Pandox’s home market is a densely populated area that is home to nearly 200 million people. It extends from Harstad in the north to Vienna in the south and is one of the world’s economically strongest and most dynamic regions. By combining different markets, types of demand and brands, Pandox can balance out fluctuations in individual markets. This increases resilience and reduces risk.

International cities

Characteristics
• Internationally established destinations
• Hubs for international travel
• Markets with strong purchasing power
• Complete set of demand drivers
• Demand from all guest segments


Examples in Pandox's portfolio

London (which is also a megacity), Amsterdam, Montreal, Brussels, Berlin, Vienna and Dublin.

 

Regional cities

Characteristics
• Growing destinations that are “on the way up”
• Demand is mainly regional
• Elements of international demand
• Various drivers of demand
• Demand from many different guest segments


Examples in Pandox's portfolio

Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, The Hague, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Oslo, Helsinki, Manchester, Birmingham and Basel.

 

Domestic cities

Domestic demand is a key driver
• No or limited international demand
• Fewer commercial drivers
• Greater dependence on the public sector
• Mostly purpose-driven travel


Examples in Pandox's portfolio

Leeds, Sheffield, Gothenburg, Jönköping, Örebro, Jyväskylä, Kuopio, Bergen, Bodø, Dortmund, Mönchengladbach and Wolfsburg.