• Tourism in Goa
    have increased significantly for the last decade. The hotel industry is ready for this challenge since Goa still has the unexplored land, where investments can be made for the growing the accommodation area. However, Goa is going through a transition where the type of tourists is changing. The...
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  • Hotel Industry in India
    Hotel Industry In India - Is The Growth Story Intact? Abstract: For the past few years, the boom in India’s hospitality industry has been fuelled by a favourable economic and political situation. India has witnessed a strong GDP growth of around 8 per cent in the past 4 years. A GDP growth of...
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  • Hospitality Industry in India
    sector, infrastructure will improve, competition will increase, new products will come into markets and better services will be provided. Due to the rapid growth in tourism, the hotel industry is also booming. Many international players like Le Meridien and Accor are heading towards Indian markets to...
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  • Express Hotel
    there are many international and national hotel situated all over goa and some of the brands are marriot,raddision,taj, leela, majorda Kenilworth and park hyatt.i have choosen park hyatt goa resort and spa because as because I have done my industrial training from that hotel and I will illustrate my...
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  • Goa Tourism
    Limited (GTDC) Goa Tourism Development Corporation Limited (GTDC) was set up on 30th March, 1982 to look after the commercial activities of the Government in the service industry of tourism in the state. The liabilities of the Government in the form of accommodation (hotels), vehicles, tours...
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  • Gap Analysis of the Goa Ice Cream Market.
    Gap analysis of the Goa ice cream market. A BRIEF HISTORY OF ICE CREAM BUSINESS IN GOA HOME Ice creams have been consumed in Goa in the form of deserts as early as the late sixties. The market was then limited to the urban rich. Popular restaurants and hotels made their own ice...
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  • Staff Turnover in Hotel Industry
    no experience in the hotel industry and want to learn more from the training provided by the hotel, gain few years of experience and move on to another hotel in a few year time(The Economic Times, 2006). At Park Hyatt Resort & Spa, Goa, there is a high rate of staff turnover and it has become a...
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  • Tourism
    the people and the land are treated. Why cannot we do something so that all the four stars and five stars hotels will not betray their motherland? They do this when the four stars and five stars hotels rob our beaches and make it a private property. The future of Goa will be bright if tourism...
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  • Increasing Crimes/Sucides Among Youths
    Princely States of Rajasthan and the first resort complexes in Goa; in the 90s they brought business hotels to major Indian cities and today, with their Ginger Hotels mid-range proposition, they have their eyes trained on the Indian middle class pilgrimage market. But spiritual tourism, of course, is...
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  • tourism
    Tourism in Goa The state of Goa, India, is famous for its beaches and places of worship, and tourism is its primary industry. Tourism is generally focused on the coastal areas of Goa, with decreased tourist activity inland. Foreign tourists, mostly from Europe, arrive in Goa in winter whilst the...
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  • Research Proposal
    its branch in the state, at Calangute. Thus, tourism helped in the development of Goa with industries and star hotels building their empire in region of the country. The eighties witnessed involvement and development of the state to meet the demands of the guests. With the opening of the economy...
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  • Everyone
    workers, in addition to the loss of potential economic benefits. Considering that the tourism industry is seasonal it inevitably results in underemployment, unemployment and social unrest. Employment in the hotel industry has its own patterns. According to the hotel industry's own calculations...
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  • Hvs - Hotel Room Supply, Capital Investment and Manpower Requirement by 2021
    Goa as an example. This data has been compiled from the Indian Hotel Industry Survey 2010/11 report by HVS and FHRAI. TABLE 2-6 GOA WEEKLY AND MONTHLY SEASONALITY Goa Average Daily Occupancy 2010/11 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 67.2% 68.4% 68.4% 77.5% 86.6% 86.0...
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  • Hospitality Industry
    ministry and are now awaiting construction. The hotel industry in South India is poised for a boom, according to M P Purushothaman, the president of the South India Hotels & Restaurants Association, who stated that proposals had been made to launch 51 new hotels in this region, including four...
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  • Analysis Taj Hotel
    - Executive Director – Finance Abhijit Mukerji - Executive Director – Hotel Operations Deepa Harris - Senior Vice President – Sales & Marketing 3 Outline of Presentation Industry Trends New Inventory Sales & Marketing Initiatives Financial Results 4 Industry Trends 5...
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  • Tfci
    • Nehru Place Hotels Ltd., New Delhi • EIH Limited, Delhi • Asian Hotels Ltd. (Owners of Hyatt Regency, New Delhi) • Amir Parks and Amusement Pvt. Ltd., Bombay • C. J. International Ltd. (Owners of Le Meridien, New Delhi) • Fomento Hotels & Resorts Ltd. (Owners of Cidade De Goa, Goa...
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  • Water House
    food, coffee-based products, and entertainment to the thousands of residents and hotel visitors located within a five-mile radius. In time, The Watertower will establish itself as a "destination" of choice to the many residents of the GOA metropolitan area, as well as numerous out-of-town visitors...
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  • Hilton Hotel Corporation to India
    was promising for future investment of international companies. Indeed, at that time Mr. Salgaocar, the owner of the hotel said: “that thanks to the attractive tax holidays in Goa, there were plenty of business opportunities, and pharmaceuticals, electronics, food processing and software industries...
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  • Hotel Industry in India
    Major Players in the Hotel Industry The Indian Hotels Company The Indian Hotels Company and its subsidiaries are collectively known as Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces, recognised as one of Asia's largest and finest hotel company. Incorporated by the founder of the Tata Group, Jamsetji N Tata, the...
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  • A Study on Guest Touch Point at the Front Office - Vivanta
    express our sincere thanks to everyone who made this project – and experience – possible. During the project, we did not only learn a lot about the hospitality industry – in particular the 5-star resorts in Goa, India – and how to work in an international team consisting of people with very different...
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