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Title: Entrepreneurial Crafts and the Tourism Industry
Author(s): Fillis, Ian
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Editor(s): Ateljevic, J
Page, SJ
Citation: Fillis I (2009) Entrepreneurial Crafts and the Tourism Industry. In: Ateljevic J & Page S (eds.) Tourism and Entrepreneurship: International Perspectives. Advances in Tourism Research. Oxford UK and Burlington MA: Elsevier (Butterworth-Heinemann), pp. 133-147.
Keywords: Small business Growth
Business enterprises
Issue Date: May-2009
Date Deposited: 18-Mar-2010
Series/Report no.: Advances in Tourism Research
Abstract: This chapter evaluates how the craft firm engages with tourism and other economic sectors to ensure profitability through creative, entrepreneurial ways of overcoming a range of physical and perceptual barriers to growth.
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