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World Tourist Processes and Georgia

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Tbilisi State UniversityThe title of the topic is “International touristy processes and Georgia”. From the topic we see the meaning of processes of globalisation and trans nationalization in tourism industry, which it is one of the main questions of the modern world.

Jakeli Beka

Tbilisi State Institute of Economic Relations

Faculty: Business Administration

Specialty: Commerce and Marketing of International Tourism Resorts and Hotels

Supervisor: Professor N. Kvarachelia

 

The perspectives of tourism development in Ureki.

The work represents the perspectives of tourism development in the Black Sea unique resort Ureki. On the basis of treatment questionnaire by German firm `Goppa~ 200 holidaymakers and local inhabitants participated in the analysis of marketing questionnaire which is about social environment and future of resorts. In spite of obstacles of developing of resort Ureki some kind of advances seem to appear.

We reckon that marketing questionnaire and its result will support as the resort administration as private entrepreneurs. The marketing questionnaire and its results give the opportunity of marketing interesting conclusions.

 

Darakhvelidze Nino

Tbilisi State Institute for Economic Relations

Faculty of Business Administration

Specialization: International Hospitality Management

Supervisor: Professor Nick Kvaratskhelia

Women’s Travel as a New Trend in World Tourism

 

People started to search the world in eighteenth century and are still thirsty for pleasure from knowledge and exotics. All this time women had been setting up their place in society. Now they are examining their opportunities and increasing their knowledge to help communities worldwide. As a result women’s travel as a new trend of world tourism has been established.

In the current work such areas as possible reasons for women’s travel, women-only services, advices for women to choose the tour correctly, packing for women adventure, travel safety are discussed. The main aspect of my issue is women’s travel possible development in Georgia.

The goal of this work is to make people see how important and interesting could be one women-only trip outside the country and how can such new business affect our country.

 

 

 

 

Dekanozishvili Ana

Tbilisi State University

Geography and Geology Faculty, Tourism Specialty, III Course Student

Supervisor: M. Khutashvili

 

Problems our Building Up the Territory of Krtsanisi Forest-Park and Its Buffer Zone.

 

2. Seychelles! Its very name seems to whisper of Paradise. And for most it is as close as they can get on earth. As your plane homes in on those tiny specks of land a thousand miles from anywhere in the glittering waters of the Indian Ocean – and thousands of miles from the strains and pressures of modern life – prepare to witness a miracle. There are deserted beaches of white sand washed by warm, clear seas, and shaded by leafy palms and kindly takamakas. All this in a country where there is no need to fear about your health, tropical diseases, or dodgy drinking water. As you might well expect of Paradise, Seychelles has none of these blights – not even malaria.

 

 

 

Tamuna Burdzgla

Tbilisi State Institute of Economic Relations

Business Administration. International Hospitality Management

Supervisor: Doctor N. Kezevadze

 

Problems our Building Up the Territory of Krtsanisi Forest-Park and Its Buffer Zone

 

The paper is discussing problems on administrative and territorial jointing, of the cities of Tbilisi and Rustavi populations, ecological problems, and creation of a recreation complex between the two cities. The best solutions to be found for the above problems will require not only the area, but certain financial support as well i.e. solid investments to be provided both on the side of the State and private investors.

 

 

 

Tamta Chincharauli

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Commerce and Marketing Faculty

Supervisor: teacher Maia Meladze

 

The Effect of the Tragic Event of September 11 on the Tourism of U.K.

 

The tragic events of September 11 effected tourism in every region of the world. U.K. is not exception. Britain’s top four tour operators cut capacity about 15% before Christmas 2000 when bookings were down by 40%. Since then reservation for summer season has improved. U.K. market is starting to pick up again.

 

 

 

 

 

Revaz Barbakadze

Supervisor: G. Bibilashvili

 

THE WAYS OF TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN GEORGIA

 

There are a lot of shortcomings in the process of tourism management in Georgia, which can be regulated by means of mutual concordance between the entrepreneurs, involved in the Government of the country and its tourism. It can be said, that the ways of tourism development in the country are in the hands of the Government, which is to solve the problems, such as perfection of legislative basis of tourism, reform of tax policy, training of staff in some extent as well, guarantee of stability etc, i.e. the environment, essential for tourism development is to be provided.

On the other hand, an entrepreneur must provide a world standard of its production, consider the experience of foreign firms and support training of specialists in the relevant field.

