How can the growth of tourism reduce the development gap? Jamaica Case Study
Case Study Archives - Global Travel and Tourism Partnership (GTTP)
The following case studies demonstrate examples of how destinations have approached various opportunities and challenges to improve the visitor experience, such as working with local stakeholders to improving visitor signage and mapping, meeting visitors on their own turf to deliver effective information and developing visitor giving schemes into an investment model. In the run up to the Games, the City Information Centre became increasingly aware of the requirement to deliver visitor information to people where and when they needed it, rather than expecting them to search out the Centre. In , this was on-street at the major events the City was hosting. The City Visitor Trail is an initiative developed by the Corporation of London CoL to tackle the lack of information and advice for visitors in the heart of the city, many of whom did not realise just how close many of the city's attractions were to each other, or how to get there easily. The Interconnect Birmingham project sought to improve the city's visitor information signage when it was recognised that existing signage was unsatisfactory and were a common source of complaint at local visitor information centres. A successful partnership between a wide range of stakeholders has since lead to greater integration of signage across the city's streets and transport systems, for both visitors and residents. This study describes research investigating whether PES can provide a mechanism for new investment from businesses and visitors in environmental projects through Visitor Giving schemes.
Examples List on Tourism Case Study
The main reason to study hospitality, travel and tourism is to work in the field. Hotels, airlines, destination, attractions, transportation, cruises, events, activity providers, shopping centers, tourist services, travel agents, tour operators and many others together form together a huge industry. It is a practice-oriented field and an interesting one.
This archive has the case studies prepared by Research Award winners in each country filed by year. Its economy draws business visitors, who also stay on to enjoy those attractions. The students focused on how visitors get around the city to reach them. They interviewed employees of eight hotels that cater to business visitors and also interviewed visitors enjoying a bleisure break.