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    The Influence of TripAdvisor Consumer-Generated Travel Reviews on Hotel Performance Pasi Tuominen University of Hertfordshire Business School Working Paper (2011) University of Hertfordshire Business School Working Papers are available for download from https://uhra.herts.ac.uk/dspace/handle/2299/5549 ...
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  • A Study on Turism of Bangladesh
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  • Turnover Intention in Hotel Sector
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  • Report
    The Decline of Hotel Industry in Pakistan The hotel industry with its charming and lively environment is apparently flourishing but the reality negates the fact and depicts the other side of the story .Pakistan hotels association and the govt. keeps trading accusation. Identification of problem: ...
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  • Business Proposal
    Proposal study: Travel and tourism industry in the Nepal Aim: The main aim of our research is to find out how the tourism sector has helped to promote our business industry in Nepal. As we know tourism is the one of the largest industry to support the economy of the country after agriculture. Abstract:...
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  • Sustainable Tourism Development: Its Impact to the Local Government of Tarlac
    University CDCEC - Tarlac SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT: ITS IMPACT TO THE ECONOMY OF TARLAC CITY Submitted to: Serwin Tolenada Instructor Submitted by: Ma. Ever S. Ignacio BS - Tourism Chapter I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction Tourism is known as one of the major contributors...
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  • The How and Who of Formulating Strategies
    Proposal “The how and who of formulating strategies related to the Hospitality Industry”. Module: Strategic Hospitality Management 11/12/2012 Table of Contents Introduction4 Problem Description5 Chapter 1 Introduction * Literature review 6 * Conceptual model9 * Problem Statement...
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  • Sustainability in Houpitality Education
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  • The Potential Role of Large Tour Operators for the Implementation of Sustainable Supply Chain Management in the Tourism Industry
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  • The Impact of Environmental Tourismindustry in Claveria Cagayan
    Background of the study Tourism is one of the most diverse, exciting, challenging and important in any part of the world. It offers career opportunities that are dynamic. It also work with travel agent, tour operators, airlines, cruise lines, government tourism, commission regional tourism, associations, hotel...
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  • impact of tourism on traditional culture of namo buddha
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    CHAPTER 2: Literature review 2.1 INTRODUCTION: Tourism has now grown to such dimensions and significance that it has become the largest industry in the world. This future industry needs focus on many dimensions such as promoting the industry, developing newness in the industry and improving the...
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  • Culinary Retreat: the Center for Food and Culture
    administrators and managers in all areas including hotels, foodservice, food manufactures, catering, food media as well as other hospitality and tourism- related fields. By developing culinary art profession in the job market, it will also encourage Malaysian’s youths to join this new rebranding profession...
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  • Motivation in Hospitality
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  • Filipino Culinary and Tourism Hospitality
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    Reasons for High Labour Turnover in the Hospitality Industry   1.0  Aim and Introduction Manpower is instrumental for the service industry and that manpower shortage would be the biggest challenge to tourism and hospitality industry compounded by the issue of staff retention and job...
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  • Popular Tourist Attractions in Male'
    FACULTY OF HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM STUDIES MALDIVES NATIONAL UNIVERSITY INTRODUCTION “Popular Tourist Attractions in Male’,” has been selected for this research due to various factors of its importance to the tourism industry of the Maldives. Tourism industry has been successfully functioning...
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