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The Marketing of hospitality services

The Marketing of hospitality services

current issues and perspectives

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Published by Hospitality Publications in Okemos, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hotel management.,
  • Motel management.,
  • Restaurant management.,
  • Marketing.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Peter J. Stevens, Ken W. McCleary.
    ContributionsStevens, Peter J., McCleary, Ken W.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 314 p. :
    Number of Pages314
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16579432M
    ISBN 100832235034

    Products Pages ISBN Retail Price Order Quantity; Text Hospitality Services introduces students to the five segments of the hospitality industry—food and beverage, lodging, travel, tourism, and recreation. The business aspects of these areas are covered, including hospitality management, human resources, accounting, sales, and marketing. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to travel marketing, tourism economics and the airline product. At the same time, it provides an overview on the political, socio-economic, environmental and technological impacts of tourism and its related publication covers both theory and practice in an engaging style, that will spark the readers’ curiosity.

    Services Marketing Management builds on the success of the previous editions, formally entitled 'The Management and Marketing of Services', to provide an easily digestible approach to the service industry with a specific focus on the management and marketing elements. This new edition has been thoroughly revamped to include pedagogical features such as exercises and mini cases throughout the. Hospitality Marketing Management, 6th Editionexplores marketing and themes unique to hospitality and tourism. The 6th edition presents many new ideas along with established marketing principles, exploring not only the foundations of marketing in the hospitality world but .

    How marketers work to influence demand before, during and after the service encounter was another interesting and new aspect. This concept is proposed in the book of David Bowie and Francis Buttle “Hospitality Marketing”, which was really helpful for our presentation. The marketing mix is a core concept in hospitality marketing. Services marketing is a specialised branch of marketing. Services marketing emerged as a separate field of study in the early s, following the recognition that the unique characteristics of services required different strategies compared with the marketing of physical goods.. Services marketing typically refers to both business to consumer (B2C) and business-to-business (B2B) services, and.


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