The Travel & Tourism Sector Doc

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CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1LO 1.................................................................................................................................................1LO 2.................................................................................................................................................1LO 3.................................................................................................................................................13.1 Factors affecting tourism demand....................................................................................13.2 Changes in supply to meet the effects of demand............................................................3LO 4.................................................................................................................................................44.1 Evaluation of positive and negative economic, environmental and social impacts ontourism....................................................................................................................................44.2 Strategies that can be used to minimise the negative impacts while maximising thepositive impacts of tourism....................................................................................................5CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................6REFERENCES................................................................................................................................7
INTRODUCTIONTravel and tourism has become one of the fastest gowing sectors in the industry. Thereare various business growths that can be seen in the sector. In UK it considered to be among theThere are various advantages that are gain by the industry in the market and has been source ofearning for many people. Many people are internationally working with the organization and arepromoting the company.UK is among one of the favourite places people choose to visit. Thereare various places such as London, bath and many more areas where people like to visit. Thisreport is about travel and tourism within UK where key discussion is made about historicaldevelopments in the travel and tourism sector. Further, structure of the travel and tourism sectoris detailed. Additionally details about thefunction of government, NGO’s and Internationalagencies in travel and tourism. After that contribution of local and national economic policiesthat influences the sector are mentioned. Moreover,political changes in the sector are mentioned.Besides this, supply and demands of the travel and tourism company are mentioned. At last,impacts on the sector are mentioned.For this purpose TUI group has been selected for the study. TUI Group is the internationalleading tourism business. They have broad portfolio that consist of tour operators, 1,600 travelagencies and leading online portals, five tour operator airlines with approximately 150 aircraft,over 300 hotels with 214,000 beds, 14 cruise liners and incoming agencies in all major holidaydestinations around the globe. The group provide over 30 million customers with holidayexperience in 180 regions. In financial year 2015/16, the TUI Group had 67,000 employees andturnover of around 17.2 billion Euros.LO 1Covered in poster presentationLO 2Covered in presentation.LO 33.1 Factors affecting tourism demandThe sector require can be describe as a expression which uncover the feature prevailing the stageof request, dissimilar type of claim, significant description of command and the purpose behindmaking such intricacy (Hwang and et. al., 2016). Stipulate is defined as “an agenda of the1
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