Case Study in depth investigation of a single person or group Correlation

Case study in depth investigation of a single person

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Case Study: in-depth investigation of a single person or group Correlation: precise measurement of two variables Interviews: no set questions, raise whatever topics he/she feels are relevant and ask them in their own way Questionnaire: written interview, face to face, phone Observations: pretends to be an ordinary member of the group Pilot study: an initial run-through of the procedures to be used in an investigation
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Identifying Business Opportunities Small businesses create jobs and incomes that are important to the economic vitality of smaller communities. Communities may help local businesses expand and encourage individuals to develop new tourism services. What services we have? What do we need? WS 9.1 Identify Business Opporutnities
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Encouraging Entrepreneurs Small businesses are an important part of the tourism industry Attractions draw people to the community Local businesses drives jobs and income WS 9.2 help identify which businesses the community may need as tourism develops Provides diversification opportunity Diversification increases the number of tourism products
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Encouraging Entrepreneurs Ideas for developing and evaluating individual tourism business concepts: Observe other tourism businesses in other communities Information from trade association on markets and business opportunities Internships from local business owners Check with suppliers to see goods to sell W S 9.3 Evaluation of a the business Idea Identify key components of a successful business Develop a business plan
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Business Plans Purpose: A document describes a business, Product/service, the market it serves, operations and financing
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  • Spring '14
  • PERSIA,M
  • Business, Small business Administration, tourism Economic development, Tourism Statistics,  WS

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