Hotel management

Hotel industry includes different skills such as management, food and beverage service, housekeeping, front office operation, sales and marketing, accounting. With the growing corporate as well as the tourism sectors, the hotel industry has become a very competitive one. Thus, the industry is now offering very lucrative careers to the youngsters.

Eligibility Criteria

   
1 Diploma course after 10th : To apply for diploma course a candidate must have passed Class 10th exam from a recognized board with minimum 40% marks.
2 Bachelors Degree : For bachelors degree a candidate must have passed Class 10+2 examination with at least 50% marks.
3 Post graduation degree : To be eligible for post graduation management programme a candidate must have passed Bachelors degree from a recognized university with at least 45% marks.
4 Certificate course: If a candidate wants to apply to certificate degree he/she should have completed minimum eligibility criteria the programme.

Scope

Higher studies options are Master of Hotel Management, Master of Science in Hotel Management, Master of Business Administration in Tourism and Hotel Management, Master of Philosophy in Tourism and Hotel Management, Master of Science in Hospitality Administration, Post Graduate Diploma in Accommodation Operation and Management, Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics and Hospital Food Service, Post Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management (PGDHM), Post Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management and Catering Technology, Post Graduate Diploma in Tourism and Hotel Management

The Job is available for students of hotel management are quite high nowadays. Many avenues are opening up of graduates of hotel management in private and public sectors. The fast developing technologies as well as the scientific developments also contributes to the well facilitated and sophisticated services of this industry. They can apply for

   
1 Front office Manager
2 Food and Beverage Manager
3 Banquets Manager
4 Human Resources and Secretary
5 Air Hostess and Flight Stewards
6 Assistant restaurant manager
7 Restaurant manager
8 Bar Manager
9 House Keeping Manager
10 Hotel Administration
11 Dietician
12 Travel & Tourism Management, etc.

Hotel management

Hotel industry includes different skills such as management, food and beverage service, housekeeping, front office operation, sales and marketing, accounting. With the growing corporate as well as the tourism sectors, the hotel industry has become a very competitive one. Thus, the industry is now offering very lucrative careers to the youngsters.

Eligibility Criteria

   
1 Diploma course after 10th : To apply for diploma course a candidate must have passed Class 10th exam from a recognized board with minimum 40% marks.
2 Bachelors Degree : For bachelors degree a candidate must have passed Class 10+2 examination with at least 50% marks.
3 Post graduation degree : To be eligible for post graduation management programme a candidate must have passed Bachelors degree from a recognized university with at least 45% marks.
4 Certificate course: If a candidate wants to apply to certificate degree he/she should have completed minimum eligibility criteria the programme.

Scope

Higher studies options are Master of Hotel Management, Master of Science in Hotel Management, Master of Business Administration in Tourism and Hotel Management, Master of Philosophy in Tourism and Hotel Management, Master of Science in Hospitality Administration, Post Graduate Diploma in Accommodation Operation and Management, Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics and Hospital Food Service, Post Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management (PGDHM), Post Graduate Diploma in Hotel Management and Catering Technology, Post Graduate Diploma in Tourism and Hotel Management

The Job is available for students of hotel management are quite high nowadays. Many avenues are opening up of graduates of hotel management in private and public sectors. The fast developing technologies as well as the scientific developments also contributes to the well facilitated and sophisticated services of this industry. They can apply for

   
1 Front office Manager
2 Food and Beverage Manager
3 Banquets Manager
4 Human Resources and Secretary
5 Air Hostess and Flight Stewards
6 Assistant restaurant manager
7 Restaurant manager
8 Bar Manager
9 House Keeping Manager
10 Hotel Administration
11 Dietician
12 Travel & Tourism Management, etc.

Interior Designing

An interior designer is a professional who is responsible for designing the interior portions of various buildings including homes, offices and various other establishments. The ultimate aim of an interior designer is to plan the living room to accomplish maximum functionality. Population explosion has led to a tremendous increase in the demand of good interior designers in the recent years. The various important factors to be considered in the work of an interior designer include Environmental Psychology, Architecture, Product Design, and Traditional Decoration. There is various graduate level as well as higher level courses in interior designing that aids an aspirant to become a good interior designer.

