Five Predictions

Goldman Sachs, Crunchbase says:

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PhoCusWright, the trips online continue growing in the complex and diverse markets of the old continent. The changes in the economy and the sector of the trips have brought about changes in the form in which the consumers acquire and buy their trips. The fifth edition of the general vision of the trips online of PhoCusWright analyzes the dynamics of the distribution of the conventional trips online and in the main markets of Europe. Here we found five predictions of the new report for 2010 on the European market of the trips online: 1. The trips online will represent more of a third of the total of the European market of the trips Although the European market of the trips will undergo a fall that reaches the two percentage numbers, the leisure online and the managed trips of business will not manage to grow slightly during 2009. According to it is appraised that the effects of the recensin they will persist during the next year, the consumers more and more realise purchases online in search of better prices. The penetration online will happen of a 28% in 2008 to a 34% in 2010.

2. Priceline could become the greater Pan-European travel agency online Customary to being always the last one among the four great travel agencies online (the other three are Expedia, Orbitz and Travelocity), Priceline has taken terrain of considerable form from the appearance of the recession and especially after the success of its acquisition of, its main European acquisition. With Amid clogged Orbitz and the union of Expedia with Venerates, Priceline is prepared to become the second travel agency online at the global and probably greatest level of Europe (although Expedia has surely not said to its last word on the matter ).

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