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International Market Information Delivered to you! U.S. Department of Commerce Creates Online Bulletin.
The U.S. Commercial Service has created the "Travel and Tourism e-Market Express" as an expansion of our partnership with the Tourism Industries Office (TI) and in response to demand from the travel and tourism industry. Travel professionals want to know on a regular basis about the latest in market research, trade opportunities and events submitted by officers in U.S. Embassies and Consulates around the world. Through the online "Travel & Tourism e-Market Express" bulletin, U.S. firms can electronically request current market research reports created by Commercial Specialists in U.S. Embassies and Consulates abroad to assist in expanding their international efforts.
Firms can also obtain information for upcoming shows in the industry as well as trade opportunities and contacts in various international markets.
Please direct your browser to the URL link below to view the latest edition of the "Travel and Tourism e-Market Express" and select the reports of your interest. You will receive the requested information via email.
In addition to the "Travel and Tourism e-Market Express", the Tourism Industries Office and U.S. Commercial Service offer other resources that can assist U.S. firms with their international endeavors.
Tourism Industries, which serves as the National Tourism Office for policy issues and as the core statistical center, publishes the baseline monthly and quarterly arrivals and receipts data, bi-annual forecast and analysis and the annual reports on traveler flows, expenditures and traveler characteristic data and profiles. Visit TI's website: http://tinet.ita.doc.gov.
The U.S. Commercial Service has over 100 offices located throughout the U.S.A., and 160 offices located in 82 different countries. Staff in these offices work together to provide export counseling to U.S. businesses and destinations interested in entering or increasing their presence in international markets. Services include one-to-one counseling, market research and partner identification. The staff and offices serve as a bridge to assist U.S. destinations with identifying their best partners overseas and promoting themselves effectively on a global basis. To learn more about the Commercial Service offices, programs and services, visit: http://www.usatrade.gov.
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