Eligibility Criteria

Under Graduate Courses: The eligibility required for Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts is a higher secondary (10+2) pass. Usually, the course duration for this course is 3-4 years in most of the institutes and universities. Foundation and specialization course are taught in the first and remaining years respectively.

Post Graduate Courses: Candidates seeking admission for post-graduate degree must complete their graduation in fine arts. The course duration is of 2 years that includes 1exam every year.

Scope

Work Profile for Interior Designers
Inspecting and surveying building, Working to a brief, which details what the space will be used for, Researching and drawing up rough plans, Negotiating fees and setting schedules for the project, Developing detailed designs and choosing materials, Supervising the work as it is carried out.

Job Opportunities for Interior Designing :
Interior designers are in great demand abroad as well. Aspirants with good communication skill as well as good innovative ideas have a lot of job opportunities there. There they will be offered attractive salary packages along with a lot of good perks. Almost every foreign country is in need of good interior designers today and that improves the career scope of aspirants in this field abroad

Fashion Designing

Fashion design is the applied art devoted to the designing of clothing and lifestyle accessories. This art is influenced by cultural and social attitudes and has evolved over time and place. Fashion designing has come a long way from the designer clothes worn by the royalty of the ancient world to the haute couture products of the present.

Fashion designing is one of the most lucrative, appealing, glamorous and exciting career options in today's world. If you have a penchant for creativity, style and originality, a career in fashion designing is the one tailor made for you. On one hand, the fashion industry satisfies both the creative fancies and the materialistic needs of the people. On the other hand, it promises glamour, fame, success and a high pay package to the talented people. However, it is also a demanding career, as fashion designers need to combine their creativity with managerial skills to sustain in this industry. Thus, if you can create magic with colors, shapes and designs, then just obtain a professional course to begin a successful career in the alluring world of fashion designing.

Eligibility Criteria

If you are thinking of pursuing fashion designing courses at the undergraduate level, then the minimum eligibility criterion is 10+2 with at least 50% marks. In case of post graduation courses in fashion designing, a graduation degree from a recognized university is a must. Admission is done through entrance tests followed by a group discussion and personal interview.

SCOPE

Career after Fashion Designing:
Fashion Design can be divided into three main branches — Garment design, Leather design, Accessory & Jeweler design. Here we will focus on Garment design. While the saying “clothes markets a man” merits debate, the fact is we no longer wear clothes to keep ourselves covered or warm, but to express our personality and “attitude”. This is where the fashion designer steps in, to help us make the correct fashion statement. Creating a style, using the right fabric, the right cut and a good finish, the designer turns out either a singular creation (one of its kind) that may sell for a king’s ransom, or more usually, outfits that will reach a retail outlet in different sizes and colours. In certain cases, the garment may even be mass-produced for a specific market. Garments include items of regular clothing, generally western style, although there is a growing local market for Indian style designer wear such as salwar-kameez, sherwanis, ghagra-cholis, kurtis and so on.

There are four courses of action that you can adopt to launch into the career of your dreams :

   
1 Apprenticeship under a flourishing, well-known designer.
2 Employment in an export house or garment manufacturing unit.
3 Freelancing for fashion houses and boutiques.
4 Self-employment, as in opening your boutique or manufacturing unit or an export outfit to showcase your talent.

Job Opportunities for Fashion Designing :
Fashion designing is among the exciting and demanding career options available in the present world scenario. In a nation like that of India, where garment and textile industries have been flourishing for many ages, the fashion industry in India is experiencing newer prospects and innovation. So if you have a weakness for style, creativity and originality then a career in fashion designing is just right for you! Apart from satisfying the materialistic requirements and creative inclinations, a career in fashion designing in India also promises success, fame, glamour and a high pay package for sure. Fashion designers can work in fields like planning and concept management, fashion marketing, fashion accessory design designer wear production, fashion media, design production management, quality control, and promotion of brands. Other areas include fashion consultant, personal stylist, costume designer, graphic designer, production pattern maker, technical designer, fashion coordinator, fabric buyer, fabric quality control manager, apparel production manager, illustrator, cutting assistant, show room sales representative and many more.

