Tourism industry and
HOSPITALITY TRAVEL AND TOURISM
A SERVICE MARKETING PERSPECTIVE
Marketing in tourism and
As the production and consumption experiences are
inseparable, it is impossible to sample a tourism service
RAINBOW OF SERVICE MARKETING
The tourism product differs from other products due to the wide
range it covers
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Figure: Tourism Organizations
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WORLD TOURISM ORGANIZATION (UNWTO)
Founded in 1978
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Definition of Tourism by UNWTO
Tourism comprises the activities of persons traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment
for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business,
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Chapter 3 Study Guide:
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Attractions: amusement parks and theme parks are a major source of tourism employment.
Bus companies: require
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- The first travel agent was Thomas Bennett.
- The first steamship agent was Robert Smart.
- Why were early English railroads popular?
O The Early English Railroads Were Popular Because The Fares Were M
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Father of History
Travelled all over Greecce and the Aegean Islands, sailed to Cyrene and explored
Sicily and Italy.
Made records of his travels
Also considered as the worlds first Travel Writer
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intelligence, business analysis, market research, and computer graphics are among those who can look
forward to opportunities in the industry.
Airlines are a major travel industry employer, off
Private Sectors The private
sectors are commercial enterprises which are in business for making
money and with profit maximization as their primary aim. Examples of private sectors and their roles in
the tourism industry, except attractions which has been
Factors that Encourage / Prohibit the Development of Tourism
As seen in the above section, changes of various factors, including social, cultural, political,
environmental, economic and technological forces could lead to both positive and negative
INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT ASSOCIATION (IATA)
Worlds first international scheduled services (IATA) started, it formerly known as
International Air Traffic Association.
IATA founded in Havana, Cuba.
In 1945 it has changed its name to the International Air
UNITED FEDERATION OF TRAVEL AGENTS ASSOCIATION
United Federation of Travel Agents Association (UFTAA) founded on 1966 in Rome.
Earlier known as Universal Federation of Travel Agents Association.
Founded by merger of two large world organization IFTA and U
Regional and Other Tourism Organizations
The tourism organizations consist of international, national, and non-governmental
organizations that help develop and manage tourism. They may be into education and
training, marketing, regula
Definition of Tourism by UNWTO
Tourism comprises the activities of persons traveling to and staying in places outside their usual
environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business, and other purposes.
Types/Category of Tourism:
Tourism through the Ages
Early Beginnings of Travel
The Babylonians (Sumerians)
The creation of money and trade
Trade was developed around 400 B.C.
Babylonians were also credited with the founders of travel business.
First cruises were o
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