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Exploring Chinese cultural influences and hospitality marketing relationships | Emerald Insight
Southeast Asia has seen significant growth in its hospitality industry, boosted by increasing number of global visitors and tourism spending. Most of the growth in the global hotel industry in came from major hotel groups. Investment capital into hospitality assets into China totalled USD 2. International hotel groups are rapidly expanding into Asian hospitality and hotel market, focusing their efforts particularly in China, India, Indonesia and Hong Kong. The event is designed to serve the dynamic and diversifying hotel, hospitality, tourism and food businesses of South Asia. Our goal is to connect like-minded businesses from all over the world.
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Exploring Chinese cultural influences and hospitality marketing relationships
Marketing has always been recognised as an economic activity involving the exchange of goods and services. Nevertheless, the influence on business activity of cultural differences is obvious but not simple to analyse, describe or categorise. Therefore, the cultural aspect of marketing remains a weak and subsidiary element in the theoretical realm of hospitality management. It has been suggested that cultural differences are an important influence on the successful outcomes of business.
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