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The cruise market has been showing a significant growth for nearly two decades. However, the current service model is rather market and marketing driven and less innovative. In the near and middle future, megatrends such as demographic change, digitalization and individualization will have strong...

Author(s)
Wolf, A.; Mozuni, M.
Publisher
De Gruyter, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Zeitschrift für Tourismuswissenschaft, 2017, 9, 2, pp 305-324
Abstract

The evolution of the Kärnten-Card, the most succesful touristic visitors-card in Europe, with more than 700 000 cards sold in 5 years and total proceeds of about sch 190 million is traced. This project has grown as an important economical tool for the 97 participants (museums, cruise ships in the...

Author(s)
Schmalz, I.
Publisher
Lucius & Lucius Verslagsgesellschaft mbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Tourismus Journal, 2000, 4, 4, pp 463-469
Abstract

Movement of people is one of tourism's most important elements, and has been examined by various research disciplines. The main focus has been upon movements involving at least one overnight stay. An important theme is the choice of transport, but less attention has been given to travel methods...

Author(s)
Freyer, W.; Gross, S.
Publisher
Technischen Universität Dresden, Dresden, Germany
Citation
Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Technischen Universität Dresden, 2003, 52, 5/6, pp 105-109
Abstract

According to official figures from a number of sources, the international tourist industry is continuing to grow at a considerable rate. Its turnover has tripled over the past 20 years and, in 1993, travel expenditure worldwide increased by almost 7%. One in every 15 employees currently is deemed...

Citation
Amusement-Industrie, 1993, 23, 89, pp 26-27
Abstract

The first of two articles on business tourism in Egypt describes the tourism situation, focusing on Cairo, the largest town in Egypt, with between 13 and 15 million inhabitants, and a major attraction, not only for Egyptians, but also for tourists from world-wide who come in large numbers to see...

Citation
Geschäftsreise, 1988, 21, 8, pp p.9, 11
Abstract

The report documents the evolution of international tourist flows - including those within Comecon countries - and analyzes the German holiday market and its trends. A major overview of international cruise holidays is also given, with analysis of supply and demand.

Author(s)
Torklus, R. von; Lodahl, M.
Publisher
Deutsches Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung & Austellungs-Messe-Kongresse GmbH, Berlin, German Federal Republic
Citation
Internationaler Tourismus Daten und Analysen., 1983, pp 191pp.
Abstract

In focusing on the conference tourism market, an insight is offered into the international supply of conference facilities on water. It appears that, over recent years, there has been increasing demand for ships, boats and ferries as settings for international conferences, and in response, many...

Citation
TW Tagungs-Wirtschaft, Convention-Industry, 1988, 12, 2, pp 120-125
Abstract

This stocktaking of the GFR situation was commissioned by the GFR Evangelical Church Working Group on Leisure, Recreation and Tourism. After three introductory papers on the general role of the church in leisure and tourism, individual papers deal with: Youth leisure and travel (J.D. Kosmale, ...

Publisher
Studienkreis für Tourismus e.V., Starnberg, German Federal Republic
Citation
Kirche im Tourismus - Der evangelische Beitrag. Berichte aus der Praxis., 1986, pp 101pp.

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