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Education Sector As A Stakeholder Of Destination Management Organizations: Cooperation Of Local DMOs With Educational Institutions

J. Borzyszkowski, M. Marczak
Published 2015 · Business

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The main purpose of this article is to present the activities of local DMOs (destination management organizations) in the context of the development of the tourist education sector in Poland. The article provides the results of the authors’ research on the collaboration between DMOs and the representatives of the educational sector in Poland, especially in the area of the training of professionally prepared personnel for the operation of the market of tourist services.
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