The government have an economic policy where they fund projects such as the Olympics to increase tourist arrivals and how much each person spends. The government also gives funding and grants to aid development such as Princes’ Trust which help young entrepreneurs to start business and give them training by doing this it increases chance of having a successful job and career. There are other policies that can affect travel and tourism can be visa immigration, investments (tax breaks), finance for training to develop and raise skill levels in key sector areas, possible airport taxes, infrastructure expansion and preparation to minimalize any undesirable impacts tourism can have .These indirect influences can bring a negative effect such as labour factors; people being paid a poor wage and producing poverty making people sell sex. Through people selling sex it may cause more health hazards and disease. There are behavioural factors; where tourists go away and act wrongly to how they would act from home.
Intro Migration is extremely important for multiple different reasons, and many countries rely on it to flourish. Migration is important for both economic and social reasons. One of the economic reasons that migration is important is because a country's wealth relies on this migration of people. Through migration services and multiple goods for the country are provided. A lot of migrates hold up our economy, therefore without it the countries could break into chaos.
The positives suggested can only be witnessed where tourism benefits the hosts, who consequently embraces the growth of the industry. However, in certain communities, tourism has come with a burden making the hosts hostile. For instance, some countries are congested due to frequent tourism activities. In these destinations, tourism-related activities cause resentment and infuriation among the host communities, which leads to problems that derail the developments in the industry. Therefore, for tourism to merit its “hospitality” name, it must consider the social and cultural influences it has on the host
Migrant workers are people who leaves their hometowns to live and work in other cities or countries. Everydays, there are people move from one place to another, it may because of wanting to change a working condition, to break away from unemployment, or to find new opportunities for self-development. Someone may against that they bring a lot of negative impact on the places they moved to live and work, but in my opinion, whenever in economic, cultural and social aspect, they bring much more advantages to those places. First, the diaspora makes positive impacts on the economy of a country. In the view of economy, when there are more people are looking for a job, which means the demand of jobs increased, a lower wages can be resulted, so that the country can be benefited by getting more and cheaper labour force, which would help increase the productivity of the country, the competitiveness of it increased.
As the competition is immense and customers always demand more, there need to be innovations that can really meet the requirements and replace the old one. Disruptive innovation can be considered as the momentum driving the hospitality industry to come forward and become better and better. Disruptive innovation is the result of creative thinking. Creative thinker may invent new services and products in the hospitality industry that really address customers’ needs. At first these products and services may not get the attention but over time, the usefulness and availability will catch the eye of some customers then spread to the many customers and the whole industry.
as well as those of a psychological nature (motivations, values, personality, lifestyle, etc.). Those personal factors affect the individual’s cognitive organization or evaluations of stimuli and therefore also influence the perceptions of the environment and the resulting image. Demographic variables also strongly influence the image tourists have of tourist destinations (Firmino, Santos & Carneiro, 2006). Beerli & Martín (2004) report that motivation, socio-demographic variables and experience are important factors for forming the image of a tourist destination. Age affects cognitive perception more, and as people get older, the probability to perceive destinations positively increases.
Decision making processes of potential tourists and level of satisfaction regarding tourists experience are greatly affected by the tourist’s destination image therefore tourist’s destination images plays a significant role. Aaker suggested in his article that in the tourist destination choice process, the image of destination area is critical factor. In tourism the mere extension of the image in the mind of tourist is more important than true representation of the image of any given location or region. Aaker stated in his article that the image perception can largely be inaccurate about a foreign and its people. However, as action proceeds on the basis of subjective reality therefore, probing destination image is an immensely important exercise.
• Current growth rate of tourism presents an opportunity for ourselves which we may take advantage of. This is further supported by the current marketing campaigns by both the government and regional tourism body. • Presently there is no reliable public transportation company to take tourists to areas of interest. • International tourism trends indicate that today 's traveler wants a more enriching experience than that provided by conventional 'sun and sea ' vacations. THREATS The present growth in the tourism sector may result in an increasing number of firms entering the market.
The tourist spent is thereby used for expansion and growth of businesses, hence the growth of the local economy. In trying to explain the impacts of tourism in economic terms, Kreag (2001:6) highlighted positive and negative impacts. According to Kreag (2001:6) tourism increases employment opportunities, although it is argued that most of these jobs are low paying and seasonal. Swarbrooke (2002:25) is also of the vie w that most tourism jobs are part-time due to the seasonality nature of the industry. This necessitate for effective planning to promote tourism during the low season.
Tourism is a catalyst for social and economic development. Well-planned tourism leads to benefits for the country. If tourism development is planned unprofessionally, the country will invest in tourism more than income from it. In order that the tourism industry to become profitable, it needs to organize the production and sale of high-quality tourist products and services based on the needs of