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Tourist Destination: Bali Island

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  • 1. Tourist Destination: Bali Island
    • By
    • Sarodjo “Joe” Pawirodikromo
  • 2. Agendas
    • ■ Overview
    • ■ Product
    • ■ Price
    • ■ Place
    • ■ Promotion
    • ■ Summary
  • 3. Overview
    • Location
    • Culture
    • Art and performance
  • 4. Marketing Mix
    • ■ Product
    • • Tourist destination
    • • Beautiful beaches
    • • Traditional music and dance
    • • Ancient temples
  • 5. Marketing Mix
    • ■ Price
        • The price to get to Bali/The transportation
        • price
        • The visas price
    • • The price tourists must pay when they are in
    • Bali
  • 6. Marketing Mix
    • ■ Place
    • • The location of Bali
    • • Why Bali?
    • 1. Beautiful beaches
    • 2. Ancient temples
    • 3. Traditional music and
    • dance
  • 7. Marketing Mix
    • ■ Promotion
    • • The business sector
    • 1. Sales promotion
    • 2. Advertising
    • 3. Direct marketing
    • 4. Work with local government to improve products and services in Bali
    • • The local government sector
    • 1. Forming a marketing team
    • 2. Making an effective marketing plan
    • 3. Execute the plan
    • • The central government sector
    • 1. Establish laws on immigration and tourism
    • 2. Establish laws on immigration and investment
    • 3. Work with the local government to improve products and services in Bali
  • 8. Customers
    • Domestic and international tourists/visitors
    • Domestic and international investors
    • Domestic and international officials
  • 9. Summary
    • ■ Bali has unique and interesting tourist objects
    • ■ Bali will be, always be, a fascinating tourist destination for people
    • ■ Tourists will always remember Bali Island
  • 10. Questions?
  • 11. References
    • ■ Armstrong, G. & Kotler, P. (2009). Marketing: An introduction
    • Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.
    • ■ Gubman, E. (2003). The engaging leader: Winning with today’s free agent workforce
    • Chicago, IL: Dearborn Trade Publishing.
    • ■ Kaplan, S. R. & Norton, P. D. (2006). Alignment: Using balance scorecard to create synergies
    • Boston, MS: Harvard Business School Press.
    • ■ http://projectvisa.com
    • Visa information: Visa information for indonesia
    • Retrieved Sunday, February 22, 2009
    • ■ http://www.threebestbeaches.com/asia/bali
    • Three best beaches – Bali: Best beaches of bali
    • Retrieved Monday, February 16, 2009
    • ■ http://bali.romanticholidayguides.com/
    • Bali romantic holiday destination guides: Why bali
    • Retrieved Tuesday, February 17, 2009
    • ■ http://www.bali-indonesia.com/beaches/index.html
    • Bali beaches guide: Everything you need to know about bali beaches
    • Retrieved Monday, February 16, 2009

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