1 2010 International Visitation to North Carolina September 2011 North Carolina Report developed in conjunction with
2 Executive Summary International Visitation to North Carolina Applying conservative assumptions to empirical data provides that an estimated 593,716 international visitors travel to North Carolina (this total does not include Canada). Approximately $278 million in spending is associated with these visitors. The top ten origin countries represent 55 percent of visitation and 53 percent of spending. In terms of market share of international visitors to North Carolina, the United Kingdom is the top market with 14.1% of market share and 11.7% of spending. Germany (market share, 9.8%; spending, 7.5%) and Mexico (market share, 5.9%; spending, 4.9%) are the next top markets. Other top countries in terms of volume are Japan, India, China/Hong Kong, France and Brazil. In terms of spending per visitor, visitors from China/Hong Kong spend the most with an average of $698 per visitor, slightly less than in 2009 ($721). Visitors from Switzerland followed with an average per person spending of $588 (up from $551 in 2009), followed closely by Brazilians with $582 per visitor. Other top countries with high per person spending are Japan ($578 up from $509 in 2009), India ($543), Venezuela ($520) and South Korea ($498). Spending includes only spending that occurs in North Carolina. Air fares and other pre-paid expenses are not included. Visitors from Asia, in particular India and Japan, spend a much larger proportion of their total spending on lodging than European visitors to North Carolina. This is likely due to a longer length of stay. Visitors from Latin America spend even less on lodging than Europeans. Visitors from Europe tend to spend more on restaurants and dining, while visitors from South America and India spend more in supermarkets, indicating that they may be cooking in their places of lodging rather than eating out. Over seventeen percent of spending in NC by Venezuelan visitors is in supermarkets, while only eight percent is spent in restaurants and quick service establishments. Visitors from South America and Mexico spend more of their total travel budget on retail in general, particularly in radio/tv/stereo stores, department stores, specialty retail and discount stores. Brazilians and Venezuelans spend over half (56.9% and 58.6% respectively) of their total spending in NC in retail. Italian and German visitors spend a larger proportion of total spending on auto rental and gasoline/oil than visitors to North Carolina from any other country. Spending in clothing and jewelry stores rank fairly high in most countries of origin, particularly Venezuela, Mexico, China/Hong Kong, and Germany.
3 Table 1: North Carolina s Top 15 International Markets by Market Share Rank Country of Origin (Ranked by Total Spend) 2010 Estimated Visitors % change from Total Spent Average Spending per Visitor 1 United Kingdom 83, % $32,590,120 $ Germany 57, % $20,849,224 $ Mexico 35, % $13,679,607 $ Japan 30, % $17,409,420 $ India 28, % $15,324,759 $ China/Hong Kong 22, % $15,865,904 $ France 22, % $ 7,601,554 $ Brazil 18, % $10,998,162 $ Australia 13, % $ 5,577,968 $ South Korea 12, % $ 6,308,256 $ Italy 12, % $ 5,399,414 $ Switzerland 8, % $ 5,275,716 $ Sweden 8, % $ 3,095,773 $ Ireland 6, % $ 3,093,247 $ Venezuela 4, % $ 2,100,055 $ 520 TOTAL 593, % $ 278,164,532 $ 469 *Canada not included ** Spending only includes what is spent in North Carolina. ***North Carolina Division of Tourism estimates based on extrapolations from government data and aggregate Visa usage data provided by VisaVue Travel for the period of calendar year The United Kingdom ranks #1 in terms of volume of international visitors to North Carolina with over 83,000 visitors, up 7.3%. Spending by UK visitors is estimated at $32.6 million (11.7% of all international spending in North Carolina), up 9.1%. German visitors represent the next largest country of origin with nearly 58,000 visitors and $20.8 million in spending, up 4.5% from $19.9 million in While Japanese visitors have a higher average per person spending ($578), its lower visitor volume translates to a lower total spending estimate of $17.4 million (up 22% ). Visitors from China/Hong Kong have the highest per person spending average at $698, followed by visitors from Switzerland ($588) and Brazil ($582).
