Autumn edition of 'Tourism' now available

Monday September 16, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

The autumn edition of Tourism, the journal of the Tourism Society, is now available. The table of contents looks like this:

Case Study: Shetland – innovation in island marketing
Andrew Steven MTS, Destination Manager, Promote Shetland

Oxfordshire Cotswolds Tourism Superstar: Top support for local version of national initiative
Hayley Beer MTS, Tourism Services Manager, West Oxfordshire District Council

Currency Matters: How tourists follow the money
David Edwards FTS, Head of Research and Forecasting, VisitBritain

Policy: The Tour Operators Margin Scheme
Kurt Janson MTS, Policy Director, Tourism Alliance

In Parliament: Labour’s view – joined-up government led by DCMS
Dan Jarvis MP, Shadow Culture and Tourism Minister

Museums in Australia: Adding to the tourism mix
Dr J. Patrick Greene OBE FTS, CEO, Museum Victoria

Country Sports Tourism: A quintessentially British opportunity
Julie Wilkinson, Coopers Country

Case Study: The British Postal Museum & Archive
Nick Booker MTS, Trustee, British Postal Museum & Archive; Director, Attract Marketing Ltd

An interview with... Loyd Grossman OBE FSA

Images in Tourism Marketing: A picture paints a thousand words
Steve Dunlop, Steve Dunlop Photography

Student View: Event management – opportunities in China and the UK
Guoyang Chen, MSc Events Management, Bournemouth University

Social Tourism: The winners and losers with ‘authorised absence’
Scott McCabe MTS, Associate Professor in Tourism Management/Marketing, Nottingham University Business School

Hospitality: National Hotel Marketing Conference 2013
Linda Moore, Chairman, Hotel Marketing Association

The Back Page: A penny for my thoughts
David Curtis-Brignell FTS, Chairman, The Tourism Society

The journal is available free to all Tourism Society members and is also sent to MPs, subscribing colleges and universities in the UK and overseas, and to members of the press. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to keep up to date with the latest developments in the tourism industry at home and abroad. Subscribe today or join the Tourism Society – contact us on 0207 269 9693 or membership@tourismsociety.org for details. Or visit the website and click on the red ‘join’ button.