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development and marketing of tourism in Yorkshire.
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"The authors begin by offering a concise account of the changing nature of tourism and its impacts, and then proceed to explain aspects of planning and marketing that are designed to get the best out of tourism without destroying the destination. Key elements of the book include: organization and development objectives; aspects of supply and demand; marketing; customer care; and monitoring The Role of Marketing Strategies in the Tourism Industry: /ch This chapter introduces the role of marketing strategies in the tourism industry, thus explaining the application overview of marketing strategies in the
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