ホスピタリティと観光のマーケティング 単行本 – 1997/4
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For undergraduate/graduate-level courses in Hospitality and Tourism Marketing. THE most widely used Hospitality marketing text-comprehensive and innovative, managerial and practical, state-of-the-art and real-world. Easy-to-read and user-friendly, it provides examples and applications that illustrate the major decisions hospitality marketing managers face in their efforts to balance objectives and resources against needs and opportunities in today's global marketplace. Real-world in focus, it reflects the authors' rich combination of both teaching and international consulting experience in the hospitality and travel industries. An abundance of real-world examples and cases and experiential and internet exercises give students extraordinary insight into marketing situations they will actually encounter on the job. --このテキストは、絶版本またはこのタイトルには設定されていない版型に関連付けられています。
This new book builds upon the practical, managerial approach to marketing that is a trademark of Philip Kotler's renowned textbooks. Designed specifically with the hospitality and travel student in mind, it provides practical examples and applications that illustrate the major decisions marketing managers face in their efforts to balance objectives and resources against needs and opportunities in today's global marketplace. The authors bring a rich combination of both teaching and international consulting in the hospitality and travel industries to Kotler's proven framework of marketing principles.
That fun fact is not mentioned anywhere on this listing. Its completely different than the American version of this same textbook and edition of my classmates. Its void of color and full of mistakes, and the chapters and page numbers are completely different. The table of contents is also completely incorrect and brings you to random places within the book. Complete waste of money, do not buy.
My only complaint is that it's supposedly about the tourism and hospitality industries. However, it's really about the hotel industry, with frequent references to the restaurant industry. Airlines are mentioned occasionally, and cruises and travel agencies definitely take a back seat role. That disappointed me, because I was interested in travel agencies, but the book would still be useful to those in the lesser-mentioned industries.