At the end of the study we will provide with certain recommendations that could prove to be innovative for improving the tourism business of the area. Contents Introduction (2895 words) 3 Substantive Content 4 Political Implication of the city 4 Recent economic implications 5 Social and labor markets 7 SWOT ANALYSIS of the destination 8 PESTEL framework of the destination 10 Conclusion 12 Recommendation 13 5 possible alternative courses of action 13 Reference 15 Introduction (2895 words) In the Northeastern region of the USA is located the state of New York. Within the New York state is located the New York City which is known as the most densely populated city of the United States and it is the hub of the New York urban region. It is the largest metropolitan within the entire United States. The city is situated on the southern regions of the New York State on the banks of the river Hudson. During the year 1609, an English explorer and navigator named Henry Hudson travelled by water through the Hudson River which was named after him. The course of the river that passes through the Manhattan Island is called as North River. Five years from then a permanent dwelling developed around that region which later on came to be known as New York however originally it used to be recognized by the Dutch governors as the New Amsterdam. It was known that one of the Dutch Governors named Peter Minuit bought Islands of Manhattan from the Indians for a deal of trinkets, beads and buttons. A navy was sent by the Great Britain’s Duke of York in 1664 that peacefully detained the Dutch without any violence and baptized the settlement in a tribute of the duke. The control of the city passed on to the young members of the Nation at the conclusion of the Revolutionary War (Burrows & Wallace, 1998, p.14). George Washington had been selected as the then president and the occasion was inaugurated in New York’s old City lobby. Congress gathered and continued their stay in New York ranging from 1785 to 1790. During 1898, the Greater New York was taken under some agreement and the city got expanded to comprise 5 boroughs namely Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Staten Island and Brooklyn. The city is also known as “The Big Apple”. It is a major a world leader and a global capital in the domains of communications, finance and arts. The harbor of New York is one of the most excellent in the globe and has been ranked as the biggest port compound on the East Coast. New York City is the home for the United Nations and includes the headquarters of a large number of important organizations from across the world. The city is considered to be a significant spot for fashion, advertising, shooting, radio broadcasting, publishing etc. by the important firms across the entire world. Substantive Content Political Implication of the city The government of city is controlled under the Charter of the City and offers for a "well-built" mayor-council arrangement. The administration of the state is more nationalized than that of the majority of the other cities of U.S, by means of the city administration being accountable for the correctional institutions, education of the public, public safety, libraries, sanitation, recreational facilities, welfare services and water supply. The mayor gets elected for a term of a 4 years and remains in charge of the administrative functions of the government
Executive Summary (137) We are required to prepare an annual tourism business plan for the New York City and first of all we should start with a study of the political, social and economic aspects of the city following which we should start with a SWOT analysis of the company and a PESTEL analysis…
COVER PAGE ESSAY A CRITIQUE ON THE TOURISM PLANNING AND POLICY IN CROATIA YOUR NAME TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary 2 1. Introduction 4 1.1 Key features of existing tourism patterns, significance to the economy and employment 4 1.2 Key institutions responsible for the policy framework and tourism development 4.
Based on statistics circulated by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), international tourist arrivals climbed up to 924 million in 2008. However, this declined by almost four percent or 880 million in 2009 and a six percent decrease in tourism receipts mainly because of the global recession and the H1N1 epidemic.
Strategic planning, as a process ‘for preparing a direction and a broad programme of activity for an organization’ (Veal 2002, p.88), is used as a tool for increasing the competitiveness of organizations. At the level of the state, strategic planning ensures the stabilization of the national economy and the increase of the power of a country as a member of the international community.
One such sector is tourism. This sector is extensively labour intensive which means that it helps in garnering increased employment opportunities and on the other hand it helps nations to earn revenue. Singapore is one of the nations which has set targets for economic growth and has accordingly aligned tourism policies so as to comply with the strategic objectives formulated to achieve robust growth in the economy.
It offers to its visitors the cosmopolitan amenities they expect from big cities and also a unique treasure trove of cultural attractions. Hong Kong is one of the most visited tourist destination in the world (Quan, 2013).Hong Kong is located in Southeast Asia and is one of the countries in the world which were colonized by Britain.
1. Unrealistic, inappropriate and irregular intelligence combined with less focus on tourism research, forecasting and data driven strategic planning are the key factors affecting the two popular destinations of the world. One of the primary issues common to both destinations are managing the diversities in terms of culture, luxuries and bringing regional priorities in line with the local priorities which plays a crucial role to improve the standard of services to every single tourist.
Therefore, these two cities are faced with a double challenge. This is described by the Conference on “Tourism and the City: The challenge of Sustainability.”Both cities are expected to respond to the needs and expectations of the increasing tourists number attracted to their varied and rich array of business, cultural, shopping, sports, entertainment and other attractions; Furthermore, they are required to continuously improve and renovate such facilities so that to maintain their share in the market of competitive tourism as well as the benefits that results from it.
This paper draws upon the sociological theory and within it focuses on the collaboration theory. The process of framing tourism policy and planning provides a context for a study of the related concepts of tourism destinations, destination branding and stakeholder theory.
France is one European country that benefits from some of the perks brought on by tourism (Gunn & Var 2002). As a politically stable country, it is well-known for some of its exotic features. It is revered for its attractions,