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Tourism industry in the new member states. Key countries and destinations

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Motivational factors for educational tourism: marketing insights

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The impact of nation branding campaigns on country image. Case Study: Romania

References 9am, (2007), “Fabulospirit - 5.000.000 de euro”. Retrieved from www.9am.ro/stirirevista-presei/Actualitate/56321/Fabulospirit-5-000-000-deeuro.html#ixzz3yWQEZolL . Amin, A. and Thrift, N. (1994), Living in the global . Oxford, Oxford University Press. Andrei, A. (2016), “Impact of nation branding campaigns on country image: Germany vs. Brazil”, Cactus Tourism Journal , Vol. 14, No. 2, 2016, pp. 25-32. Anholt, S. (2007). Competitive identity , New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Anholt, S. (2009), “The media and national

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Sectoral variations in market orientation and performance among small service firms in Botswana

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The quest for the diversification of Botswana’s mineral-led economy necessitates an examination of other performing ones such as the Tourism-Transport and Finance-Consulting small service sectors which have been identified as also contributing immensely to its economy. So, this paper investigates variations in market orientation and performance among small service firms in Botswana. In more specific terms, it involves analysis of variations with regard to tourism-transport and finance-consulting firms. Set in Botswana, data were obtained, using a respondent-completed questionnaire from 54 managers in the tourism-transport sector and 121 managers in the finance-consulting sector. Despite the focus of the study on sectoral variations among service firms in Botswana, the study makes major contributions to our understanding of market orientation-performance link. First, the overall level of market orientation varied significantly between the two sectors. Secondly, two of the three components of market orientation, namely intelligence generation and intelligence responsiveness also displayed statistically significant differences between each component and the two sectors. Thirdly, organizational commitment, team spirit and customer satisfaction were significantly different between the two sectors. These findings suggest the need for a sustained and systematic study aimed at finding out the relative importance of market orientation in different sectors. Such a study may be helpful in suggesting differentiated marketing orientation emphases that may help firms optimize their marketing budget. Notwithstanding the several scholarly works on market orientation and firm performance, the value of market orientation in sub-Saharan Africa has only begun to receive attention in Africa. Research evidence is scanty in the case of Botswana.

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A major boost to the website performance of up-scale hotels in Vietnam

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Factors of communication mix on social media and their role in forming customer experience and brand image

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Enhancing the organizational citizenship behavior for the environment: the roles of green training and organizational culture

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Public reactions towards wind energy instalments. Case study: Romania and the Netherlands

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Trends in the internationalization of European higher education in a convergence perspective

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Employing nation branding in the Middle East - United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Qatar

, industry and tourism to cities, states and nations. New York: Free Press. Lee, H. and Jain, D. (2009), “Dubai's brand assessment success and failure in brand management-part 1”, Place Branding and Public Diplomacy , Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 234-246. Nicolescu, L., Cojanu, V., Popescu, A.I. and Drăghici, A. (2007). Developing Country Branding: A Key Factor for International Competitiveness, International Conference 17-19 May, 2007, Proceedings „Globalization and Policies of Development”. Bucharest: SNSPA, pp. 285-291. Nicolescu, L., Păun, C., Popescu, A

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