The travel and hotel industry is composed of a complicated web of connections between several suppliers, travel products, destination marketing organizations, tour operators, and travel brokers, among many others.
Travel-related businesses and services include those that aid in scheduling and planning aspects of the visitor experience. Some of the services that promote the growth of the tourism sector and the provision of memorable guest experiences are not included in the NAICS categorization.
This chapter will cover both the Hotels World & travel services activities and some other tourism services to make sure you have a thorough understanding of the tourist business in British Columbia.
We will first go over the elements of travel services listed under NAICS, examining the purpose of each category and how it interacts:
Travel booking websites (Find a Hotel)
companies that market to tourists (DMOs)
Following these descriptions and definitions, we'll look at some other support roles that are included in the category of tourism services. These include sector organizations, human resources departments for the tourist and hospitality industries, organizations that offer training, educational facilities, government departments and agencies, offices for economic development and city planning, and consultants.
Finally, we'll examine problems and developments in domestic and international Hotels in the World - Travel + Leisure services.