International Journal of Tourism and Hotel Management
2021, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A
A study on the tourism intentions of management professionals with reference to Coimbatore city
Asiqjamal JK, Rakul KS, Siddarth Sajeev, Dr. D Divya Prabha and Dr. VB Mathipurani
Traditionally and historically, pilgrimage has been defined as: a physical journey in search of truth, in search by what is sacred or holy; a journey resulting from religious causes, externally to a holy site, and internally for spiritual purposes and internal understanding; not mindless movements or migrations either; a type of ‘circulation’; and a form of population mobility. The concept of mobility encompasses large-scale movements of people, objects, capital and information throughout the world, as well as more local processes of daily transportation, movement through public space, and the movement of material things in everyday life. The main objective is to understand the expectation from tourism intention of management professionals. For this purpose a sample of 104 was collected from the respondents and percentage analysis and chi-square were used a tool to analyze the data and the conclusion is that the customers are satisfied towards various offers and websites of the company but it has to be further developed in future to know increase the sales volume of the companies.
Asiqjamal JK, Rakul KS, Siddarth Sajeev, Dr. D Divya Prabha, Dr. VB Mathipurani. A study on the tourism intentions of management professionals with reference to Coimbatore city. Int J Tourism Hotel Manage 2021;3(1):31-36.