Travel and Hospitality Analyst
Lindsey Roeschke is the travel & hospitality analyst on the Industry Intelligence team, where she conducts research, authors analyst notes and advises leaders in the travel & hospitality industry on how to apply insights to make better business decisions.
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Why Travel Brands Should Ditch the Pre-Pandemic Playbook in 2023
Consumers’ travel behaviors this year will look much more similar to 2022 than to any pre-pandemic year, writes travel & hospitality analyst Lindsey Roeschke
Americans’ 2023 Travel Plans Are All Over the Map, Literally
Florida, California and Las Vegas top the list of places leisure travelers are most excited to visit in 2023, though all 50 states were mentioned at least once.
Report: Fastest Growing Brands 2022
Morning Consult’s Fastest Growing Brands of 2022 is the definitive measure of brand growth for both emerging and established brands, showcasing a wide range of companies and products that have accelerated their consumer appeal and awareness in 2022
Are We There Yet?
Uncovering the barriers and unmet needs of traveling families and the opportunities for brands to address them
Families Aren’t Getting What They Need From Travel Brands
Travel brands are missing out on a key audience by not providing better products and services for families, writes travel & hospitality analyst Lindsey Roeschke
Holiday Travelers Stick Close to Home, Hunt for Deals Amid High Inflation
Strapped for cash over the expensive holiday season, travelers will adjust their behavior to cut costs, writes travel & hospitality analyst Lindsey Roeschke
First Look: Consumers’ 2022 Holiday Plans
An early analysis into the consumer trends that brands should anticipate ahead of the holiday season across the finance, retail, travel and food industries
Millennials Look to Cash In Their Travel Rewards to Help Make the Most of Expensive Holiday Trips
Holders of travel credit cards plan to redeem rewards to cover higher-than-normal travel costs during the expensive holiday period
Defining Sustainability in Travel Is a Struggle for Many Consumers
Travel companies’ efforts to be more environmentally friendly often don’t connect with consumers due to a lack of understanding about what sustainability means in the industry, writes travel & hospitality analyst Lindsey Roeschke
Sustainability Report 2022: What Sustainability Means to Consumers
A brand’s guide to consumer attitudes, behaviors and expectations