Tag Archives: Roland Berger

Overtourism in Europe’s Cities

The study’s key finding is that, in recent years, cities have only been working to attract tourists in increasing numbers. With these short-term, economically fruitful measures occupying front of mind, they forgot that urban tourism needs to be expertly controlled in order to remain successful and sustainable over time. A range of very different factors …
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The Future of Retail Banking

The platform economy is revolutionizing the banking sector – technology providers and FinTechs are increasingly occupying the customer interface. Retail banks must reposition themselves: Instead of the mostly universal business model they operate now, they need to decide where their future focus will lie. Will they be relationship expert, product expert or technology provider? The …
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MILLENNIALS: The Generation Reshaping Travel and Shopping Habits

Millennial travellers display significantly different travel expectations and behaviours compared to other generations. From their favourite travel destinations and preferred holiday activities, to the people they travel with and how they choose to spend their money, Millennial differences can be observed along the whole travel value chain. However, considering their large numbers and the multitude …
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