Young, Affluent Travelers Want Your Services

September 2015
Travel Agent;9/7/2015, Vol. 346 Issue 8, p8
Trade Publication
The article presents the insight of Henry Harteveldt, founder of Atmosphere Research Group, a boutique research and advisory firm serving the global travel industry, on young, affluent travelers during a "Thought Leadership" breakfast at Virtuoso Week event in Las Vegas, Nevada. Harteveldt discusses the travel habits of under-40 high-income consumers, how they relate to brands, and their willingness to pay for service, comfort and efficiency.


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