Hospitality Marketing and Human Resources at the Marriott Hotel, Toronto


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Total text length is 8,943 characters (approximately 6.2 pages).

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Hospitality Marketing and Human Resources at the Marriott Hotel, Toronto
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This paper discusses a specific hotel property and outlines the market segments it targets, the business orientation of the firm, and its market coverage strategy. The paper looks at online corporate sites and at hard copies of resources to ascertain what the firm is attempting to do with its product. Overall, the essay concludes that the property is engaged in targeting professional types with business to do downtown and that its marketing approach is concentrated and that its business orientation is geared at offering excellent services to discerning customers that will pry those customers away from other hotel chains.
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The end: paper are simple: the firm in question offers concentrated marketing, targets an upper class clientele, and has a product-orientated approach to doing business.
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