Eva Satkute Stewart is the Global Sector Head for Travel & Tourism at YouGov, a global public opinion and data group, where she is leading product innovation, international partnerships and business development. She has over 14 years’ experience as a business strategist with a passion for bringing market and consumer insights, cutting-edge analytics and consulting services to private and public organisations globally.
Before joining YouGov, Mrs Stewart was a Director at an economic consultancy, Oxford Economics, in charge of growing company’s subsidiaries including Tourism Economics. In this position, she applied her knowledge and experience in market research and analytics to client engagements, brand development, marketing and product development.
Eva holds a BA in Economics & Political Science from Greenwich University, UK and an MSc in International Management from King’s College London
US: Top post-vaccine travel and vacation trends marketers should know
The US accelerated its vaccine administration efforts the last few months and that's brought some positive changes to travel demand in the last few months, especially for domestic tourism and air travel, according to new data from YouGov.27 May 2021
Do people want the option to pay for travel over time?
A new YouGov Direct snap poll conducted in Great Britain reveals 34% of YouGov Direct panellists say they would be interested in being able to purchase a service in the travel category and paying it off over time. A third of Americans also say they would be interested in book now, pay later options for travel purchases.16 Feb 2021
Has COVID-19 affected Brits’ and Americans’ love of travel?
Given the disruption to the travel industry brought on by the pandemic – leading to reductions in the amount of traveling done last year – what has happened to travel interest among Brits and Americans during that time?19 Jan 2021
Three reasons why American wanderlust hints at a recovery
A closer look at travel interest throughout last year shows promising signs for travel recovery – mainly that Americans’ love for travel has not dampened at all compared to 2019 – but YouGov data also points to other reasons to be hopeful for a rebound.12 Jan 2021
Americans eager to travel in 2021
51% of US respondents say they plan to travel for a vacation or business trip next year.30 Nov 2020