Transportation, Travel, & Tourism


March 2015
Drawing on analysis from proprietary tools, BCG assesses the challenges facing the container-shipping industry and presents a playbook for transformative change that could restore carriers’ profitability.
March 2015
To build a competitive edge for the future, shipping companies need to understand the business case for switching to environmentally friendlier options for marine fuel.

Editor's Choice

February 2015
As more regulatory change upends the UK travel market, operators that invest now in pricing, forecasting, capacity, and consumer insight capabilities will gain a big competitive advantage.
April 2014
Some companies generate up to 60 percent of revenues from loyalty program members. Clearly, boosting the “loyalty margin” can have a dramatic impact on sales and profits.
December 2013
Chinese travelers will take 1.7 billion trips and spend $1.8 trillion by 2030. Forward-looking companies are developing strategies for gaining a share of this booming market.
October 2013
Research shows that hotel companies that work with franchisees to deliver customer satisfaction can charge higher rates. Those that fail to deliver—or fail to deliver consistently—suffer.
Value Creators
December 2014
Travel and tourism companies have created strong value for investors over the past five years, thanks to the global economic recovery and increasing travel by people in developing markets.
May 2014
A new BCG-WEF report details how four innovations can dramatically improve travel, trade, and tourism—and create huge benefits for businesses and society.
December 2014
As the global economy recovers, consumer companies are creating value for investors by focusing on sales growth and valuation multiples and by transforming themselves to stay ahead of the competition.
October 2013
BCG’s Philipp Gerbert and Antonella Mei-Pochtler show how digital and physical infrastructure are critical to the growth of companies and countries alike.
The Growth Imperative
October 2014
A new growth strategy is only as good as the people and organizational practices that support it. Here are five secrets that leaders can use to promote the cooperation and behavior that new growth initiatives require.
October 2014
How can companies choose among the many possible avenues to growth? Three starting positions suggest the paths most likely to create value.
From the Archive
> Browse Archive