Market and Investor Research
The Halifax Area Advertising Authority (dba the Daytona Beach Area Convention & Visitors Bureau) gathers a wealth of data related to economic impact, competitive market analysis, interpretation of national and regional research studies, and special reports on unique situations affecting tourism in the Daytona Beach area. This important data helps to steer and measure destination marketing campaigns for ongoing success.
The Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce compiles timely economic development information, perfect for assisting new businesses and investors to choose this amazing destination.
Volusia County Economic Development provides information about additional local business support and resources here: Find Help For Your Business
Please explore these resources, and reach out to us with questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (386) 255-0415. We welcome your input, and your investment in this area!
Economic Impact of Tourism on Volusia County (produced annually by Mid-Florida Marketing & Research, publishes in May)
2021 Estimated Economic Impact of Tourism on Volusia County
2020 Estimated Economic Impact of Tourism on Volusia County
2019 Estimated Economic Impact of Tourism on Volusia County
2018 Estimated Economic Impact of Tourism on Volusia County
2017 Estimated Economic Impact of Tourism on Volusia County
Bed Tax (CDT) / Occupancy (OCC) / Average Daily Rate (ADR) / Revenue Per Available Room (RevPar)
(published monthly after collected Convention Development Tax revenues are received)
2022 CDT / OCC / ADR / RevPar
2021 CDT / OCC / ADR / RevPar
January 2021 Summary - February 2021 Summary - March 2021 Summary - April 2021 Summary - May 2021 Summary - June 2021 Summary - July 2021 Summary - August 2021 Summary - September 2021 Summary - October 2021 Summary - November 2021 Summary - December 2021 Summary
2020 OCC/ADR Reports
2019 OCC/ADR Reports
2021 Visitor Profiles
2019 Visitor Profiles
2018 OCC/ADR Reports
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