+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

How to restructure the Croatia hotel industry on a market-oriented basis?

Turizam 45(5/6): 139-144

How to restructure the Croatia hotel industry on a market-oriented basis?

Ways of initiating favourable processes of market-oriented restructuring in the Croatian hotel industry are described. It is suggested that major owners of hotel enterprises (for example, the state and banks) intervene in the existing structure by creating enterprises or chains of Croatian hotels.

Accession: 003162657

Related references

Anonymous, 1994: Hotel firms: European experiences - Croatia's future. International congress: 'Hotel industry '94', 12th biennial scientific meeting, Opatija, 20 and 21 October 1994. The publication presents the proceedings of the 12th biennial scientific congress on the international hotel industry, held in Opatija, Croatia in 1994. The conference looked at developments in the European hotel sector, before moving on to consid...

Cizmar, S.; Weber, S., 2000: Marketing effectiveness of the hotel industry in Croatia. The influence of effective marketing practices on business performance in the Croatian hotel industry is investigated. The findings indicate that the marketing effectiveness is positively associated with the performance level, the scope of marketi...

Gustin, M.E.; Weaver, P.A., 1993: The mature market: underlying dimensions and group differences of a potential market for the hotel industry. The mature market, defined as those aged 55 and over, who currently number some 64 million in the USA, is expected to continue to grow. According to US travel data, this group accounts for 32% of all hotel rooms booked. Studies also show that they...

Anonymous, 2007: The hotel industry's import-dependence: the case of Croatia

Sargeant, A.; Mohamad, M., 1999: Business performance in the UK hotel sector - does it pay to be market oriented?. The extent to which the UK hotel industry has moved from a sales to a market orientation is examined. Moreover, whether any direct and quantifiable benefit would appear to have accrued to those organizations that have indeed achieved a change of f...

Everwand, W.; Ingenbleek, P.; Backus, G., 2007: From commodity to customer value: the transition from a production-oriented to a market-oriented European dairy industry. This report provides insight into the transition from production-oriented to market-oriented agribusinesses in Europe. A model is developed from a theoretical perspective, building on industry evolution and punctuated equilibrium theory, as well a...

Anonymous, 2008: The role of training and development in hotel industry success - the case of Croatia

Braunlich, C.G.; Nadkarni, N., 1995: The importance of the VFR market to the hotel industry. The study investigated the frequency of trip types of VFR, pleasure and business travel to the East North Central census region of the USA during 1991. The demographic, travel trends and expenditures of hotel users for all three trip types were co...

Pine, R., 2002: China's hotel industry: serving a massive market. Since China opened its doors to international business and visitors in 1979, both tourism volume and hotel supply has expanded (albeit not always in proportion to each other). At the moment, China has a bifurcated hotel industry. On the high end a...

Chung KyooYup, 2000: Hotel management curriculum reform based on required competencies of hotel employees and career success in the hotel industry. This study was conducted to layout an effective plan for reforming the hotel management curriculum of Korean universities. On the basis of the purpose of the study and review of the literature, four research questions and hypotheses were addressed...