Profession tourism policy director
Tourism policy directors develop and implement policies to improve tourism to their region. They develop marketing plans to promote the region in foreign regions, and monitor the operation of the tourism industry. They conduct research to investigate how tourism policies could be improved and implemented and investigate the benefits of the tourism industry to the government.
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- Enterprising / Investigative
- Environmental impact of tourism
The study of the environmental impact of travel and tourist activities on tour destinations.
- Tourist resources of a destination for further development
The study of touristic resources in a specific area and its potential for further development of new touristic services and events.
- Tourism market
The study of the tourism market on a international, regional and local level and considering worldwide tourist destinations.
- Develop tourism policies
Develop strategies for the improvement of the tourism market and operations in a country, and to promote the country as a tourism destination.
- Coordinate public-private partnerships in tourism
Oversee public and private partners to achieve touristic development.
- Deliver presentations on tourism
Make presentations about the tourism industry in general and about specific tourist attractions.
- Assess an area as a tourism destination
Evaluate an area by analysing its typology, characteristics and its application as a tourist resource.