• Tourism in Dubai: Overcoming Barriers
    INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TOURISM RESEARCH Int. J. Tourism Res. 8, 87–99 (2006) Published online in Wiley InterScience (www.interscience.wiley.com) DOI: 10.1002/jtr.557 Tourism in Dubai: Overcoming Barriers to Destination Development Joan C. Henderson* Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technolog
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  • Global Tourism and Technology Sectors, Swot Analysis
        GLOBAL SWOT ANALYSIS A report produced for   TOUREG Project, Deliverable D.2.1   by the Department of Tourism Management of the   Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, Greece  and the Technical University of Crete, Greece   
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  • The Impact of Tourism in Dubai
    INTRODUCTION: Tourism is no more an occasional past-time for wealthy and adventurous people. Nowadays, everyone is participating in the tourism industry, may it be a catering company, a hotel or an entertainment business. In fact, tourism has an impressive impact on its host country’s economy
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  • Tourism in Middle East
    GEOGRAPHICAL FACTS ABOUT THE MIDDLE EAST: Middle East is one of the smallest regions in the world and has an area of 2,780,000 square miles and a population of 366 million as of the year 2004 (www.ce.byu.edu). The countries of this region lie towards the South-West of Asia and towards the North-Ea
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  • Spyker Goes Dubai
    Spyker goes Dubai Index 1. Executive Summary 3 2. SpYKER 3 2.1 Venture Analysis 4 2.2 Vision 5 2.3 Mission 5 2.4 Strategies 5 3. Analysis on three different levels 6 3.1 Micro 6 3.1.1 Financial 6 3.1.2 Organisation 6 3.1.3 Economical 7 3.1.4 Technol
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  • The Importance of International Business and Exporting for Smes: Challenges of Dubai Companies That Want to Export Their Products to the Uk
    TABLE OF CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT…………………………………………………………..2 ABSTRACT………………………………………………………………………...3 Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION ……………………….....................7-11 1.1 PROPOSED T
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  • Bmw Swot
    SWOT ANALYSIS STRENGTHS • Indigenous entrepreneurial spirit, small business base and work ethic • Good industrial relations • Strategic location of County • Diverse tradition of Arts, Heritage and Culture • Strong literary tradition • Vibrant community and voluntary sectors involv
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  • Tourism Management
    1. Introduction: The purpose of this report is to discuss the impact that crises have upon tourism destination areas. This report analyses the influence that the exposure of the crisis can have on the area and describes methods in which management can implement to overcome the situation. The repo
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  • Case Study (Including Swot) Southwest Airlines
    HISTORY Southwest Airlines was originally founded as Air Southwest Company in 1967 by Rollin W. King and Herbert D. Kelleher. The company incorporated as Southwest Airlines in Texas, and began customer service on June 18, 1971. The airline was started with a simple idea: if you get your passenger
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  • Offshore in Dubai
    Why Offshore In Dubai? Individuals and companies go offshore for a wide variety of reasons: • Reduce or eliminate tax • Protect and grow wealth • Enhance privacy • Avoid unnecessarily intrusive bureaucracy Offshore structures are used for a variety of purposes with the above nam
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  • Swot and Market
    Introduction Take a few moments, close your eyes, relax and picture yourself sitting by beautiful Olympic sized pool overlooking the rugged terrain of the McDowell Mountains in Scottsdale, Arizona. This could all become a reality within a few years after the new "Sands of Time Resort" is complet
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  • Pest Analysis for a Company in the Tourism Industry :
    PEST Analysis for a Company in the Tourism Industry The Tourism industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. The World Travel and Tourism Council estimates that in 2004 Travel and tourism is expected to generate * US$ 5,490.4 billion of economic activity * 10.4% of
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  • Swot Air China
    The airline industry has undergone significant restructuring in recent years. Airlines, formerly rivals in a highly regulated industry, have become opportunistic seekers of co-operation. In today's world, mega-carriers and small airlines are working together rather than competing with one another.
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  • Swot of Ocean Park
    SWOT Analysis Strengths Ocean Park is one of the icons of Hong Kong, popular with locals and tourists as well, with over 53% of the total visitation made by guests from China or overseas. The Park ranked the world's seventh most popular amusement park. Its first theme park in Hong Kong with 30
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  • Dubai
    DUBAI ECONOMIC OVERVIEW Unlike the other emirates in the UAE(United Arab Emirates), Dubai does not only rely on oil for it’s income. Oil revenues make up just 6% of Dubai’s gross national product. Dubai has relied on, as well as built up its importance as a port and trade centre. Today, Duba
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  • Travel and Tourism
    Running Head: TRAVEL AND TOURISM Travel and Tourism [Name of the writer] [Name of the institution] Abstract This study aims tо explore thе motivations fоr tourists' choice оf diverse tourism environments іn а Third 'World country, Nigeria. Results obtained from а questionnaire surve
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  • Tourism Economics
    Tourism Leakages through Imports and Expatriate Welfare ____________________________________________________________ _______ Abstract Tourism is undoubtedly one of the largest and growing industries in Fiji. It creates employment, brings about economic growth and development and earns a signific
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  • Medical Tourism of Malaysia in Shanghai
    1. Executive Summary Prime Beauty International Medical Centre (PBIMC) is exploring on feasibility to extend its wing in Shanghai, the leading city in economic performance, foreign trade growth and infrastructure development. The objective of this strategic marketing plan is to boost PBIMC’
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  • Competitive Benchmarking of Tourism Destination Websites
    COMPETITIVE BENCHMARKING of TOURISM DESTINATION WEBSITES: DUBAI CASE STUDY Morag I. Stewart The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management Dubai, UAE morag.stewart@emiratesacademy.edu Methini Ramasamy Jumeirah Group Dubai, UAE methini.ramasamy@jumeirah.com ABSTRACT This paper prese
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  • Medical Tourism
    Medical Tourism / Global Medicine Business In Egypt Dr. Samir Arafeh – www.ieSEAM.com - Tel: 310.909-8698 (USA) - E-Mail: SamA@ieSEAM.com Medical Tourism – An Emerging International Business “In 2005, an estimated 500,000 Americans journeyed overseas for medical care. Medical tourism is
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