4 5.7% 5.9% 5.2% 5.1% 3.9% 4.8% 3.8% 3.7% 2.7% 3.8% 2.6% 2.4% 2.6% 3.2% 2.4% 2.1% 2.2% 2.1% 1.5% 1.4% 1.5% 1.5% 1.2% 1.0% 1.1% 0.7% 11.2% 9.8% 15.2% 14.1% Chart 1: Market Share of Top International Countries of Origin to North Carolina 15.0% 10.0% % 0.0% The United Kingdom ranks #1 in terms of market share of international visitors to North Carolina with 14.1 percent of market share, a slight decrease in market share. Even with the decrease in market share, total volume of UK visitors to NC increased 7.3% from 77,788 in 2009 to 83,501 in Germany (9.8%), Mexico (5.7%) and Japan (5.2%) were the next top markets by market share. The top 15 countries of origin represent over 62 percent of market share of international visitation to North Carolina. India, China/Hong Kong, and Brazil all had significant market share increases to Chart 2: Volume Growth of Top International Markets to North Carolina 90,000 United Kingdom 80,000 Germany 70,000 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 Mexico Japan India China/Hong Kong France Brazil Australia South Korea
5 Chart 3: Spending by Merchant Category for the UK Market in North Carolina OTHER, 16.7% LODGING, 31.1% 11.6% JEWELRY STORES, 8.1% OTHER TRAVEL & ENTERTAINM, 1.7% DISCOUNT STORES, 1.5% OIL, 2.0% RADIO TV & STEREO STORES, 2.7% HEALTH CARE, 1.8% MISC. SPECIALTY RETAIL, 2.0% BUSINESS TO BUSINESS, 1.7% AUTO RENTAL, 8.2% 7.2% STORES, 3.7% In the UK market, other represents one of the largest consumer card spending categories followed by lodging. Other" includes categories such as miscellaneous retail, drug stores/pharmacies, furniture stores, etc. UK visitors spend a larger proportion of their total spending on restaurants than visitors from other countries. Table 2: UK Spending in North Carolina Lodging 31.1% $10.1M +15.9% Restaurants 11.6% $ 3.8M +12.8% Auto Rental 8.2% $ 2.7M +18.5% Clothing/Jewelry Stores 8.1% $ 2.7M -0.9% Supermarkets 7.2% $ 2.3M +0.9% Department Stores 3.7% $ 1.2M +5.3% Radio/TV/Stereo Stores 2.7% $866, % Specialty Retail 2.0% $653, % Oil 2.0% $642, % Sub Total 76.6% $25.0M Total 100.0% $32.6M +9.1% Table 3: UK Visitor Volume UK Visitor Volume ,138 77, % 83, % Visitation to North Carolina by UK visitors decreased from , but had a good rebound in 2010.
6 Chart 4: Spending by Merchant Category for the German Market in North Carolina LODGING, 27.2% JEWELRY STORES, 13.0% 9.7% AUTO RENTAL, 10.7% 7.9% OTHER, 13.7% SPORTING GOODS STORES, 1.1% OTHER TRAVEL & ENTERTAINM, 1.6% HEALTH CARE, 1.6% RADIO TV & STEREO STORES, 2.5% DISCOUNT STORES, 1.6% BUSINESS TO BUSINESS, 1.0% OIL, 3.7% STORES, 3.8% MISC. SPECIALTY RETAIL, 2.3% German visitors spend a larger proportion of their total spending on auto rental than visitors from most other countries (though the total dollar spend is still less than UK due to less volume). Germans spent a smaller proportion of total spending in NC on restaurants and dining. Table 4: German Spending in North Carolina Lodging 27.2% $5.7M +13.0% Clothing/Jewelry Stores 13.0% $2.7M -0.7% Auto Rental 10.7% $2.2M +19.1% Supermarkets 9.7% $2.0M +3.1% Restaurants 9.2% $1.9M +8.2% Department Stores 3.8% $796, % Oil 3.7% $764, % Radio/TV/Stereo Stores 2.5% $515, % Specialty Retail 2.3% $471, % Sub Total 82.1% $17.1M Total 100.0% $20.8M +4.5% Table 5: German Visitor Volume German Visitor Volume ,471 57, % 57, % Though there was positive growth, German visitation to North Carolina did not grow as much as other European markets to 2010.
