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By Stephan Sonnenburg, Desmond Wee

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ISBN-13: 9783658100186

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This publication makes an attempt to confront spatial, performative and cultural interrelations among tourism and social fiscal habit via delivering a severe platform for the articulation of traveling intake in our modern global. Tourism has develop into an important sector of scholarship particularly given the industry’s product improvement possibilities on a world scale. despite the fact that, the emphasis put on such study has mostly been from a supply-side viewpoint. What has to be explored is the shift in the direction of the organizations of the vacationer or vacationer as shopper and intake as being embodied as a second of perform in non-stop states of touring.

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Figure 8: TOLUC key stages in the development of the company and finalization of plans. (Ajit Chambers) Revitalizing Forgotten Place Brands through Touring Consumption 35 Managing stakeholders is a big challenge for place branding and touring consumption as it complicates the products that need to be offered. The project was difficult to execute as it involved public private partnerships (PPPs). Private partnerships were forged for investment, community involvement and execution of the project.

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