Atomik Travel is a dynamic research panel offering tremendous amounts of insight on a wide-range of subjects. The world is more interconnected than it ever has been which makes research on contemporary travel trends all the more appealing. Media outlets, regardless of their audience or output, always have an interest in the latest travel news, particularly as most news is consumed on-the-go.
Why Atomik Travel?
- People are constantly on-the-go and are traveling more frequently in a globally interconnected world.
- Atomik Travel allows commissioning firms to segment demographics in order to gain the most in-depth insight on contemporary travel trends by age, gender, region and more.
- The media is always on the lookout for research relating to the travel market, and with such a diverse panel at hand, you can be assured of headline-hitting angles.
The travel market is tremendously appealing from a national media perspective. Media is frequently consumed on-the-go and there’s a wealth of insight to be uncovered from people who travel either short distances to work or long distances on vacation.
Radio stations find travel news particularly appealing and are likely to pick up research based on current trends and place them at the top of the news agenda. Research with targeted demographics is similarly appealing, particularly to regional stations, which require more bespoke results.
Online platforms constantly cover travel news and there is a host of specialised websites which are always on the lookout for research based on current trends. Featuring on specialist websites also gives the commissioning firm further chance to add to the research and boost their media reach.
Travel is a widely covered topic on the television, with several specialist shows spanning many channels. Research on travel often helps build editorial schedules, building a great brand reach.
Atomik Research – the creative market research people – has a strong PR and marketing background which enables us to formulate specialist PR surveys that provide vital news links for strong editorial features.
Become a panel member
We are always on the lookout for new members to add to our diverse and growing panel. There are ample opportunities to contribute to cutting-edge research. Rather than sit back and watch the news, you can be part of it by contributing to tailored projects on issues relating to your age, gender and demographic.