The Tourism Entrepreneur in Northern Manitoba

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Essay #: 061381
Total text length is 10,781 characters (approximately 7.4 pages).

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The Tourism Entrepreneur in Northern Manitoba
Introduction
The tourism entrepreneur is an often overlooked player in tourism and leisure development, planning and management. Within the context of the developed nation of Canada, this paper will identify a tourist enterprise that the writer firmly believes can be created and marketed to a large tourist population. The paper will explore the tourism entrepreneur in the following roles: as innovator; as risk bearer; as market filler; as decision maker; and as developer of the enterprise. Along the way, the paper will also outline the required physical resources; will discuss how to obtain these resources; will highlight the attractions for visitors; and shall enumerate some key promotional...
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