After the second World War, mass tourism increased substantially. Its first real boom, mainly experienced by the western countries, was related to the economic development of society and to the increase in number of tourism services and recreational opportunities. Throughout the years, tourism has impacted positively on the world economy and on the countries’ national balance of payments. As estimated in Francisco Vellas’ economic analysis, today world tourism represents over 45% of tourism 's total contribution to GDP (Vellas 6). In addition, the tourism industry accounts for the creation of new jobs, especially for young people.
Nowadays hospitality and tourism industry is one of the main industry in this world. A lot of people need a place to escape from their routines or even just to stay overnight as they having a business trip to other places. We call these people as customer or guest. Human mobility from one place to another , both in the country and from and abroad is very high. Human mobility is not only related to business activities but also recretional activities.To be sucessful in this industry we need a lot of and loyal customers.
Work was a major pulling factor, in the early 1900s, when America was still growing, jobs became rapidly available and many immigrants used this as an opportunity to come and start a new life. However promising America seemed, it was definitely a strenuous journey for most as they were forced to travel by boat with lots of other immigrants for extended periods of time, all with the same goal
Almost half of all international visitors are casual. The rise of tourism, the growth of leisure tourism and the change of living standards have led to the development of the luxury hotel market in Chile. (Nieddu, M.et al.2010) Therefore, the establishment of luxury hotels in Chile is a very strategic approach. The hotel's targeted market segments: leisure and business. Geographically, the market is targeted segment: Santiago, Vina del Mar, Easter Island, Arica, Osorno, Valparaiso, San Pedro de Atacama, Torres del Paine.
In the past, Malaysian only travelled for other purposes than leisure. As time go by, the mind-set of Malaysian have changed, they started to realise the value of leisure tourism. During school holidays, long weekend and public holidays, Malaysian will choose to travel domestically in all around the country. Sometimes, on the weekend, they might want a short getaway from the usual place, it is suitable to travel for two days one night or one day trip in Malaysia. Even though it doesn't bring valuable foreign currency into the country, but it does offer many of the other advantages of inbound tourism.
Overview Hospitality means kindness to everyone, and make an environment of home away from home. It is the pure relation between the guest and host. The field work include the management of hotels, restaurants & other tourist attractions comprising of the hospitality industry facets of hospitality management includes – TOURISM MANAGEMENT, HOTEL MANAGEMENT, EVENT MANAGEMENT, RESORT MANAGEMENT, etc.. Introduction Evolved to be the fastest growing sector, today. It is a multi-billion dollar enterprise. Provide a huge network of business also increases employability.
Potential Trends and Developments in Hospitality Industry The hospitality industry is part of a huge group of companies known as travel and tourism industry, which provides the necessary or desirable goods and services to travelers. As population and globalization is increasing the more hospitality industry is growing bigger. Now everybody short in time so trends are changing accordingly. Every organisation is trying to:- Shortening of booking times Decrease of the customers’ average stay
Today’s techonology allows millennials to advantage of travels deals. Such as, the Delta Gitch of 2014 incidents allowed people to book a round trip flight from North America to Asia for less than $500. This deal was shared through social media and within hours the flights were sold out. According to Fung millennials are more spontaneous than other generation “ No longer do we plan as far ahead for travel as compared to the Baby Boomers. If we see a deal, we jump on it.” Millennials would rather see the world than spend money on materialistic items such as latest Mac laptop.
The majority of students who have older family members didn’t have to experience the struggle that students have to face when it comes to tuition prices today. Just five years ago tuition prices were much more affordable than they are now, some prices have gone up 21%. In other countries prices for a higher education are much more reasonable and in some cases even free. College tuition prices need to go back to the way they once were or else colleges everywhere and even the economy could suffer in the future.