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Indexing and full text for periodicals and news sources covering all aspects of business, including business, country economic reports, company profiles, market research reports, industry reports, and SWOT analyses.
In-depth data on a wide variety of travel market trends, including hotels, nightlife, spas, amusement parks, business travel and more. Requires Pulse Secure for off-campus access. Click the "S" icon to the right of the title link to learn more.
This book provides a much-needed introduction to the potential applications of theories of practice in tourism studies. It brings together a variety of approaches exploring how theories of practice bridge themes and fields.
By identifying major emergencies that have occurred in the hotel industry; investigating hotels' preparation for emergencies in the past; and exploring how hotels manage and overcome such emergencies; this book will increase the awareness of emergency managers and scholars on how to read, manage, and overcome the impact of emergencies in the hospitality industry.
Employer Branding (EB) aims to assist businesses in becoming the employer of choice for potential employees, and provides hands-on tools in attracting, developing and retaining people. Employer Branding for the Hospitality and Tourism Industry explores the potential of EB in changing approaches to managing people and improving opinions on careers in the hospitality sector.
Using a combination of theoretical discussion and real-world case studies, this book analyses the use of robotics, artificial intelligence and services automation (RAISA) within the travel, tourism and hospitality industries.
In Selling the Sights, Will B. Mackintosh describes the origins and cultural significance of this new type of traveler and the moment in time when the emerging American market economy began to reshape the availability of geographical knowledge, the material conditions of travel, and the variety of destinations that sought to profit from visitors with money to spend.
Topics covered include developing the client relationship, marketing, financial accountability, risk, interdepartmental communication, onsite procedures and post-event evaluation. This is a fundamental resource for all event management and hospitality students.
Emotional intelligence (EI) is the capability to recognize one's own emotions and those of others. This book has a skills-based approach and explains how emotional intelligence can be developed in tourism and hospitality students and employees.