Brikend Aziri, Alexandru Nedelea


The tourism sector is gaining increased importance for the economic development of countries around the world. The purpose of this paper is to give a theoretical overview of the classical and contemporary business strategies that can be implemented in a more or less modified form by tourism companies in different countries.


Business strategies; tourism; tourism marketing strategies


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