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Using Himalayan tourism as a case study example, the article examines the development of sport tourism. Following a general look at the different types and forms of sport tourism and sport tourists, it examines the marketing and organization of sport tourism in Nepal, and presents a profile of its...

Author(s)
Plagnol, G.
Citation
Cahiers Espaces, 1997, 1997, 52, pp 25-31
Abstract

The 12 papers in this collection are from the forum on "Culinary heritage and tourism of tomorrow", organized on 17 June 2014 by IEHCA (European Institute for the History and Culture of Food) and AFEST (Francophone Association of Scientific Experts and Tourism), in association with the Tourist...

Author(s)
Chaspoul, C.
Publisher
Editions Touristiques Européennes, Paris, France
Citation
Espaces, Tourisme & Loisirs, 2014, No.320, pp 58-124
Abstract

This collection of five papers discusses different concepts concerning the experiential approach and their application in tourism marketing and consumption.

Author(s)
Chaspoul, C.
Publisher
Editions Touristiques Européennes, Paris, France
Citation
Espaces, Tourisme & Loisirs, 2014, No.320, pp 18-57
Abstract

Playing host to over 35 million tourists annually, Ile-de-France is the world's most important tourist region. The article analyses the structure of business tourism in the region; examines the nature of competition faced by the region as a business tourism destination, both at a national and...

Author(s)
Lahuna, S.
Citation
Cahiers Espaces, 1996, 1996, 45, pp 52-58
Abstract

The article examines the characteristics of the urban apartment hotel sector in France, looks at the structural changes taking place and at the activities and strategies of some of the major operators including Citadines and Orion, provides a typology of clientele, and considers the international...

Author(s)
Pancera, J.
Citation
Espaces (Paris), 1997, May/June, 145, pp 36-40
Abstract

A profile is presented of Pierre & Vacances, a tourism accommodation supplier, which in the 1990s, has only recently expanded its operations to the urban accommodation sector. Having successfully conquered new client markets in urban areas, the company today owns five apartment hotel properties,...

Author(s)
Darsa, Y.
Citation
Espaces (Paris), 1997, May/June, 145, pp 41-42
Abstract

The Côte d'Opale (Opal Coast) in northern France has an established tradition in business tourism centred around the resort of Touquet-Paris-Plage in Nord Pas de Calais. The business tourism club of Côte d'Opale was created in 1994 to promote and further develop this activity. The article looks at...

Author(s)
Grosheitsch, J. M.
Citation
Cahiers Espaces, 1996, 1996, 45, pp 74-78
Abstract

With its communication, interactive marketing and information research applications, the Internet offers numerous possibilities for the business tourism sector and is a tool which is likely to become, in just a few years from now, commonplace and indispensable. Already an intensive user of...

Author(s)
Landtsheer, C. de
Citation
Cahiers Espaces, 1996, 1996, 45, pp 112-117
Abstract

An analysis is presented of business tourism and its different components in the 17 countries of the European Economic Area (EEA). It is shown that business tourism is of considerable importance in Europe, generating a turnover of around 162 000 million ECUs in 1995. An analysis of the market...

Author(s)
Château, L.
Citation
Cahiers Espaces, 1996, 1996, 45, pp 22-28
Abstract

The business tourism sector in France began to expand rapidly in the late 1970s, boosted by the emergence of incentive travel which opened up new markets for France. Today, France is one of the most important international conference and business destinations worldwide, being ranked second in...

Author(s)
Mainbourg, B.
Citation
Cahiers Espaces, 1996, 1996, 45, pp 14-21

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