Textbook or pragmatism in marketing strategy - In today's business world, where trends change seemingly every second, companies are faced with the challenge of constantly rethinking their brand strategies. One question many ask themselves: Should you go strictly by the textbook or take a pragmatic approach? This article looks at both sides of the coin and shows how HERZBLUAT helps companies find the best path for their individual needs.
We examine the challenges facing the tourism sector, e.g. in Austria or the Arabian Peninsula, and how businesses can address them.
We talk about climate change, post-Covid-19, inflation and the shift towards an older target group.
It also shows how innovations, sustainable service and product development as well as marketing and advertising lead to economic success.
Let's take a look at sustainable ecotourism and compare the opportunities and possibilities for tourism destinations in the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Austria. We show how innovative sustainable service and product development, marketing and promotion are crucial for the economic success of tourism businesses.
In an ever-changing world, it is more important than ever for tourism organisations to develop innovative marketing strategies to increase visitor numbers and ensure economic success. We address the importance of sustainable tourism supply and product development and highlight the opportunities and competitive advantages that arise from integrating the relevant UN SDGs into the supply portfolio.
Digitalisation has the potential to revolutionise the tourism experience and increase the economic success of destinations and businesses. How innovative and sustainable product development, marketing and advertising can be combined with technology use to create an impressive guest experience.
The tourism industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the world, bringing both economic benefits and environmental challenges. More and more travellers are looking for sustainable travel experiences that support the environment as well as regional and local culture and economies. In this article, we take a behind-the-scenes look at how destinations can successfully position themselves for a green future, taking into account the goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda and the UNWTO (World Tourism Organization).