Business Travel and Tourism by John Swarbrooke

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'Business Travel and Tourism' provides a comprehensive, international overview of business tourism from both a theoretical and practical perspective.

With the use of case studies from around the world, 'Business Travel and Tourism' explores a broad range of issues, including:

* The global business tourism market
* The design of business tourism facilities
* The role of the destination in business travel and tourism
* The social, economic, and environmental impacts of business tourism
* The ethical dimension of business tourism
* The marketing of business tourism products
* The impact of new technologies on the business tourism market
* How to organise successful conferences, exhibitions, and incentive travel packages

Case studies include Disneyland Paris, Hong Kong, Amsterdam RAI International Exhibition and Congress Centre, Hilton, Page and Moy Marketing, Lufthansa, Air France, and Legoland UK.

'Business Travel and Tourism' is the first text to offer a comprehensive overview of the growing but neglected area of business tourism. With the use of a wide range of up-to-date case studies and major practical exercises to help students to broaden and deepen their understanding of this area of tourism, it is an invaluable text for all students on travel and tourism courses at degree and BTEC/HND level, or those taking tourism options in leisure, business studies, hospitality management or geography.

About John Swarbrooke

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Head of Tourism and Hospitality, Sheffield Hallam University and Professeur Visitant at IMHI Paris. John is the author of seven books on tourism and has been a keynote speaker at major international conferences in many countries including the UK, Russia, Greece, Indonesia, Portugal, Turkey, Sri Lanka and Brazil. He is also Chair of ATLAS,the association of universities involved in Tourism Education and research. Principal Lecturer in Tourism and Hospitality, Sheffield Hallam University. Susan is a specialist in applied consumer behaviour and marketing. She is the author of a wide range of books, articles, papers and distance learning materials with a particular focus on the tourism and hospitality sectors. Susan has also developed a particular interest and expertise in the writing and use of case studies for innovative teaching and learning experiences.
Published May 23, 2012 by Routledge. 384 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help. Non-fiction

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