7 Chart 5: Spending by Merchant Category for the Mexican Market in North Carolina LODGING, 15.0% OTHER, 17.7% JEWELRY STORES, 17.6% OIL, 1.5% 9.6% DISCOUNT STORES, 3.5% BUSINESS TO BUSINESS, 2.6% MISC. SPECIALTY RETAIL, 4.1% STORES, 6.8% AUTO RENTAL, 6.4% 7.6% RADIO TV & STEREO STORES, 7.6% Mexican visitors spend a smaller proportion of their total spending on lodging than visitors from other countries. These visitors do spend a larger proportion on retail. Over half (52.9%)of their spending is in retail, particularly in clothing and jewelry stores. Table 6: Mexican Spending in North Carolina Clothing/Jewelry Stores 17.6% $2.4M +34.6% Lodging 15.0% $2.0M +28.7% Supermarkets 9.6% $1.3M +10.2% Restaurants 7.6% $1.0M +47.3% Radio TV & Stereo Stores 7.6% $1.0M +47.7% Department Stores 6.8% $931, % Auto Rental 6.4% $874, % Sub Total 70.6% $9.7M Total 100.0% $13.7M +24.3% Table 7: Mexican Visitor Volume Mexican Visitor Volume ,805 29, % 35, % Mexican visitation to NC rebounded quite well in 2010, topping 2008 levels by 1.4%.
8 Chart 6: Spending by Merchant Category for the Japanese Market in North Carolina LODGING, 41.0% OTHER, 16.1% RADIO TV & STEREO STORES, 1.9% HEALTH CARE, 1.7% STORES, 2.0% MISC. SPECIALTY RETAIL, 1.2% OIL, 1.4% 6.1% AUTO RENTAL, 10.1% 9.0% JEWELRY STORES, 9.5% Japanese visitors to North Carolina spend about a third more of their total spending on lodging as European visitors and twice as much as South American, Australian and Mexican visitors. These visitors spend a much smaller proportion of their total spending in retail in general, specifically in department stores, supermarkets, and radio/tv/stereo stores. Table 8: Japanese Spending in North Carolina Lodging 41.0% $7.1M +34.7% Auto Rental 10.1% $1.8M +67.1% Clothing/Jewelry Stores 9.5% $1.7M +26.6% Restaurants 9.0% $1.6M +24.3% Supermarkets 6.1% $1.1M +13.8% Department Stores 2.0% $356, % Business to Business 2.0% $341, % Sub Total 79.7% $13.9M Total 100.0% $17.4M +28.3% Table 9: Japanese Visitor Volume Japanese Visitor Volume ,227 26, % 30, % With an increase of nearly 13% in visitation to 2010, Japan remained the fourth top market for international visitors to North Carolina. Still 14% below 2008 visitation, Japan remains an important market.
9 Chart 7: Spending by Merchant Category for the Indian Market in North Carolina LODGING, 44.5% 11.9% RADIO TV & STEREO STORES, 7.3% OTHER, 12.1% DISCOUNT STORES, 2.4% STORES, 3.7% JEWELRY STORES, 5.3% AUTO RENTAL, 6.7% 6.1% Like Japanese visitors to North Carolina, visitors from India a much larger proportion of their total spending on lodging as visitors from other countries of origin. These visitors spend a much smaller proportion of their total spending on restaurants, but a larger proportion at supermarkets. Nearly twelve percent of their total spending in the state is in supermarkets. Visitors from India also spend a much larger proportion of their total spending at radio/tv and stereo stores and discount stores than visitors from other countries. Table 10: Indian Spending in North Carolina Lodging 44.5% $6.8M % Supermarkets 11.9% $1.8M +55.9% Radio/TV/Stereo Stores 7.3% $1.1M +38.2% Auto Rental 6.7% $1.0M +46.3% Restaurants 6.1% $940, % Clothing/Jewelry Stores 5.3% $807, % Department Stores 3.7% $559, % Discount Stores 2.4% $371, % Sub Total 87.9% $13.5M Total 100.0% $15.3M +71.5% Table 11: Indian Visitor Volume Indian Visitor Volume ,993 19, % 28, % India had one of the largest increases in visitation to 2010, an increase of over forty percent. Even with a decrease in 2009, visitation to NC by Indian visitors is up 28% from 2008.
