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By J. John Lennon, Hugh Smith, Nancy Cockerell and Jill Trew (Auth.)

"This ebook examines comparative functionality and most sensible perform in nationwide Tourism Organisations/Administrations from huge study performed in 2003 and 2004. research contained intimately for 8 nationwide Tourism corporations established in 4 Continents."--Jacket.

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Benchmarking National Tourism Organisations and Agencies. Understanding Best Practice

"This publication examines comparative functionality and most sensible perform in nationwide Tourism Organisations/Administrations from huge study conducted in 2003 and 2004. research contained intimately for 8 nationwide Tourism enterprises dependent in 4 Continents. "--Jacket.

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The ATC co-ordinated a number of forums across Australia where the business tourism and MICE industry was invited to discuss and debate the contents of a discussion paper on the role of the new Tourism Events division. The decision to set up Tourism Events Australia was based on a need to co-ordinate and expand the activities of this high-yield sector, which encompasses a diverse range of players, including industry associations, state and territorial governments, convention bureaux, major events corporations, Australian Government bodies and a wide range of industry operators.

Moreover, as already indicated, this pendulum swing has gained momentum in the last decade in line, not only with the squeeze on public sector budgets, but also the growing climate of liberalisation and privatisation and the political and economic shift to market-driven economies. Despite some regional variations, current thinking even in the less-developed countries of the world is that while governments should be responsible for the development of tourism infrastructure, they should divest themselves of any interests they might have in, for example hotels and tourism services.

ATEC’s primary role is to optimise the business success of members so that the resulting economic and social impact of tourism exports for Australians is maximised. There are a number of other consultative and advocacy bodies that, although not directly involved in tourism, work closely with the DITR and the ATC. These include Austrade and Invest Australia — which respectively focus on trade and investment facilitation — Environment Australia and crcTourism (now being renamed Sustainable Tourism CRC).

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