By Joseph S. Chen
Advances in Hospitality and rest, a brand new peer-review serial, supplies clean insights from a bunch of clinical reviews within the domain names of hospitality, rest, and tourism. It offers a platform to provoke techniques on modern concerns and rising tendencies necessary to concept development in addition to expert practices from an international viewpoint. the main target of this serial is to go beyond the cutting edge equipment of inquiry so one can encourage new learn themes which are very important and feature been in huge overlooked. The serial is raring to deal with the wishes of the population having pursuits in disseminating principles, recommendations and theories derived from scholarly investigations. strength readers may possibly retrieve worthy texts to stipulate new examine agendas, recommend doable themes for a dissertation paintings, and increase the information of the topics of curiosity.
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The interviews were carried out during the winter of 2002, and were conducted on the premises of each interviewee. In order to gain an insight into the dynamics behind participation and interaction in a quality initiative, particularly among small and micro enterprises, respondents were asked to discuss different aspects of brand membership during the in-depth interviews. These included inter alia motivations for joining, the advantages and drawbacks of brand membership, the relevance and fruitfulness of the membership criteria and the nature of any links each enterprise had with other tourism enterprises, be they brand members or not.
Although some interviewees found that the journey time and distance to the training venue was prohibitive, others appreciated that the alternative would have been to travel to the major cities of Cork or Dublin. The latter situation was seen to be a major deterrent, and the difference made, especially to small and family businesses, in having training courses that were ‘local’ and ‘convenient’ was judged critical by many applicants. Similarly, brand membership helped overcome time and financial restraints.
Thus, a variety of tourism enterprises, including B&Bs, hostels, self-catering and caravan and camp-sites, felt that the training had been beneficial. Once again this was to have a bearing on the level of networking and co-operation at a later stage of brand membership. 4. Fragmentation and diversity: a challenge for training. Despite the positive general consensus, however, the challenge of diversity and fragmentation of the tourism destination product was reflected in the fact that not all sectors felt as positively with regard to the training courses as others did.