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MBA TOURISM @ Money Show

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This presentation was made for the 1st conference of University of Piraeus's MBA Tourism Society. …

This presentation was made for the 1st conference of University of Piraeus's MBA Tourism Society.
The scope of the presentation was to turn up the tables of tourism academians and practitioners on the way Tourism is perceived in Greece and Internationally.

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  • Η επιμήκυνση της τουριστικής περιόδου, η αύξηση του τουριστικού ρεύματος στη χώρα μας, η αύξηση της ποιότητας των επισκεπτών και, γενικότερα, η μεγέθυνση των θετικών επιδράσεων του τουρισμού στην Ελληνική Οικονομία, έχει μία απαραίτητη και βασικότατη προϋπόθεση, την αναβάθμιση των παρεχομένων υπηρεσιών στους τουρίστες και την ανάπτυξη του ανθρώπινου δυναμικού μέσω αναβάθμισης της τουριστικής εκπαίδευσης.
  • (Refers to slide 36) But the most important implication of the results is that False perceptions might lead to ineffective decision making for marketing in terms of segmentation, positioning and marketing mix formulation.
  • (Refers to slide 41) THANK U
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    • 1. Ο ΤΟΥΡΙΣΜΟΣ ΩΣ ΕΜΠΕΙΡΙΑ MBA TOURISM @ MONEY SHOW 2009 Γεωργία Ζούνη Υπ. Διδάκτωρ Τουριστικού Μάρκετινγκ Πανεπιστήμιο Πειραιώς
    • 2. Παρουσιάσου…
      • Μάρκετινγκ, ΑΣΟΕΕ
      • MBA Τουρισμού, Παν. Πειραιώς
      1η φουρνιά
    • 3. Ουσιαστικά είμαι… Ή έστω θα ήθελα να είμαι !
    • 4. Αλλά μάλλον είμαι…
    • 5. Εγώ επιπλέον είμαι…
    • 6. Άρα εγώ παρουσιάστηκα!
    • 7. ΠΟΙΟΣ ΑΣΧΟΛΕΙΤΑΙ ΜΕ ΤΟΝ ΤΟΥΡΙΣΜΟ; ΣΤΗΝ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ ΒΕΒΑΙΩΣ ΒΕΒΑΙΩΣ 1 η ερώτηση
    • 8. ΕΠΑΓΓΕΛΜΑΤΙΑΣ ΤΟΥΡΙΣΜΟΥ - Ελλάδα STASOUUUUUUUUUUU…MIGDALAAAA
    • 9. NEW VERSION ΕΠΑΓΓΕΛΜΑΤΙΑΣ ΤΟΥΡΙΣΜΟΥ
    • 10. Τουρισμός στην Ελλάδα= ΦΙΛΟΣΟΦΙΑ “ Come with me gia na tin vreis, na glentisume together, h anamnhsh ap'th Greece, tha su meinei gia for ever ” Gardelis, 1982 wow! Ο ΤΟΥΡΙΣΜΟΣ ΩΣ ΕΜΠΕΙΡΙΑ !
    • 11. Τουρισμός στην Ελλάδα= ΦΙΛΟΣΟΦΙΑ Gardelis, 1982
    • 12. ΓΙΑΤΙ ΜΑΣ ΒΛΕΠΟΥΝ ΕΤΣΙ; ΓΙΑΤΙ ΔΕΝ ΜΑΣ ΠΑΙΖΟΥΝ ΜΑΜΑ;
    • 13.
      • Να φύγουμε,
      • να πάμε αλλού;
    • 14.  
    • 15. Hallelujah !
      • ΝΕΑ ΔΕΔΟΜΕΝΑ ΣΕ ΘΕΩΡΙΑ + ΠΡΑΞΗ
    • 16. The 4Ps are neither 4 nor Ps any more! Gummesson, E. (2009).The Naples Forum on Services Marketing,Italy.
    • 17. Intangibility Heterogeneity Inseparability Perishability FORGET IT! IT’S RUBBISH! SERVICE MARKETING IS DIFFERENT FROM GOODS MARKETING IN 4 WAYS: Gummesson, E. (2009).The Naples Forum on Services Marketing,Italy.
    • 18. Goods and services always come together Suppliers make value propositions Customers do the value actualization Co-creation of value Customer-to-customer interaction, C2C NEW SERVICE DOMINANT LOGIC Introduced by Vargo and Lusch (2004), Journal of Marketing.
    • 19. 1960s-present 1990s-present 2000s- DEVELOPMENT OF THE RELATIONAL APPROACH TO MARKETING Traditional American marketing management and marketing mix Customer centric Centered on one party Customer Relationship marketing CRM One-to-one marketing Supplier Customer Relationship centric Centered on two parties Many-to-many marketing Network centric Centered on many parties
    • 20.  
    • 21.  
    • 22. Patient ANNA, 82 Network & systems manager 5 doctors prescribing 9+2 pills 23 diagnosed disorders 11 therapies comprising 41 components 55 specialists masseurs social assistants social insurance people nurses ambulance and taxi drivers an endless amount of capital goods and disposables Based on Akner, G. (2004). Multisjuklighet hos äldre. Malmö, Sweden: Liber.
    • 23. WHO CAN MANAGE THIS???
    • 24.  
    • 25. Tourism Services Marketing Goods Marketing TRADITIONAL APPROACH
    • 26. Tourism Services Marketing Goods Marketing NEW APPROACH Κουρεμένος
    • 27. Government EU Hotel chain headquarters Competing destinations Customers: tourists business travellers Tourist and Congress Office THE HOTEL GROUP Source: von Friedrichs Grängsjö, Yvonne and Gummesson, Evert, “Hotel Networks and Social Capital in Destination Marketing”, International Journal of Service Industry Management, 2008, Vol. 17, No.1, 58-75. The early applied field of network theory: TOURISM Hotels
    • 28. “ If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere”
    • 29. Eimai touristas kai to xairomai!
    • 30. www.slideshare.com/ georgiazouni

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