 

 

 

Giorgadze Tamari

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Commerce and Marketing Faculty

Supervisor:Dr. E. Malania

 

The development and caring out of optimal supervision programs in the hotel business, in competitive environment, is the one of the obligatory condition for the organizations that is included in this sphere. Receiving and processing the information about the new products, acceptable for public, and caring out the appropriate actions immediately, delivering appropriate high level products for all categories of people causes the success of organizations included in hotel industry and also makes their service attractive for people.

 

 

Devadze Maia

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Commerce and Marketing Faculty

Supervisor: Professor N. Todua

 

To obtain different types of information necessary for the preliminary analysis and market planing is essential for the manager in addition to the market research in tourism and hotel business.

 

 

 

Lekishvili Manana

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Commerce and Marketing Faculty

Supervisor: Professor N. Todua

 

Such a type of activity as tourism includes tour organization and hospitality industry. Market relations in the hospitality industry play an essential role particularly in the conditions of market economy.

 

 

Lutidze besiki

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Commerce and Marketing Faculty

Supervisor: T. Bukia

EntertamentIndustryinTourizm

 

Entertament occupies one of the important places in Tourizm Industry.

The aim of entertament industry is the creation of amusement conditions i.e. the complex of such conditions which an entertament procces is depended on.

 

 

Tsxvedadze Maia

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Commerce and Marketing Faculty

Supervisor: M. Meladze

 

Travel service organizers in Georgia

 

This topic is about travel agencies of Georgia, about their work and connections. Most of them don’t have full service, which mainly depends on existing requirements. Georgian travel agencies offer: ticket sales reservation, hotel booking, cargo service, travel insurance, conferences and meetings, visa support, leisure tours, business travels, study tours, adventure tours and others.

 

 

Abuashvili Eteri

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Commerce and Marketing Faculty

Supervisor: M. Meladze

 

Tourism and sport

 

Sport and tourism are probably the two activities that have the greatest social and economic repercussion in the world today. “Sport-oriented” tourism is already a global industry. Georgian has a good location, nice climate and beautiful nature, so the country has great abilities for development of different kinds of “Sport-oriented” tourism.

 

 

 

Gvianishvili Natia

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Commerce and Marketing Faculty

Supervisor: M. Meladze

 

Tourism in Mtskheta

 

In regards to history and architecture, Mtskheta is the most important treasures of Georgian culture.

It’s lustrous historical and cultural monuments: Svetitskhoveli, Samtavro Monastery, Shiomgvime Monastery, Jvari and Armaztsikhe ere the main factors to make the tourists interested in the city. There are more visitors coming in the city than tourists because it doesn’t need more than a day to see all the sights of the city.

We can say, that today Mtskheta can get not only visitors, but tourists too, as there are all the necessary objects for their accommodation in Mtskheta.

In future various faces of tourism will be developed in Mtskheta, as there are all the conditions for it, and this situation will be good for life of the city and another regions of Georgia.

 

 

Japaridze Alexander

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Commerce and Marketing Faculty

Supervisor: E.Maglakelidze

 

Some Aspects of National Tourism Conception

 

One of the important results of social-economic crisis is more and more shortened tourism sphere.Its rehabilitation and development is the aim of the national conception of tourism. Orientation must be taken on national cultural, historical and natural value system and territory and they must be included in the life cycle of Georgian people.

 

 

George Oghiashvili

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Commerce and Marketing Faculty

The second-year magistrate of The International Marketing and Foreign Trade Relations specialty

Supervisor: Professor Nugzar Todua

 

The Influence of Political and Economical

Crisis on Development of Tourism

 

According to the data of January 29, 2002, which was published on the web site of The World Tourism Organization (WTO) growing of tourism, has reduced. Compared to the 2000, the international arrivals slipped by 1,3%, be to the terrorist attacks of September 11 and the International Economical crisis.

The tragic events of September 11 affected tourism in every region of the world, but even before that there was a cooling in growth of outbound travel from countries like Germany, Japan and the USA.

International tourist arrivals totaled 689 million in 2001, compared to 697 million in 2000.

WTO estimates that in 2001, from January to August, arrivals worldwide grew by 3%, but the last four months of 2001 suffered a drop of 11%. Other events that had a negative impact on the tourism industry last year included the outbreak of foot and mouth disease in the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Netherlands, which resulted in drops of 5-6% during the first eight months of 2001; the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the economic crisis in Argentina, depressed travel in the Middle East and South America.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tinatin Toroshelidze

Kutaisi A. Tsereteli state University Law faculty.