Animation

Animation Today who can forget characters like Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse? Over the years, these names have become household names in almost all the homes across the globe. The word animation is originated from a Latin word called ‘anima’ which means soul and hence the term Animation can be defined as the process or tool of bringing life to sketches and characters. Down the ages, people of all generations had a keen desire to draw sketches and figures. Initially the art of animation may have started with the cavemen as they drew pictures and sketches on the rocks surfaces. Today Animation industry is passing through a golden phase and has come forwarded as a special form of media. Animation industry now comprises of a multi-billion dollar industry. Animation is now has diversified into many branches each resulting in thousands of jobs to qualified animators. In animation industry, aspirants can further specialize as a 3D or 2D modeler, special FX Creator, Animator, Character Designer, Games Designer, and Interaction Designer. Many institutions and private educational institutes impart training in various aspects of animation industry.

Courses

   
1 B.Sc - Animation
2 BA - 3D Animation
3 BA - Animation
4 Diploma In 3D Animation
5 Diploma in Animation
6 PG Diploma in Animation
7 2D Animation
8 3D Animation
9 3D Animation (Maya)
10 Animation
11 Digital Graphics & Animation

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

There are many diploma and degree courses available to groom animators for this industry. Aspirants seeking a diploma a bachelor degree in animation should have passed 12th standard from any recognized board with minimum of 45% marks. Likewise, for postgraduate programs in animation training, one must have a bachelor's degree in any discipline preferably arts. One should ideally have a basic knowledge of handling computers. Popular institutes like Industrial Design Center (IDC), Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) and Indian Institute of Design (NID) have a stringent eligibility condition-only candidates with engineering background (architecture, technology or other engineering background or graduate of fine arts are welcome to apply.

SCOPE

Career after Animation:
Animation covers a wide spectrum of application and is used in various areas. After doing a course in animation, one can get a job in ad agencies, designing firms or multimedia companies. There is a good demand of various companies.
Entertainment industry offers lots of opportunities to animators in film and television industry, video and computer game industry, etc. Animators create presentations and animated items for web designing companies. Animation is also in demand by business firms for presentations and demos, Educational institutions for tutorials and presentations, ad agencies, engineering, fashion and interior designing industry, medical, and health industry.

Media, Films & Mass Communication

   
1 Film making & production
2 Multimedia communication
3 Event management
4 Journalism
5 Public Relation

Film making & production

Film/TV/radio production plays an important role in entertainment, journalism, professional sports, communications and marketing. Production specialists work with the technology and equipment needed to broadcast news programs or make motion pictures. Film producers and directors may work with videos, documentaries, short films, cartoons or feature films.

Training for film, TV and radio production includes courses in camera operation, lighting, sound engineering and video editing. Students learn about the electrical equipment used for broadcasts and recordings. Classes may be available in journalism, multimedia and communications programs. Film production classes could include computer graphics, visual effects, animation, cinematography and more.

Careers in film, TV and radio production include wide-ranging options such as producers, broadcast technicians, sound engineers and camera operators. These specialists may edit film or other media, or they may synchronize soundtracks with images. Multimedia producers may also work with corporate public relations and marketing; digital communications allow businesses to promote their products across the globe through online videos and social media.

Multimedia communication

Multimedia communications campaigns reach out to their audiences with a blend of different approaches, like music and video. Multimedia, also called rich content, may integrate text, audio, images and interactive features. Multimedia communications has a vast scope, for example, it may refer to online journalism, advertising, marketing, promotions or even social networking.

Multimedia communications courses cover a wide range of topics, from creative writing to graphic design to advanced digital photography. Technological basics include computer-aided design (CAD) programs, video editing tools and graphics imaging applications. You may also explore Web development, for example, the programming and scripting languages used in publishing content on the Internet.

Multimedia specialists work in industries like e-commerce, advertising, marketing, technology and entertainment. Careers include photojournalist, social media specialist and Web designer, depending on your qualifications. Web developers may create visual effects for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Multimedia communications projects often involve working both individually and with teams to meet clients' needs.

Event management

Event management is a process of organizing a professional and focused event, for a particular target audience. It involves visualizing concepts, planning, budgeting, organizing and executing events such as fashion shows, musical concerts, corporate seminars, exhibitions, wedding celebrations, theme parties, product launching etc. It is a good career option which does not require much investment and offers a lot of independence and flexibility. If you have a passion for conducting events, having good organizing ability and be flexible to work for long hours, you can make a successful career in this field.

