Individual tourism and hospitality firms
Cost effectiveness of small hospitality firms due to diversification of corporate interests has become more commonplace developing the sector as an important contributor of economic growth and an upping vessel of foreign policy by the tourism marketers. Deferring the gains of the micro hospitality firm’s diversity is now a commonplace practice amongst marketers so as to up their stakes and corporate gains which encompass both profits and corporate popularity based on elasticity of demand.
This is assassination of corporate interests through strategic corporate strategies which befit the hoteliers and marketers. The theory besides the influence quotient angle is based on the marketer’s autonomy as the integral part of interlinking of the firms and the clients. How do they influence Attempting to influence the elasticity of demand for hospitality services and regulating the sector is the truly profound issue.
The marketers use corporate ethics to make gains through developed customer retention helmet which defers the return potential of the service in firms through customer loyalty, price discounts and demographic insights through analysing the individual service sector which is not, corporate wise, commercialised but more parametrical to use in assessment of market performance and forecasting. The marketer’s main objective is to understand the demographics, market capitalization and future trends through the micro firms whose aspects tend to have the correct forecast and analysis of market trends and weather in the industry.
Josef Schmidhuber: Global Perspectives Studies Unit: Economic and Social Department Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 2003 The prices at the individual tourism and hospitality firms and their inverse relation with the revenue context make an appeal that is dependable in terms of forecast and market analysis. The marketers look into the market through the micro sector screen which flourishes through attractive prices and service outlook and its price rate and gain deferring rate. Regmi A Deepak, M. S. , and Seale J. L. & Bernstein J.
2001: Cross-country analysis of food consumption patterns: In changing structure of global food consumption and trade. At this micro level the consumer behaviour towards service provision and price of both service provision and accessibility of the service are the basic parameters of performance of products and their portfolio facade. Marketers have an intrinsic effect on the finale of price and competition due to their ability to sell and reach the clientele and make the references which if, the small firms favour his interests obviously befits the small firm and vice-versa.
The point here is that the demand of the service by the clientele is only applicable through the marketer’s potential and decision about what is best suited for the clientele and him. Subsequently the marketer becomes the price fulcrum meaning that the change of price due to his choice and marketing insights both which cause either decrease of price or an increase. This in context is what elasticity of demand means hence the basis of the marketer’s influence on the individual hospitality firm’s performance and insights about the sector.