10 Chart 8: Spending by Merchant Category for the Chinese/Hong Kong Market in North Carolina LODGING, 28.2% JEWELRY STORES, 16.9% 8.1% 8.0% OTHER, 12.4% DISCOUNT STORES, 1.0% HEALTH CARE, 1.1% OIL, 1.4% MISC. SPECIALTY RETAIL, 2.0% STORES, 6.0% BUSINESS TO BUSINESS, 2.0% RADIO TV & STEREO STORES, 6.8% AUTO RENTAL, 6.1% Chinese visitors to North Carolina spend over one-fourth of their total spending on lodging about the same as European visitors, but much less than other Asian visitors. These visitors spend more in clothing, jewelry and department stores than most other countries of origin, but less on auto rentals than others. Table 12: Chinese/Hong Kong Spending in North Carolina Lodging 28.2% $4.5M +96.1% Clothing/Jewelry Stores 16.9% $2.7M +78.8% Restaurants 8.1% $1.3M +65.1% Supermarkets 8.0% $1.3M +28.0% Radio TV & Stereo Stores 6.8% $1.1M % Auto Rental 6.1% $968, % Department Stores 6.0% $955, % Miscellaneous Specialty Stores 2.0% $311, % Business to Business 2.0% $321, % Sub Total 84.1% $13.3M Total 100.0% $15.9M +67.3% Chinese/Hong Kong Visitor Volume Table 13: Chinese/Hong Kong Visitor Volume ,530 13, % 22, % Visitation to North Carolina by Chinese visitors increased dramatically to 2010 (+73%). As a result of this growth, China/Hong Kong moved up in ranking from 9 th to 6 th in 2010.
11 Chart 9: Spending by Merchant Category for the French Market in North Carolina LODGING, 28.2% JEWELRY/ASSEC, 10.4% 8.3% 11.0% AUTO RENTAL, 7.8% OTHER, 16.6% OIL, 1.9% STORES, 3.9% BUSINESS TO BUSINESS, 2.1% HEALTH CARE, 1.3% RADIO TV & STEREO STORES, 4.6% DISCOUNT STORES, 1.7% MISC. SPECIALTY RETAIL, 2.2% French visitors to North Carolina spend just over one-fourth of their total spending on lodging about the same as visitors from Germany and China. These visitors spend slightly larger proportion of their total spending on restaurants than visitors from most other countries of origin, and also spent more in supermarkets than visitors from other European countries. Table 14: French Spending in North Carolina Lodging 28.2% $2.6M +11.0% Restaurants 11.0% $1.0M +15.6% Clothing/Jewelry Stores 10.4% $965, % Supermarkets 8.3% $768, % Auto Rental 7.8% $720, % Radio TV & Stereo Stores 4.6% $423, % Department Stores 3.9% $366, % Miscellaneous Specialty Stores 2.2% $206, % Sub Total 76.4% $7.1M Total 100.0% $9.3M -3.6% Table 15: French Visitor Volume French Visitor Volume ,262 19, % 22, % France is one of the few top countries of origin for NC visitors that did not have a decrease in visitation from 2008 to That, added to the 14% increase in 2010, puts France at the #7 position in top markets for NC, only slightly behind China/Hong Kong.
12 Chart 10: Spending by Merchant Category for the Brazilian Market in North Carolina JEWELRY/ACCESS 16.0% RADIO TV & STEREO STORES, 15.0% SPORTING GOODS STORES, 3.3% LODGING, 12.1% 10.9% 5.9% OTHER, 16.9% OIL, 1.8% DISCOUNT STORES, 3.5% BUSINESS TO BUSINESS, 1.9% AUTO RENTAL, 4.3% MISC. SPECIALTY RETAIL, 2.9% STORES, 5.5% Brazilian visitors to North Carolina spend a much larger proportion of money in retail in general (56.9%) than visitors from other countries, particularly in radio, TV and stereo stores (15.0%) and sporting goods stores (3.3%). Only twelve percent of their total spending is in lodging establishments. Brazilian visitors to North Carolina spend only six percent of their total travel dollars in North Carolina restaurants. Table 16: Brazilian Spending in North Carolina Clothing/Jewelry Stores 16.0% $1.8M +39.1% Radio TV & Stereo Stores 15.0% $1.6M +38.3% Lodging 12.1% $1.3M +35.3% Supermarkets 10.9% $1.2M +44.3% Restaurants 5.9% $645, % Department Stores 5.5% $605, % Auto Rental 4.3% $472, % Discount Stores 3.5% $380, % Sporting Goods Stores 3.3% $360, % Miscellaneous Specialty Retail 2.9% $317, % Sub Total 79.4% $8.7M Total 100.0% $11.0M +29.7% Table 17: Brazilian Visitor Volume Brazilian Visitor Volume ,745 13, % 18, % Similar to France, Brazil experienced two years of visitation increases to North Carolina. An increase of nearly 43% in 2010 puts Brazil at the #8 position of top markets to the state.