Supervisor: D. chakhvashvili


The future of the tourism of Georgia and its legislative basis

 

In the given work the perspectives of development of tourist business security matters and regulation with the certain legislative basis are examined.

 

 

Chachua Lela

Kutaisi Technical University

Humanitarian-Technical Faculty

Hotel and Tourism Management

Supervisor: N. Qarqashadze

 

The problems connected to the professionalism of people working in the branch of truism


The problems connected to the professionalism of people working in the branch of truism are discussed in this theme, and practically and theoretically solve these ones. The main accent is transferred on the preference of students studding in high schools and finances to cut this question.

 

 

Helen Pourtseladze

Georgian State Technical University

Humanitarian-Technical Faculty

Tourism Business

Supervisor: M. Piranashvili

Italy

 

The term paper is dedicated to Italy and consists of several chapters. In chapter 1 the geographical location of Italy and its peculiarities, the mountains and bordering countries are described. The importance of geographical location of Italy for European trade and economy is emphasized. Chapter 2 is dedicated to the diversity of the nature of Italy. The diversity of natural features is of major importance for national agriculture, which is engaged in growing of great variety of fruit, cereals and vegetables. The seas enveloping Italy are rich in fish and other kinds of sea products, which is of vital importance for the population engaged in fishery. The treasures of soil ensure the functioning of National industry. The people of Italy, various national minorities, their languages, religion, traditions and cuisines as well as the Italian Diaspora abroad are described in chapter 3. Glimpses of Italian history, the political order of today's Italy, its government, the structure of legislative and executive authorities (parliament), political parties and associations are analyzed in chapter 4. The variety of historical monuments of Rome, Vatican, Florence and other famous cities, the worldwide known Coliseum, St. Peters Cathedral, the Church and monastery of San Marco with the masterpiece of the Last Supper of Dominick Girlandaio and the Synagogue of Florence, the famous La Scala and many other places of interest for tourists are reviewed in chapter 5. One of most interesting aspects of every country's life are the holidays and festivals. Italian carnivals and festivals, the way the Italians celebrate them all over the county are reviewed in chapter 6.

 

 

Tamar Balkhamishvili

Georgian State Technical University

Humanitarian-Technical Faculty

Tourism Business

Supervisor: M. Piranashvili

Austria

 

Austria is located in Central Europe. Border countries: Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Liechtenstein, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Switzerland. Climate temperate; continental, cloudy; cold winters with frequent rain in lowlands and snow in mountains; cool summers with occasional showers. Terrain in the west and south mostly mountains (Alps); along the eastern and northern margins mostly flat or gently sloping. Natural resources iron ore, oil, timber, magnetite, lead, coal, lignite, copper, and hydropower. Geography note landlocked; strategic location at the crossroads of central Europe with many easily traversable Alpine passes and valleys; major river I the Danube; population is concentrated on eastern lowlands. Population approximately 8 millions. Ethnic groups are German 98%, Creation, Slovene, Hungarians, Czechs, Slovaks, and Italians. Data code AU. Government is type federal republic. Capital Vienna. Administration divisions 9 states Borderland, Corinthian, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tytol, Vorarlberg and Vienna. Economy overview Austria with its well-developed market economy and high standard of living is closely tied to other EU economies, especially Germany’s.

So Austria has a great cultural and historical heritage and that’s why it is one of the most visited countries in Europe and maybe in the whole world.

 

Tamar Grigolia

Georgian State Technical University

Humanitarian-Technical Faculty

Tourism Business

Supervisor: M. Piranashvili

Touristy Cuba

 

From the ancient times Cuba attracted lots of tourists with its culture, history, traditions and pure Cuban architecture. As it is known Cuba has been a colony of Spain during 500 years. This quite a long period has left its traces in Cuban culture. Also slaves from Africa have taken their own traditions and habits with them. It also reflected in the country and at least it became a country with mixture culture.

Cuba is famous with its exotic food, festivals, carnivals and other interesting events.

Therefore this situation makes Cuba one of the important touristy countries in the whole world.

 

Vakhtang Kurtskhalia

Georgian State Technical University

Humanitarian-Technical Faculty

Tourism Business

Supervisor: M. Piranashvili

 

Egypt and Georgia (tourism review)

 

Egypt is one of the famous countries with tourism. Tourism’s relation with Egypt will help to Georgia with its development in tourism and culture, which has a great meaning to our economy. Georgia has trading and cultural links with Egypt from ancient time, which continuos now.

 

 

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