While the current economy hasn’t fully recovered yet from the crisis that broke out in the late of 2007, the timeshare industry is still affected resulting in low sales. Added to this, there are also many current owners who are trying to get out of their timeshare contracts. This may mean that most of these owners are dissatisfied with their timeshare units. With these, the timeshare companies must look for innovative ways to attract consumers. In Sweden, new tourist resorts and attractions were opened in a bid to entice European tourists, including timeshare owners.
According to VisitSweden's report, there will be a range of new restaurants and attractions opening up all over Sweden in addition to new city breaks. This includes the opening of Fotografiska, a photography museum in Stockholm, and the Stockholm Skyview, which is the largest spherical building in the world. VisitSweden pointed out that there will be something for everyone this winter. The said report was launched as part of the World Travel Market held in London this week which also features exhibitions from a number of different countries across the world.
On the other hand, Sweden is considered a popular travel destination for many European travellers and recent figures released by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office reveal that from the UK alone, more than half a million holidaymakers visit Sweden each year.
Nowadays, people tend to be more cautious of their spending. For the timeshare consumers, it’s not a question of whether they still like the idea of timesharing. It’s a matter of how the costs are worthy of those timeshares. While there are many owners who are getting rid of their timeshares and some even hire a timeshare transfer company such as the Transfer Smart, it’s not impossible to invite timeshare consumers if there are new attractions and innovative ways that they could benefit from it.