Group members: Besnik Vrellaku (BV28), Bolortuya Ariunbold (BA211), Chevernee Steers (CS487), Richard
Debra (RD269), Adesoji Ajimobi (AA577) and Meera Pattni (MP431)
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Show what would happen in a local labour market for mechanics, if new
models of cars required fewer repairs on average.
Supply of labour, is the total supply of work
Trans-national tourism corporations are easy targets for criticism in
some Less Developed Countries. Critically discuss the main advantages
and disadvantages for the host country in having tourism TNCs
The concept of transnational tourism
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What is evaluation?
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conclusions on the basis of the evidence that you have in front of you and the
wider knowledge you can b
Trans-national tourism corporations are easy targets for criticism in some Less
Developed Countries. Critically discuss the main advantages and
disadvantages for the host country in having tourism TNCs operating there.
1. Define: trans-national
State Aid Modernisation (SAM)
On 8 May 2012, the Commission set out an ambitious State aid reform programme in the
Communication on State aid modernisation.
The modernisation has three main, closely linked objectives:
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TOURISM CASE STUDIES: Some key facts for revision 1
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territory, near the dividing line with the
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The company's mission statement from the outset was "to organize the world's
information and make it universally accessible and useful"
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Product- that can be offered to a market for attentions, acquisition, use of consumption, that
may satisfy a want or need.
A service e.g a car wash
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Chapter 11 Capacity planning and control
Providing the capability to satisfy current and future demand is fundamental
Meeting capacity and demand will lead to satisfying consumer needs better.
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The aim of marketing is to make selling superfluous, Drucker(1974)
Key strategic challenges
1. Power shift to customers, better access to price and product information.
2. Massive increase in product selection, up in competition and down in barriers to
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Peroni brewery is a brewing company, also know as premium lager nastro azzurro.
Its brand image try to perceive itself as trending and fashionable, Italian label. It
positioning audit is targeti
Dealing with price
Price is what the customer are able and willing to pay to enjoy the value of the vendors
Influence on pricing decisions
- Organisational objectives
- Marketing objectives
- Strategic objectives
- Financial objectives - cost
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charter institude of marketing marketing is the management function which organises &
directing all business activity involved in assessing & con
Measuring demand and capacity
Forecasting demand fluctuations
- Forecasting is a key input to capacity planning and control.
- It is expressed in terms which are useful for capacity planning and control, expressed
only in money terms but give no indicatio
Managing new product development
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Continuous innovation, regular innovation, no new customer behaviour required e.g.
washing powder, or tooth paste.
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