OUR TRAVEL FRANCHISE & THE TRAVEL INDUSTRY
Join our Travel Franchise and you have a business in one of the world’s largest industries with a global economic contribution (direct, indirect and induced) of almost seven trillion U.S. Dollars. The direct economic impact of the industry, including accommodation, transportation, entertainment and attractions, was approximately 2.2 trillion U.S. Dollars in 2014. A number of countries, such as France and the United States, are consistently popular tourism destinations, but other, less well-known countries are quickly emerging in order to reap the economic benefits of the industry. By joining our Travel Franchise you get to run your online business with the use of our proven business model and be part of an expanding global network.
Worldwide, the travel industry has experienced steady growth almost every year. International tourist arrivals increased from 528 million in 2005 to 1.09 billion in 2013. Figures were forecast to exceed 1.8 billion by 2030. Each year, Europe receives the most international tourists. With just fewer than 566 million outbound tourists in 2013, the region had more than double that of the second largest tourist origin, the Asia Pacific region.
Destination Specific Guides
Our Travel Franchise and Travel Websites are completely different to most that are available. All of our Travel Guide Websites are ‘Destination Specific’ and contain detailed, informative tourist information with insider knowledge and guides, something that a general travel website does not. Creating a guide which focuses entirely on one specific destination brings with it huge benefits for the franchisee. Before you know it your website will be on page one of Google, your visitors would have increased dramatically and the opportunities for earning additional revenue will be vast and varied.
Over 70% of all travel planning begins online, with Destination Websites having a substantial audience in the early shopping phase. These days travellers are much more likely to search for websites with ‘destination centric’ addresses, just like our travel guides. Travellers spend much more time on this type of website, researching a particular destination and in doing so, will often make a hotel booking or click through to one of your travel partners. Your website visitors are also more likely to return to your website time and time again.