Posted in LORTON SCRIBBLINGS, Responsible Tourism, Sustainable Tourism, The Business of Tourism
Sustainable supply chain management deals with the dialogue companies create with their suppliers in order to prevent violations of fundamental human rights and international environmental standards. On the whole, it means to deliver expectations on social and environmental responsibility in accordance with internationally recognised principles and rights, such as those defined by the UN.
Posted in LORTON SCRIBBLINGS, Responsible Tourism, The Business of Tourism
From how you recruit and pay employees, to your purchasing behaviour and business relationships, your economic practices will have a substantial impact on the local economy.
As a responsible tourism operator, you should try to minimise the revenue that “leaks” out of your local area. Employing and purchasing locally and setting up business relationships with local people will help to create...
Posted in LORTON SCRIBBLINGS, The Business of Tourism
The success of any nation, district, or town’s tourism sector is ultimately dependent on the performance of the businesses within it. If they are successful, the sector will keep growing, which will deliver significant benefits to the businesses themselves, to their communities, and to the national economy as a whole.
SUCCESSFUL TOURISM BUSINESSES
Successful businesses will underpin a...