Now baby boomers are here for another 40 years - at least

Jones, Steve
November 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;11/3/2006, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the view of an executive concerning the baby boomer market in the travel industry in Australia. Insight Inc. global managing director John Boulding said that this market will prosper for at least 40 years, with 2006 as the base year. He rejected forecasts that it will fade in barely a decade. In effect, travel agencies should address this colossal change in order not to go out of business.


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