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SEKOLAH TINGGI
P A R I W I S A T A
T R I S A K T I
Welcome to
Tourism Destination
Stakeholders
Dr. Myrza Rahmanita, SE, M....
Tourism
Destination
Stakeholders
?
2.2
1. There are many public and private sector stakeholders
who are engaged in fulfilling
•the functions of destination manag...
1. There are many public and private sector stakeholders
who are engaged in fulfilling
•Attractions, events and cultural o...
Tourism Stakeholders (Gutierrez et al., 2005)
2. Mechanisms for co-ordination
and co-operation
The following mechanisms
may be used for coordination
and co-operation be...
And/or
Integrated product development and promotion projects.
Bringing together partners for focused project planning
(inc...
3. The process
Destination Management Plan (DMP) is a
key instrument for building partnership and
commitment.
•Integrate t...
Tourism destination is the area or
geographic regions that are within
one or more administrative regions
in which there ar...
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2.2 Definition of Destination stakeholders

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Definition of Destination stakeholders

  1. 1. SEKOLAH TINGGI P A R I W I S A T A T R I S A K T I Welcome to Tourism Destination Stakeholders Dr. Myrza Rahmanita, SE, M.Sc
  2. 2. Tourism Destination Stakeholders ? 2.2
  3. 3. 1. There are many public and private sector stakeholders who are engaged in fulfilling •the functions of destination management: •National and regional/provincial government; •Economic development agencies; •Local authorities/government; •Town centre management organisations; •National Park authorities; •Transport providers;
  4. 4. 1. There are many public and private sector stakeholders who are engaged in fulfilling •Attractions, events and cultural organisations; •Accommodation providers; •Restaurant, leisure and retail operators; •Intermediaries (for example tour operators and conference organisers); •Destination representation agencies; •Media; •Local tourism consortia and partnerships; •Business support agencies; •Skills development organisations.
  5. 5. Tourism Stakeholders (Gutierrez et al., 2005)
  6. 6. 2. Mechanisms for co-ordination and co-operation The following mechanisms may be used for coordination and co-operation between stakeholders: A tourism development and management partnership/liaison group (perhaps called a Tourism o Action Group), overseeing: o Joint strategy development. o Joint destination management planning. o Implementation on a coordinated basis.
  7. 7. And/or Integrated product development and promotion projects. Bringing together partners for focused project planning (including investment planning) and implementation over specific timescale
  8. 8. 3. The process Destination Management Plan (DMP) is a key instrument for building partnership and commitment. •Integrate the actions of separate organisations; •Confirm and strengthen the link between strategy and action; •Apply the DMO’s knowledge and expertise to the project planning of other organisations; •Foster an evidence-based and learning approach to destination promotion and management
  9. 9. Tourism destination is the area or geographic regions that are within one or more administrative regions in which there are elements: Attractiveness, facilities, accessibility and community Interrelated and complementary to the realization of tourism activities with the support of management and regulation So........

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