Cross cultural knowledge can be really useful in the tourism industry for both the host as well as the visitors. Since tourism contributes a lot to the economic growth, cross cultural study in turn contributes to the economic growth of the country. The theory helped in identifying the incidents which could have been used positively if cross cultural skills would have been
The tourism growth globally paced with lots of opportunities and new options for today’s traveler especially on recreation and entertainment when it comes to expenditures. Traveling from one place to the other, exploring various destinations, exceeding the extremes, trying foreign delicacies and engaging oneself to different cultures. These are just some of the things that travelers would like to attain when they are traveling to different places or countries. The growing influence of tourism to the economy has been accompanied by an increased interest in understanding the factors which influence tourist
In this research the researcher is taking into consideration Shopping aspect of the tourism industry. In the Middle East region after Dubai, Oman is now developing and trying to become popular shopping destination. Shopping is known as one of the most attractive activities anywhere around the world. Retail sector in accordance with Government of Oman has established various shopping events including Oman shopping festival, Oman summer surprises and many more to lure tourists. Shopping has been acknowledged to be a common tourist activity and a motivation for travel, especially in the case of cross-border trips.
1.2 Vision: The vision for Omtenashi Japan is to be the welcoming face of Japan. The company aspires to give more innovative dimensions to the Japan tourism industry and to provide exceptional and never had before experiences to tourists. 1.3 Objectives: The objective of the venture is to develop strong Business to Business to Consumer (B2B2C) relationships and to introduce innovative tour plans in order to position itself as a business with well differentiated product and with a unique selling point. The overall idea is to create more innovative dimensions within the tourism business. This will be done by exploring new places within and new forms of entertainment within the country that are generally overlooked by others.
For developing countries, the tourism industry has an enormous contribution to the GDP, creation of jobs, exports, and creating new ventures. The key elements, however which are drivers to the growth of the industry are: Technology: There is a significant growth in the mode of reservations being done with the most significant change coming through the mode of mobility. Marketing and sales need to be aligned to be mobile friendly and provide a seamless user experience across all mediums. Other major technologies which are expected to play a major role in the near future are upcoming technologies like Internet of Things (IoT) and Wearables. Tailored packages: Travelers are constantly looking for customized or personalized packages, or offer beyond the traditional offerings.
___________________________________________________________________________ SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT SEMESTER II, 2015/2016 AMP 352/4 INTERNET MARKETING Lecturer : Dr Malliga A/P Marimuthu Name : Willian Leong Matric : 119956 Industry : Tourism 1.0 Introduction Tourism is defined as the activity of traveling for pleasure. It has become an important sector that has an impact on development of country economy. Tourism industry is inseparable from businesses such as travel services, food, accommodation, transportation and recreation and entertainment. Thus, when the industry thrives, it brings the benefits of income creation and generation of jobs. Therefore, many countries are trying hard to market themselves in order to attract visitors.
Video 1 and 2 on Key Concepts about Tourism What is tourism? Tourism is a business of providing tourists services to tourists. Tourism can be providing tours, such as bus tour in London, or providing services like accommodation, galleries or museum. Tourism is not focused on organizing holiday, it’s rather on organization of the things that the people enjoys holiday. What are the different types of tourism?
Then we have the individual mass tourist, this tourist is almost the same as the first one, but this tourist will be more flexible and will change the package because they have a personal choice (Cooper, 1993). This type of tourist may go to a bungalow park or camping, this are planned in advance but once they get there they want to do their own thing. Third we have the explorer, this tourist will organise their trip alone and will go out of his/her comfort zone, but will also go back in it when things get rough (Cooper, 1993). The destination they will
THREATS The present growth in the tourism sector may result in an increasing number of firms entering the market. This may led to increased competition emerging from a variety of given sources including: • Established travel agencies, hotels and lodges may look at the development of new lines and vertically integrate transportation so as to provide additional services to clients. • New marketing strategies and tactics by established companies aimed at providing excursions of our intended nature. • Existing competition. • Other start-up travel companies generated by healthy nationwide economic and tourism growth.
Abstract This economic journal expresses how the Indian economy is being benefitted by the tourism sector, and how the tourism ministry in India is encouraging more international and domestic travel by launching campaigns worldwide like “Incredible India” and domestic campaigns like “athithi devo bhava”. Introduction Tourism has emerged as the world’s major social phenomenon of societies which is driven by the urge of humans to explore more, understand more, learn more and experience more. In today’s date tourism is the leisure activity of the masses, with people travelling to domestic and international destinations to get rid of the flatness of life. Tourism has played quiet an important role in the development of many countries with sizeable economic benefits and