2 edition of Developing and marketing crafts tourism found in the catalog.
Developing and marketing crafts tourism
|Statement||edited by Greg Richards.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||119|
within a business framework and marketing management process; presents case studies and examples of managing IP assets in marketing from the craft and visual arts sectors in developing countries; includes bibliographical references (pages –). Subject descriptors: Works of Art, Crafts, Intellectual Property. The following general steps are taken for tourism product development − Research the Market. At this step, the tourism marketing force conducts research on the current market to identify the opportunities. In includes economy, study of various market segments and their varied requirements, past market data, and current market and tourism trends.
This is a bibliography of works related the subject of tourism. Tourism is travel for recreational, leisure or business purposes. The World Tourism Organization defines tourists as people "traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes". TOURISM PLANNING APPROACHES 1. BOOSTERISM Underlying assumptions and related attitudes tourism is inherently good tourism should be developed cultural and natural resources should be exploited industry as expert development defined in business/ corporate terms Definition of the tourism .
The Directorate of Sustainable Tourism (DST) and the Directorate of Trade, Development and External Economic Relations (DTDEER) of the ACS are leading a Regional multi-dimensional project that seeks to address these limitations and bridge the gaps in the contribution of tourism to local economics. economic role of crafts in general and in particular, for the recognition of the added value of crafts in tourism development. It was indeed very appropriate that UNWTO‟s first conference with this theme was held in the Islamic Republic of Iran. The country has one of the richest, oldest and most diverse handcraft traditions in the Size: KB.
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