Intercultural Aspects of Tourism

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Intercultural Aspectsof Tourism
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1MAIN BODY...................................................................................................................................1CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................5REFERENCES...............................................................................................................................7
INTRODUCTIONGlobalisation cite to the increased consolidation and interdependency of the globaleconomy. It is not a new physical process. The global economy has turn increasingly dependentfor a prolonged time . Still, in recent time period the procedure of globalisation has expedited,this is because of different factors, but essential ones involve increased labour, improved trade,improved technology and capital mobility (Crippen, & Brew, (2013). Increasing globalisationand its impact on travel and tourism sector is mentioned in this report. Further, challenges facedby the workforce due to globalisation are also explained. Along with this, techniques to deal withthe challenges and how to manage cooperation and cultural diversity in the organisation isdescribed in this project.MAIN BODYGlobalisation refers to the process of physical phenomenon and integration amongpeople, organisations, and governments all over the world. It is increasing due to progressivecommunication and transportation technology. In other words, it is a process through whichbusinesses or companies acquire global influence or start their business on planetary scale.The circulating global recess is affecting the travel and tourism industry in the world andsome places are unaffected. Travel and tourism is the largest growing industries all over theworld, and it is affected by globalisation at large level. Therefore, it can be said that tourism isconstituted with globalization and its fast growth assist the globalisation. It also supports inmeeting various cultures. It also leads to rapid development and changes in countries whichprovide support to tourist needs and demands. The travel industry offers services and productswhich permit the travellers to see something new that they have ever experienced ahead. Thetourism industry faces different challenges due to increasing globalisation. Taxation mostlyaffects the travel industry as they paid taxes on hotel rooms, airlines tickets, etc. which clearlyshows that how it impact in the industry (Everingham, (2015). Tourism infrastructure at manyplaces is underdeveloped and outmoded. Government, destination marketing, tourism boardsshould work on improving the circulating substructure with foresight and they must address theupcoming challenges. Globalisation due to accelerative cooperation and the possibilities ofmarketing aid the alteration of the technological improvement. Technology also setup theinfrastructure of each state influence by the globalisation. The more alterations occur ineconomy. The liberalise economic system open to extrinsic markets, depreciating the current1
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