Toronto LIVE: Insights into the Path to Purchase for Canadian Travelers

Toronto
Thursday, Dec 10, 2020
13:00 UTC
About this event

Given how Canada has handled the COVID-19 pandemic, indicators point to the fact that Canadian consumers may become prime targets for international travel destinations before American travellers.

As Canadians increasingly become the North Americans that destinations worldwide want to attract during the COVID-19 pandemic recovery phase, insights needed to capture this unique market are important to learn.

Join this live panel discussion, "Insights into the Path to Purchase for Canadian Travelers", to dive into how the "path to purchase" for travel has changed for Canadian travelers.

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Who is this for?
This talk is geared towards Canadian travel industry professionals and brands but the travel research presented will be insightful for everyone in the travel space.

Key Takeaways:
Join us for an insightful guest presentation on what to expect from Canadian travellers as we learn to travel in the age of COVID-19. We will look at a recent study that explores this market. Takeaways include:

* What inspires Canadians to research a trip
* How they’ll travel – car, short haul, long haul – after borders reopen
* How Canadians will spend their travel dollars
* The platforms they will use to conduct their research
* How Canadian consumers will book international leisure travel

GIVEAWAY
We'll be giving away one "Insights into the Path to Purchase for Canadian Travelers" second edition full report ($450 USD value). Attendees will be automatically entered to win!

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About Tania Kedikian:
Tania Kedikian is an account manager for Development Counsellors International based in Toronto. Her work promoting Canadian tourism has increased visitations in destinations including Barbados, Belize, Scotland, and Tahiti over the years. Tania credits her immigrant parents, with Italian and Armenian backgrounds, for cultivating her interest in the many places of the world and their food, entertainment, and people.


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Will Tang
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