13 Chart 11: Spending by Merchant Category for the Australian Market in North Carolina LODGING, 21.4% JEWELRY STORES, 10.7% 8.4% AUTO RENTAL, 5.7% 6.9% BUSINESS TO BUSINESS, 2.8% MISC. SPECIALTY RETAIL, 3.1% OTHER, 25.9% OIL, 1.9% STORES, 3.8% HEALTH CARE, 4.4% DISCOUNT STORES, 1.8% RADIO TV & STEREO STORES, 3.2% Australian visitors to North Carolina spend slightly less of their total spending on lodging (21.4%) than Europeans and Asians who visit the state, though a higher proportion than in 2009 (16.5%). Visitors from Australia spend a larger proportion of their total spending in retail than visitors from other countries of origin. Nearly half (43.8%) of their total spending is in some type of retail store. Table 18: Australian Spending in North Carolina Lodging 21.4% $1.2M +57.2% Clothing/Jewelry Stores 10.7% $599, % Supermarkets 8.4% $466, % Restaurants 6.9% $385, % Auto Rental 5.7% $316, % Health Care 4.4% $247, % Department Stores 3.8% $210, % Radio TV & Stereo Stores 3.2% $178, % Miscellaneous Specialty Retail 3.1% $170, % Business to Business 2.8% $158, % Sub Total 70.4% $3.9M Total 100.0% $5.6M +21.1% Table 19: Australian Visitor Volume Australian Visitor Volume ,769 12, % 13, % The Australian market grew over 16 percent to Even with a dip of six percent in 2009, there has been a 2-year increase in Australian visitors of ten percent.
14 Chart 12: Spending by Merchant Category for the South Korean Market in North Carolina LODGING, 19.5% JEWELRY STORES, 16.3% 9.6% 8.6% OTHER, 16.3% BUSINESS TO BUSINESS, 1.4% DISCOUNT STORES, 1.5% FURNITURE/ EQUIP. STORES 1.7% MISC. SPECIALTY RETAIL, 2.4% OIL, 3.3% AUTO RENTAL, 8.2% STORES, 5.8% RADIO TV & STEREO STORES, 2.9% HEALTH CARE, 2.5% South Korean visitors to North Carolina spend a fairly large proportion of their total spending on retail in general (42.9%) and in clothing/jewelry in particular (16.3%). Visitors from South Korea spend a smaller proportion of their total spending lodging in general (19.5%) than European visitors and other Asian visitors. Table 20: South Korean Spending in North Carolina Lodging 19.5% $1.2M -13.9% Restaurants 9.6% $606, % Supermarkets 8.6% $544, % Auto Rental 8.2% $517, % Department Stores 5.8% $368, % Oil 3.3% $205, % Radio TV & Stereo Stores 2.9% $183, % Health Care 2.5% $156, % Miscellaneous Specialty Retail 2.4% $151, % Sub Total 62.8% $4.0M Total 100.0% $12.6M -4.9% Table 21: South Korean Visitor Volume South Korean Visitor Volume ,276 13, % 12, % South Korea was one of only two markets that showed a decrease in visitation to 2010 (but was one of the few that showed an increase the previous year). The country slipped in ranking from 7 th to 10 th in terms of visitor volume.
