Marketing Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure in Europe (Tourism & Hospitality Management Series)

by Susan Horner

Publisher: International Thomson Business Press

Written in English
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  • General,
  • Europe,
  • Sales & marketing,
  • Sport & leisure industries,
  • Tourism industry,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics
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Number of Pages736
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ISBN 101861523033
ISBN 109781861523037

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Series Title. Book reviews: Marketing Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure in Europe: by Susan Horner and John Swarbrooke (International Thomson Business Press, London; ; ISBN 0 3; xxvi+pp; softback; £)Author: Susan Scoffield. ✏Marketing Tourism Hospitality and Leisure in Europe Book Summary: This text looks at marketing from a European perspective.

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Horner, S. & Swarbrooke, J. () Marketing Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure in Europe Thomson Business Press, London. Marketing challenges in travel, tourism and hospitality industries of the European and Mediterranean regions Article Type: Editorial From: EuroMed Journal of Business, Vol Issue 3.

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