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This book focuses on cultural tourism as it develops into the second decade of the new millennium. It presents recent hospitality and tourism research findings from various sources, including academic researchers and scholars, industry professionals, government and quasi-government officials, and other key industry practitioners. It discusses the latest tourism industry trends and identifies gaps in the research from a pragmatic and applied perspective. It includes specific chapters on innovation in tourism, the virtual visitor, cross-cultural visions of digital collections, heritage and museum management in the digital era, cultural and digital tourism policy, marketing and governance, social media, emerging technologies and e-tourism and many other topics of contemporary significance in global hospitality and tourism. The book is edited in collaboration with the International Association of Cultural and Digital Tourism (IACuDiT) and includes the proceedings of the Second International Conference on Cultural and Digital Tourism.
Springer, 2018-03-17
This book covers the entire spectrum of cultural and digital tourism and presents the latest findings, examples and cases, highlighting innovations for the tourism industry from both an academic and a practical point of view. The book invites readers to discover ongoing developments and recent trends in fields like heritage and museum management; sports tourism; tourism economics and policy; e-marketing and e-business; and many other fields, making it of value to researchers in tourism management, practitioners and policymakers alike. The book was edited in collaboration with the International Association of Cultural and Digital Tourism - IACuDiT - and includes the proceedings of the First International Conference on Cultural and Digital Tourism.
Springer, 2015-04-30
A marketing book for travel professionals, Leisure Travel focuses primarily on the psychology of travelwhy people travel and why they don't, and how to reach and motivate them more effectively. This book emphasizes that to get a greater market share, the travel professional must understand the motivations, thoughts, and lifestyles of their important market segments; thereby ensuring that advertising and promotional dollars for their programs hit their intended targets. A sweeping perspective of the leisure travel industry, this book explains, through examples and real case scenarios, how to provide the best travel products targeted to the right audience, and with the best marketing messages. For managers and executives of marketing and directors of planning at travel supplier companies (airlines, hotel chains, individual hotels, rental car companies, and cruise lines); owners and managers of travel agencies and travel agency conglomerates; and owners, managers, and executives at tour companies and travel packages.
Pearson, 2003-07-29