The Scope

Today, there are a number of companies hosting and organizing events on a regular basis. These range from the small time private events to the large-scale international events. A good number of young people are entering in this field because they realize the potential of the market and the demand and supply situation. In fact, the most profitable aspect of this field is the need for creativity. And that is how and where one earns. The management of events calls, largely for coordination, from stage one. The first thing required is to get the orders for the event. This process is also known as pitching for an event. Usually, whether it is for small time events (birthday parties and weddings), or then for the larger ones assigned by companies (exhibitions and trade fairs), or the international concerts; the event manager/company is asked to submit a project report, with the finances involved. On the basis of this, the assignment is given to them.

Nature of the Job

An event manager has to first design the basic framework of the event. After which he/she prepares the marketing plans, hunts for sponsors, works on the logistics, locates the site/destination, contacts vendors, hires performers, prints/mails invitation cards, creates menus, looks after the stage/lights, books the artistes, arranges for transport for different people, and on the event day, co-ordinates, plans and finalizes every aspect of the event. Event managers usually start working months before the event. Sometimes, in order to make the work easier, large event management companies hire the services of smaller companies on a contract basis.


Journalism

Journalism involves the discovery and reporting of news and important events at the world, national and local level. The profession includes reporters for media ranging from the Web to newspapers, as well as other staff working on research, editing and production. Traditionally, journalists uncovered the news and shared the facts and their analysis with the public. With digital communications, people can now post their own instant commentary on current events as online blogs or tweets.

Journalism studies focus on communications, for example, writing, editing, public speaking, photography and video or film making. Classes in government, international relations, political science or public policy may also apply. Journalism courses may cover production techniques and technology for broadcasting or publishing.

Careers for journalists include reporters, correspondents and news analysts working for newspapers, magazines, websites, TV and radio. Reporters and correspondents do research on topics and conduct interviews, while photojournalists create a visual record of events to complement news stories. Journalists may specialize in an area such as sports or international politics, or they may choose a specific type of writing, such as editorials and opinion pieces.


Public Relation

Public relations (PR) specialists work to build a positive image for their employer or clients through print, online and visual media. PR often entails writing press releases and speeches or developing content for websites, blogs and social media such as Facebook and Twitter. PR professionals may also serve as media contacts or spokespeople on radio, TV or in newspapers.

Studies in public relations usually include classes in market research or advertising to help students determine target audiences and find effective ways to reach them. To become a clear, persuasive communicator, consider additional courses in public speaking, copywriting or journalism.

Public relations specialists often work for corporations, non-profit organizations, government agencies and other employers. Examples of PR jobs include speech writer, communications specialist, media liaison, fund-raiser and director of public relations.

Law

As our laws are so complex, the work of Lawyers and Judges is very significant. Moreover, as the society is getting more civic conscious and aware about the legal framework, the jobs in Law are also gaining popularity and high scope. A lawyer is an individual licensed by the state to engage in the practice of law and advise clients on legal matters. Lawyers act as both advocates and advisors on behalf of their clients. As advocates, they represent either the plaintiff or the defendant and advance their client’s case through oral argument or written documents such as motions and briefs. As advisors, lawyers counsel clients on how the facts of their particular case apply to

Course Details

One can either pursue a three-year law course (LLB) after graduation in any discipline or a five-year course after twelfth standard examinations, leading to a BA LLB (Hons). LLB course is sponsored by the Bar Council of India. Generally, eligibility for LLB is on the basis of marks scored at the graduation examinations. However, there are some Universities that conduct entrance tests too. Certain institutions like National Law School in Bangalore conduct an All India Entrance examination.

The BA LLB programme usually covers practical training including court attendance, hands on training at legal aid centers and research projects. To be able to practice, it is mandatory to put in a year’s internship. This may be done during the course of the final year. In addition to LL.B. degree, many universities and institutes also offer other diploma courses in several disciplines of law. P.G. Programmes in law (LLM) are of 2 years duration & eligibility is LLB degree. There are various branches of specialization in law like civil law, criminal law, corporate law, income tax law, international law, labour law, constitutional law, and patent law etc.

