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The recent development of the visitor market in Malaysia has brought to light an increasingly urgent need to supply adequate numbers of skilled personnel in the hotel sector. Itemizes and discusses recent advances and incentives by Government and the private sector to develop a strategy to meet...
Feng Shui (pronounced “fung shui”) means literally wind and water and is a type of geomancy or divination from nature. It originated in China, and relates to nature and the position of man and of buildings within it. Many hotels and restaurants in the Asia‐Pacific region have been specifically...
Examines the shareholder wealth effects of acquisitions in the lodging sector during the 1980s. Using the event study method, estimates the size of additional wealth accruing to shareholders of hotel companies arising from an acquisition. Over a 61‐day period surrounding the announcement of an...
While much has been written on operational aspects of hotel food and beverage functions, the literature on career paths and background characteristics of successful food and beverage directors is quite sparse. A survey was distributed to all food and beverage directors of four and five star...
Looks at ways of extracting the maximum marketing advantages out of a hotel/motel′s location. Sets out a methodology for formally determining the value, and price of a hotel or motel′s location in setting room rates and presents an empirical study undertaken on motels in Ballina, Australia.
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