the growing popularity of cultural tourism, and now the United States World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has confirmed that the pursuit of cultural experiences accounts for...

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Seychelles Engages the Youngest Creative Tourists

The Republic of Seychelles is growing its creative tourism brand, most recently by showcasing artists at Hamburg’s Tourism Fair in late February. Artists Jude Ally and Egbert Marday came...

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