Selling and Marketing the Tourism Product
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In order to achieve commercial success, tourism product designers and distributors offer products specifically adapted to the needs of the consumer. These are sold at competitive prices and should be perceived to have a good quality—price ratio. The tour operator packaging and selling tourism products should enjoy a high reputation and an image of quality. Success depends on an expert knowledge of the market, skilful packaging of the products and an ability to commercialise them.
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