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Here you'll find the latest research and reports for each sector.
Reviewing 2017 and looking ahead, we determine that businesses can look forward to a period of increasing confidence entering 2018. Our annual report identifies the sectors that benefitted from activity fuelled, in part, by the availability of finance and a surge of investors, along with increased tourism.
Uncovering the hotel investment opportunities throughout Europe, this report reviews the growth opportunities of feeder markets in Europe, analyses the issues surrounding accessibility and airport capacity and highlights which markets are expected to achieve strong RevPAR increases in the coming years.
We are happy to present our latest report on the Polish hotel market with a focus on Poland's key tourism destinations. This review will give you an insight into the fundamental trends of Poland’s top six key cities Warsaw, Krakow, Wroclaw, Tri-City, Poznan and Katowice.
More and more, hotels are being incorporated into mixed-use concepts. A recent study by Christie & Co has revealed what mixed-use concepts involve nowadays, pinpointing the benefits as well as the challenges. In the study, the hotel property specialist questioned reputable project developers and hotel operators. The publication is available in German.
An update of "The Balearic Islands Hotel Market" report, published in December 2015, which reviews the season of 2016 and tracks the evolution of the main touristic indicators.
This publication examines the key fundamentals of the Nordics, highlighting why investors and operators should pay close attention to this region of opportunity.
Following the welcome of the first study on the year 2015 published in March 2016, Christie & Co analyses again the hotel industry development in the selected cities, focusing on the growth in visitation, the characteristics of the hotel offer and recent performance indicators.
Hardly any other industry has been under as much pressure in recent years as the private hotel industry in Vienna. Hotel market specialist Christie & Co examined the market developments in a recent study and surveyed private hotel owners and operators in the Austrian capital on their assessment of the challenges facing the private hotel market in Vienna and the prospects for the future. The report is available in German.
Hamburg, the proverbial gateway to the world, is one of Europe’s most dynamic cities. On the occasion of this year’s congress of the German Hotel Association (IHA), taking place in Hamburg, hotel property specialist Christie & Co analysed the hotel market of Germany’s metropolis in the North.
We are delighted to present our latest report on the Central & Eastern Europe (CEE) hotel market that examines market trends in major capitals across the region.