Career Prospects

Lawyers can find employment opportunities in public and private sector organizations. Most Lawyers prefer to become an advocate and practice law as a profession. For that they have to enroll with the Local/State/Central Bar Council. Central/State Government jobs are also open to Lawyers. They can be appointed as Judges of various courts, as Attorney and Solicitor General, as Public Prosecutor and also in Defense, Tax and Labour departments. Moreover Lawyer can also work as legal counsel and legal advisers for firms, organizations and families. They also can be appointed as Company Secretaries in various firms.

They also can work with legal consultancy firms dealing with tax, excise, patent, labour and environmental laws. They also can work as trustees of various trusts, law reporters in media industries. Besides Lawyers have also ample career options in Law schools and collages as a teacher/professor. In addition to this Lawyers also can join politics because they have large public contacts. These non-profit organizations like NGOs are need the service of Lawyers. International agencies like UNO, ILO, and ICJ also employ Lawyers of good reputation and track records

LLB (Bachelor of Legislative Law)

The profession of lawyer suits best to people who have good presence of mind and who can very strongly put their view forward. These professionals find a respectable place in the society. There is lot of scope for the candidates after completing LLB. Many options are available for candidates who want to pursue their studies. The aspirants have lot of opportunities is government sector as well as private sector after completing LLB.

Higher studies after LLB

The most common post graduation course after LLB is LLM. There are many courses which a candidate can pursue after completing LLB. Some of them are listed below.

   
1 Certificate Course in InfoTech Law
2 Certificate Course in Cyber Laws
3 Diploma in Co-operative Law
4 Diploma in Administrative Laws
5 Diploma in Corporate Laws and Management
6 Diploma in Alternative Dispute Resolution System
7 Diploma in Human Rights
8 Diploma in Environmental Laws
9 Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights
10 Diploma in Labor Laws (D.L.L)
11 Diploma in Labor Law and Personnel Management
12 Diploma in Labor Laws and Labor Welfare
13 Diploma in International Laws
14 Diploma in Taxation Laws
15 Diploma in Labor Laws and Industrial Relations
16 Doctor of Laws (LL.D)
17 Integrated BA LLB
18 M.A. Human Rights
19 M.Phil. Law
20 M.A. Human Rights and Duties Education
21 Master of Comparative Laws (MCL)
22 P.G Diploma in Women’s Rights and Human Rights
23 Master of Law (LLM)
24 Ph.D. Law

Job opportunities after LLB

There are many opportunities after completing LLB. Most of the aspirants prefer to make law as their profession and become lawyer. There is opportunity for LLB graduates as lawyers in state and central government. The aspirants can be placed as attorney generals, judges, public prosecutor, etc. They can find opportunities in Defense, Tax, and Labor departments. The candidates can also work as legal advisors for organizations, firms, and families. Apart from being lawyers, the graduates can work in banks, business houses, legal consultancies, educational institutes, news papers, news channels, sales and excise departments. Another scope for candidates after LLB is to complete LLM and join as lecturer in any private or government institute. There are many institutions in India where the candidates can find large opportunities.

In most of the firms the aspirants are recruited after they have cleared written test and interview. The basic necessity for the entire written test is to have a strong knowledge in all the fundamental subjects. The candidate should prepare well in advance for all these tests. They can join any coaching class if they find difficulty in learning. Now days, many reference books are easily available in market. This will help the students to be better prepared for the exams.

Tourism

Tourism is an activity done by an individual or a group of individuals, which leads to a motion from a place to another. From a country to another for performing a specific task, or it is a visit to a place or several places in the purpose of entertaining which leads to an awareness of other civilizations and cultures, also increasing the knowledge of countries, cultures, and history

The business sectors comprising the tourism industry include: transportation, accommodations, eating and drinking establishments, shops, entertainment venues, activity facilities, and a variety of hospitality service providers who cater to individuals or groups traveling away from home. Tourism product is not produced by a single business, nonprofit organization, or governmental agency; rather, it is defined as “a satisfying visitor experience.” This definition encompasses every activity and experience that a tourist encounters during his or her entire trip away from home. Tourism has a direct impact on the national revenue for all touristic countries, it creates work opportunities, industries, and several investments to serve and raise nations performance and cultures, also distributes their history, civilization, and traditions

Some UG & PG courses available for Tourism, These courses deals with principles, policies and practices of tourism, customer relationship management, communication skills, behavioral science, even management, marketing and sales, destination management, airline management, etc.