15 Chart 13: Spending by Merchant Category for the Italian Market in North Carolina LODGING, 30.6% 13.5% JEWELRY STORES, 8.8% OTHER, 12.0% DISCOUNT STORES, 1.3% OIL, 2.1% MISC. SPECIALTY RETAIL, 1.3% HEALTH CARE, 6.0% RADIO TV & STEREO STORES, 2.9% AUTO RENTAL, 11.0% 6.7% BUSINESS TO BUSINESS, 1.2% STORES, 2.6% Italian visitors to North Carolina spend a larger proportion of their total spending on restaurants (13.5%) and auto rental (11.0%) than any other top country of origin. Visitors from Italy spend a smaller proportion of their total spending retail in general (25.7%), particularly in department stores (2.6%). Table 22: Italian Spending in North Carolina Lodging 30.6% $1.7M +16.4% Restaurants 13.5% $729, % Auto Rental 11.0% $592, % Clothing/Jewelry Stores 8.8% $474, % Supermarkets 6.7% $361, % Health Care 6.0% $322, % Radio TV & Stereo Stores 2.9% $158, % Department Stores 2.6% $140, % Oil 2.1% $114, % Sub Total 84.2% $4.5M Total 100.0% $5.4M +7.3% Table 23: Italian Visitor Volume Italian Visitor Volume ,316 11, % 12, % Italy, as a country of origin market, made up nearly all of its loss in visitation in 2010 (+9.2%). Italy ranks 11 th top international country of origin to North Carolina.
16 Chart 14: Spending by Merchant Category for the Swiss Market in North Carolina LODGING, 36.6% AUTO RENTAL, 11.1% 10.3% OTHER, 12.5% SPORTING GOODS 1.2% HEALTH CARE, 1.2% OIL, 1.8% FURNITURE/ MISC. SPECIALTY EQUIP. STORES, RETAIL, 2.4% 1.3% STORES, 3.7% RADIO TV & STEREO STORES, 3.2% 5.0% JEWELRY STORES, 9.7% Swiss visitors to North Carolina spend a large proportion of their total spending on restaurants (13.5%) and auto rental (11.0%). Visitors from Switzerland spend a smaller proportion of their total spending business to business in general (less than 1%) than other countries. As well, they don t spend as much on retail in general as other countries. Table 24: Swiss Spending in North Carolina Lodging 36.6% $1.9M +15.2% Auto Rental 11.1% $586, % Restaurants 9.8% $542, % Clothing/Jewelry Stores 9.7% $509, % Supermarkets 5.0% $262, % Department Stores 3.7% $193, % Radio TV & Stereo Stores 3.2% $166, % Miscellaneous Specialty Retail 2.4% $126, % Sub Total 81.5% $4.3M Total 100.0% $5.3M +21.1% Table 25: Swiss Visitor Volume Swiss Visitor Volume ,686 7, % 8, % Similar to Italy, Switzerland outgrew the decline experienced in 2009 in There has been a twoyear growth of three percent in Swiss visitation to North Carolina.
17 When reporting international numbers, Germany is sometimes referred to as German-speaking Europe. The below tables represent aggregate German, Austrian and Swiss data. Table 26: German Speaking Europe Category Spending % Growth Lodging $7.6M +13.5% Auto Rental $2.8M +21.5% Restaurants $2.5M +10.6% Clothing/Jewelry Stores $3.2M +3.1% Supermarkets $2.3M +5.8% Department Stores $989, % Radio TV & Stereo Stores $681, % Miscellaneous Specialty Retail $597, % Sub Total $20.7M Total $26.1M +7.5% German Speaking Europe Visitor Volume Table 27: German Speaking Europe Visitor Volume ,157 64, % 66, %
18 Notes The data presented in the following report represents conservative projected estimates by the North Carolina Division of Tourism based on assumptions derived from government data, market penetration data and aggregate Visa usage data provided by VisaVue Travel for the period of calendar year Spending data is only representative of what is spent in person in North Carolina. Air transportation and other spending outside the state are not included. The following estimates should not be directly compared to estimates for other states, nor for other particular regions, as international visitors are likely to travel to multiple states on single visits to the US. Doing so would not allow valid comparisons for these visitors to multiple states. VisaVue data is broken down by personal card and commercial card levels. For the purposes of this analysis, commercial and personal data was aggregated. Data in the following report does not include Canadian data. Statistics Canada is the industry accepted method for projecting Canadian visitation. That data can be found on
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