News for the Hospitality Executive
June 21, 2011 - (New York, NY) Coyle Hospitality Group is pleased to release the results of their new 2011 Global Spa Report, which reveals what today's spa consumers really want. With the economic recovery remaining fragile, spa owners need to continue proactively addressing the spa consumers' priorities and needs. Why do people go to spas? What spa deals are capturing their attention? What is the impact of deal websites like Groupon? And, most importantly, how do spas retain clients and get them to inform their social networks? This exclusive research provides spa professionals better insight into understanding their clients and promoting greater customer loyalty and client retention. The following is a sampling of
The full report details the extensive results of Coyle's analysis and further addresses some key questions such as: Will the deal savvy consumer actually return to my business and pay the going rate? What marketing efforts and promotions work best?
Coyle recognizes that consumers' decision-making processes differ based on the industry; in spas, emotions are the drivers. Unlike other market research companies, Coyle doesn't ask people what they 'would' do, but rather, what they have done and tries to ask open-ended questions rather than multiple choice wherever possible.
Coyle Hospitality Group
Founded in 1996, Coyle Hospitality Group is a market leader providing mystery shopping services, industry benchmarking data, and market research to the hospitality industry, including hotels, resorts, restaurants, cruises, spas, timeshares, sports stadiums, and venues. Coyle utilizes a professional network of over 6,000 evaluators, serving markets both large and small, worldwide. Coyle's hospitality experts provide unparalleled service and tailor-made programs to accommodate the nuances of each client's brand. With Coyle's objective and actionable reports, proprietary market research, and industry benchmarks, Coyle conveys the complete story behind each customer experience using colorful insight and meaningful analysis, recognizing that every detail counts.
Stephanie Perrone Goldstein
VP of Sales and Marketing
Global Brand Director