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Lokesh Lakhiwal Report1 on Hotel Clarks Amer Report on Market Survey

Lokesh Lakhiwal Report1 on Hotel Clarks Amer Report on Market Survey

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THE HOTEL INDUSTRY
 A Hotel is defined as ³ a place, which supplies boarding and lodging totravelers´.The common law states that a hotel is ³a place where all who conduct themselvesproperly, and who being able and ready to pay for their entertainment are received, if there be accommodation for them, and who without any stipulated engagement as tothe duration of their stay or as to the rate of comparison, are while there,supplied ata reasonable cost with their meals, lodging and such services as are necessarilyincident to the use of the house as a temporary home´.
The share of Travel & Tourism industry to the global GDP was 6.48% in the year 2007 with value of US 3,493.19 billion and industry demand contributed to13.21% of global GDP in 2007.
Middle East was the fastest-growing region in terms of arrivals of internationaltourists during 2007
According to the report by World Travel and Tourism Council, India currentlyranks 18th in business travel and will be among the top 5 nations by the end of 2010.
India is now emerging as one of the hot destinations for tourism after Singapore,Thailand, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Philippines, Columbia
 
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SALIENT FEATURES
 
Productivity is based on personal ability factor.
 
Business fluctuates by the week/day/hour.
Constant fluctuations in short term customer demand.
Irregular job workflow for the workers.
Subjectivity of standards due to concepts like hospitality, services,cleanliness.
Complicated pay system=linked with range of skills.
Unsociable hours-³The hotel never sleeps´.
A range of skills for each occupation, example chef (Chinese/Continential).
GLOBAL SCENARIO
The hospitality and tourism sector is the largest industry in the world.
Contributes 10.4% of the global GDP & US$5.4 Trillion in 2007
Employed over 231.2 million people in 2007
Accounted for 8.3% of Total World Employment in 2007
 
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Estimated to be comprised of more than 300,000 hotels and over 8 millionrestaurants, as well as countless tourist attractions, travel agencies, tour operations, cruise lines, tourism driven transportation systems, consulting firms,and real estate investment companies.The Asia-Pacific Hospitality Industry
Asia-Pacific is the region with the greatest growth potential for the hospitalityindustry.
2006 - Average tourism growth of 7.7% across APAC
Average tourism growth of 2.7% across Americas and 2.5% across Europe
Total number of tourist arrivals in the Asia Pacific region - over 252 million in2006.The UK Hospitality Industry
The hospitality industry is probably the world¶s fastest-growing, employment-generating profession, employing one in ten people worldwide. In the UK alone,the industry employs over 1.8 million people. It is estimated that the industry willrequire 30,000-35,000 trained people at managerial and supervisory levels everyyear till 2010 to fulfil its potential.

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