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Determinants Of Urban Residents' Perceived Tourism Impacts: A Study on the Williamsburg and Virginia Beach Areas
(Virginia Tech, 1998-12-03)
ABSTRACT The existing research in the field of tourism has exhibited a clearer understanding of how residents perceive the dynamic and complex phenomena of tourism. Since the goals of tourism planning and development ...
Bed and breakfasts in Virginia :identification and success factors
(Virginia Tech, 1994-04-18)
Virginia bed and breakfast operations were researched in order to determine the attitudes/beliefs which were necessary for success in the bed and breakfast industry. The objectives of the study were to: (1) identify demographics ...
Identification of Site Selection Factors in the U.S. Franchise Restaurant Industry: An Exploratory Study
(Virginia Tech, 2002-01-10)
The purpose of this study was to identify and rank the importance of the site selection factors that influence the U.S. franchise restaurant industry as well as rank the confidence level of the experts. To identify the ...
The hotel industry cycle : developing an economic indicator system for the hotel industry
(Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1996)
Revenue Management and it impacts on its actors in the hospitality industry
Since its apparition in the seventies due to the deregulation of airlines companies, Revenue Management has evolved and became strong strategic management tool for companies of services. Some of the industries concerned ...
Defining Best Practices In Hotel Sales During A Difficult Economy 2008-2010
This study studied the effect of economic change on the hotel industry between 2008 and 2010 and profiled possible economic recovery markers for 2011. The literature review covered the elements that have changed in the ...
The Impact of Sustainable Growth Indicators on Hotel’s Financial Management
The aim of the thesis was to investigate whether there is a link between hotels’ financial management and managerial decisions using a Sustainable Growth model and applying the Profit and Risks Graph, based on the DuPont ...
Hospitality curriculum :a comparative assessment based on ACPHA standards
(Virginia Tech, 1994)
Service behaviors and time preferences of rural and urban restaurant customers
(Virginia Tech, 2010-05-19)
Do customers in rural and urban markets want the same thing from a restaurant server? While researchers have stressed the importance of sub-culture and made the call for empirical research, few studies have incorporated ...
Customer-based brand equity: The Effect of Destination Image on Preference for Products Associated with a Destination Brand
(Virginia Tech, 2009-04-28)
Due to highly competitive destination markets, destination branding techniques are becoming popular among destination marketers. The destination marketers tend to leverage their destination brand value to other products ...