Recommendations were provided according to the current landscape and stakeholder implication: keeping to the developed strategies and plans and bringing the destination to European levels was suggested, by developing and modernising the infrastructure.
Educating the society, but also the government in becoming more transparent and involved was also a recommendation.
First of all, research was made for presenting a picture of the current Spa Industry and how it came to be.
Secondly, a current image upon the situation in Romania was made, mentioning current development strategies for tourism.
For the purpose of this research, the following aim was set: ‘The aim of this report is to conduct research on the importance and relevance of the health and spa industry in the tourism markets (local and international) of Romania and to discover if this sector is capable of boosting Romanian tourism and create a link towards other forms of tourism.
In addition, recommendations for the stakeholders in the area of interest will be provided, for future development.’ The methods used for this research consisted in using materials from secondary/desk research, found in specialised books, journals, reports, local media, internet and databases from NHTV and outside sources.Primary was also conducted, under the form of a survey with tourists from both local and international market.A sample of 50 interviewees was collected, in attempt to have insight on what determines people to choose certain destinations for their holiday. Since every research is restricted by certain limitations, these should be taken into account when reading this study.Once again is that time of the year: the opening of dissertation season.I know this because the first appointments to discuss marketing dissertation topics started to arrive in my inbox this week.Finally, creating a special brand for the destination was advised, so that markets recognise it and remember it.You can download the entire TDM Master Thesis by Raluca Paris.Barbara Lovitts and Ellen Wert have written three short booklets – one for the sciences, one for the social sciences, and one for humanities – that explain the purposes of the dissertation and the criteria by which it will be assessed. Destination Dissertation: A Traveler’s Guide to a Done Dissertation. The booklets are designed to help students understand the context of their course work; the need to take an active role in shaping their studies; and the importance of thinking ahead about the components of the dissertation and the quality of scholarship they will need to demonstrate. This research paper explores the recent popular surge of interest in BDSM (Bondage, Domination, Sadism and Masochism) and develops a model that explains how ‘deviant’ activities move from the margins to the mainstream.Read More Understanding the sense of authenticity of heritage attractions is important for tourism management and marketing because presentation, interpretation and verification has a direct bearing on motivations to visit and engage with heritage tourism sites.