Standard 1: Target 1 Travel and Tourism Showcasing.

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Standard 1: Objective 1 Travel and Tourism Marketing Nature and History of Industry

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Definitions: Hospitality industry: Businesses connected with sustenance/administration or cabin. Incorporates: Hotels, motels, motels Bed-and Breakfasts Casinos Restaurants Catering

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Definitions: Tourism industry: Businesses connected with travel or transportation.

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Definitions: Service: an impalpable undertaking that is performed for a client in return for cash Perishability : the possibility that an item can stop to exist or get to be unusable in a restricted day and age. (Ex: the departure of a deal from an inn room or an aircraft seat can\'t ever be recuperated)

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Definitions: Intangibility: Things that can\'t be touched. (Ex: Memories or encounters) Changeability: Something that is liable to modification or change (Ex: recognition can change taking into account encounters)

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Service as a Product Products can be merchandise or administrations. Merchandise: Physical items, for example, a feast SERVICES: Entertainment with your dinner

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History of Hospitality originates from the Latin word " hospes ", which signifies "visitor, guest, or one who gives hotel to a visitor or guest." Taverns: First in Rome and Greece. Normal: First Taverns to have an altered value menu Post Houses: Offered fundamental lodging (sleeping pad and sustenance)

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History of Hospitality The Pineapple Symbol: Early wayfarers brought pineapples once again from their voyages. Upon their arrival, they would show a sign with a pineapple on it to tell companions they were back and inviting visitors. The pineapple sign is currently the universal image of neighborliness.

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History of Hospitality 1700\'s: The idea of a formal eatery started in Europe in the 1700\'s with French culinary specialists settling all through the range. 1800\'s: fine eating-and-drinking foundations were all through the world. Spots to rest were simply starting. Cesar Ritz and Conrad Hilton were among the individuals who began extravagance facilities.

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History of Tourism "travel" originates from the French word "travail", which signifies "work". In days of yore, explorers were relocating looking for asylum and sustenance. Around 3000 BC: innovation of the wheel. Additionally, creatures caused by pulling things to transport voyagers. Around 2000 BC: Egyptians made water crafts. Water entries were utilized for travel and exchange.

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History of Tourism 5 th Century: Greek and Roman Empires saw more travel. Local people would serve as advisers for political and well off explorers. Numerous individuals went for religious purposes, for example, a journey to the Holy Land.

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History of Tourism Renaissance (14 th , 15 th , 16 th Centuries): Ocean Exploration occurred, financed by illustrious courts. "Fabulous Tour": a 2-to-5 year travel experience for the children of the well off to study dialect, society, and history to finish their instruction.

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History of Tourism 1800\'s: Rail administration was accessible to visitors to traverse nations and mainlands. 1900\'s: Cars were mass created and thruways were built, empowering more individuals to go more places.

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History of Tourism TODAY: Travel is accessible via air, mammoth oceanliners, auto, train, and that\'s only the tip of the iceberg.

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Technology and Tourism Websites: Used by numerous organizations in the travel business. A few organizations offer rebates to the individuals who utilize the web to book travel or reserve spot, as it spare the organization time and cash, due to less staff.

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Technology and Tourism Internet Access: air terminals, inns, and eateries are giving web access to their clients. A few carriers are likewise giving web access.

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Technology and Tourism Information Management: Businesses accumulate data about clients through reservations and different means. They can utilize this data to foresee future deals, plan menus, plan advancements, and grow better visitor correspondences.

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