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    Successes and failures of London as a tourist destination Over the years London has become one of the top visited capitals in the world and that itself is a success. It makes about 15million per annum (Visit London, 2006a). London attracts visitors from every part of the word. It has...
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  • Tourist Destination
    Introduction In this assessment I would be analyzing the main tourist destination and generators of the world in the terms of visitor number and income generation and also be analaysing statistics to determine tourist destination. Development and predict future development will have analyzed expl...
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  • Feasibility of Spain as a Tourist Destination
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  • London as a Tourist Destination
    For my report on a destination in the UK, I have chosen to do London. I chose London because it is the Capital City of England and because of its enormous range attractions to see and things to do such as see the London dungeons to go on the London eye, it attracts hundreds of thousands of people....
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  • Investigating destination attributes, tourist motivation and travel values of the Bengali community in London to Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
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  • A Study of the Factors That Will Increase the Number of Chinese Tourist Visits to South Africa, with a Particular Reference to the Chinese Tourism Industry in Shanghai.
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  • Destination Marketing Madrid
    DESTINATION MARKETING “MADRID: EVOLUTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE TOURISM” Table of contents I. Introduction II. Madrid as a tourist destination: development and evolution III. Tourism as a service: Perishability, intangibility, inseparability and heterogeneity IV. Produc...
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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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  • Destination Management
    DESTINATION What is a Destination? Tourist destination may be understood as the hub of facilities and services designed to meet the needs of the tourists. A tourist destination should be defined in terms of demand by the tourists. The basic components of destination were Three ‘A’s : *...
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  • Tourist Destinations
    HNHM TOURIST DESTINATIONS TABLE OF CONTENTS: TASK 1 Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………..1 a) Compare the appeal of current leading tourist destinations with that of currently developing tourist destinati...
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  • Swot & Pest Analysis on Hotel Industry
    INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW OF HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY Hospitality is considered as a service industry, serving the guests with "feel-good-effect". "Athithi devo bhavha" (Guest is God) has been one of the major trends followed in Indian culture since decades. In India, the guest is treated with utmost warm...
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  • Definition of Tourist/Tourism Essay
    DEFINITION OF TOURIST/TOURISM Throughout the academic and business world there is ongoing debate regarding the insufficient definitions of the terms ‘tourism’ and ‘tourist’. Upon researching this matter I have also come to question the validity of the ‘tourism industry’ and its ability...
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    MACPAC CASE STUDY   Overview               Established in 1973 in Christchurch, New Zealand, Bruce McIntyre, a 19-year-old university drop-out, founded what is yet to be known in the outdoor equipment manufacturing industry – Macpac, that is. McIntyre simply envisioned his goal to...
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  • Urban Metabolism of London
    Introduction to London Greater London, located in the south-east of England, is the top administrative subdivision covering London, England [1]. It has been covering the City of London and all 32 boroughs since 1965 which was when the administrative area was officially created [1]. It is the large...
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  • Lund, Destination Analyssis
    UMEÅ UNIVERSITY Department of Social and Economic Geography Master in Tourism. 2010-12-17 Course: Destination Development and Analysis, 15 ECTS, Assignment 1. Dieter Müller PhD, Professor. Destination Analysis; LUND Javid Abdullayev Con...
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  • Zimbabwe Tourism Branding in Perspective: Can the Undiscovered Tourism Gems Be the Panacea to Destination Competitiveness?
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  • Destination Branding
    Tourism Management 30 (2009) 857–866 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Tourism Management journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/tourman Destination brand positions of a competitive set of near-home destinations Steven Pike* University of Queensland, School of Tourism, Build...
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  • Destination Marketing
    SEMESTER 2 2012 2308HSL Destination Management Research Group Assignment Subject: 2308HSL Destination Management Topic: Australia Course Convener: Ying Wang Tutor Name: Ying Wang Student Name: Lara Bennett s2799452 Illidian s2741471 Word Count: 2123 Words Du...
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  • Destination Marketing - Branding the Destination
    Branding the Destination The tourism industry is a remarkable industry as it has brought positive effects in terms of intercultural exchange as well as economic growth to the tourism destination (UNWTO, 2011). The UNTWO (2007, p1) defines a destination as “the place visited that is central to the...
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  • Tourist Destinations
    Unit 39: Tourists Destinations Unit code: K/601/1748 QCF Level: 4 ------------------------------------------------- student ------------------------------------------------- student Content Page Content Page Contents Page Number 1. Introduction 3 2. Defini...
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