Types of Tourism

Tourism can be classified into the following types:

   
1 Inbound International traveling in another country.
2 Domestic tourism : Residents of the given country traveling only within this country.
3 Tourism : Non-residents traveling in the given country.
4 Outbound International tourism : Residents

Most popular categories of tourism

The Tourism industry has developed through the years and presently is one of the most diversified, customized and specialized industries. We would like to introduce some of the most popular types of tourism worldwide where tourists are categorized by the purpose of their visit.

Leisure Tourism

Leisure time can be defined as “free time”, not doing any work. It is that time to do things that you normally have no time for in your daily life. Leisure tourism includes a holiday with the following:

   
1 Relaxation: Sleep, relax, reading, walk on the beach, taking a scenic drive
2 Sport activities: hiking, swimming, surfing, running
3 Visit places of interest and local attractions
4 Visiting friends and relatives
5 Shopping for goods that will be used by the tourist.

Business Tourism

Business tourism can be defined as “travel for the purpose of business”. Business Tourism can be divided into three sections :

   
1 Trading for goods to be resold on a wholesale basis
2 Conduct business transactions e.g. visiting a client, contract negotiations
3 Attending a conference, exhibition or event associated with their business.

Medical Tourism

Medical Tourism involves people who travel to a different place to receive treatment for a disease, health condition, or a surgical procedure, and who are seeking lower cost of healthcare and higher quality of care. Favorite procedures in medical tourism include Cardiology, Cardiothoracic, Cosmetic Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Weight Loss, Neuron, Eye, Orthopedic Surgery, as well as Organ Transplants (kidney). Medical Tourism services include medical facilitation, travel arrangements, accommodation, transportation and tour packages.

Cultural Tourism

Cultural tourism or sometimes referred to as heritage tourism is the division of tourism concerned with the region’s culture, specifically the lifestyle and history of the people, their art, architecture, religion and other elements. Cultural tourism includes cultural facilities such as museums, theatres and festivals. This is one of the most popular types of tourism and attracts tourists from different parts of the world.

Adventure Tourism

Adventure tourism is an outdoor activity that generally takes place in an unusual, remote or a wilderness area. This adventurous activity can take place in the sea, in rivers, in the air, in mountains and is associated with low or high levels of physical activity. There are many types of products and services that fall within the Adventure Tourism category such as: bungee jumping, mountaineering expeditions, rafting, rock climbing, diving, wind surfing, paragliding and many more.

Wellness Tourism

Wellness tourism is one of the fastest growing forms of international and domestic tourism. This form of tourism involves people who travel to a different place to pursue activities that maintain or enhance their personal health and wellness, and who are seeking unique, authentic or location-based experiences. Wellness tourism include massages, body treatments, facial treatments, exercise facilities & programs, weight loss programs, nutrition programs, pre- and post-operative Spa treatments and mind/body programs.

Eco Tourism

Ecotourism is “Responsible travel to natural (unspoilt) areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people.” The purpose of ecotourism is to educate the traveler about natural destinations, to provide ecological conservation and awareness, to benefit economic development, the political empowerment of local communities and respect for the local culture. Here the traveler can experience the natural way of life surrounded by natural circumstances.

Sports Tourism

Sports tourism refers to international travel either for viewing or participating in a sporting event. Examples include international sporting events such as the Olympics, world cup (soccer, rugby, and cricket), tennis, golf and Formula 1 Grand Prix.

Religious Tourism

Religious Tourism or faith tourism are people of faith who travel on their own or in groups to holy cities or holy sites for pilgrimages, crusades, conventions, retreats, religious tourist attractions or missionary work.

Wildlife Tourism

Wildlife tourism is the observation of wild (non-domestic) animals in their natural environment or in captivity. It includes activities such as photography, viewing and feeding of animals. This form of tourism offer tourists customized tour packages and safaris and is closely associated with eco-tourism and sustainable-tourism. Other minor forms of tourism include Slum tourism, Luxury tourism, Agritourism, Geo-tourism, culinary tourism and many more.

Tourism is also a profitable industry for the following sectors: accommodation venues, tour guides, recreation, attractions, events and conferences, food and beverage, transportation and the travel trade.

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