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Events Management 138 visits

Principles and Practice 4th edition

Razaq Raj, Tahir Rashid

ISBN: 9781915097194 PBK; 9781915097217 HBK; 9781915097200 eBook

Fully revised and updated and includes two new chapters. Packed with case studies, both in-text and online, it takes the reader through the whole process of events management.

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Reimagining and Reshaping Events 3665 visits

Theoretical and practical perspectives

Jeffrey Wrathall, Effie Steriopoulos

ISBN: 9781911635871 HBK; 9781911635888 PBK; 9781911635895 eBook

A unique and user-friendly text which advances managerial views on how the event industry is transforming. Packed with international real-life case studies and examples, it contextualises theory and illustrates how the industry has had to adapt whilst still considering key technological and sustainability issues.

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The Story of Hilton Hotels 24105 visits

'Little Americas'

Barbara Czyżewska

ISBN: 9781911396949 HBK; 9781911396956 PBK; 9781911396963 eBook

An informative historical analysis of the development of the company, as well an engaging narrative about Conrad Hilton himself. It analyses some of the key shifts in the area of hotel management including standardisation, asset-light models and delivering the customer experience.

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Event Stakeholders 33625 visits

Theory and methods for event management and tourism

Mathilda van Niekerk, Donald Getz

ISBN: 9781911396635 HBK; 9781911396666 PBK; 9781911396642 eBook

Focuses on stakeholder theory applied to event management and goes beyond traditional approaches by treating event management as an applied field.

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Club Management 29366 visits

The management of private membership clubs

Clayton Barrows, Michael Robinson

ISBN: 9781911635062 HBK; 9781911635079 PBK; 9781911635086 eBook

The first text to provide comprehensive coverage of three major types of clubs: country clubs, city clubs and yacht clubs, and others (e.g. racquet clubs, university clubs), and to explain the similarities and differences in their management and marketing.

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Event Portfolio Management 22302 visits

Theory and practice for event management

ISBN: 978-1-911396-91-8 HBK; 978-1-911396-92-5 PBK; 978-1-911396-932 eBook

A concise introduction to portfolio theory and methods for use in event management and event tourism. Divided into 2 parts of ‘Theory’ and ‘Practice’ it explains why it is important in event studies and management, and then shows how related methods can be used and adapted using real world international case studies.

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Principles of Festival Management 17869 visits

Chris Newbold, Jennie Jordan, Paul Kelly, Kristy Diaz

ISBN: 978-1-911396-82-6 HBK; 978-1-911396-83-3 PBK; 978-1-911396-84-0 eBook

A complete guide to developing and running a festival from inception to evaluation, covering all aspects of festival management and key central issues and contemporary debates.

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Dictionary of Event Studies, Event Management and Event Tourism 7533 visits

Donald Getz

ISBN: 9781911635796 Hbk; 9781911635802 eBook

An ontology of the study of planned events and the professional practice of event management and event tourism; User friendly explanations and language to explain and contextualise jargon and technical terms within this wide and varied field; E version has an interactive function with hyperlinks to sources, books in the EMTM series as well as ability to bookmark pages, instant linkage to cross references and more.

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Knowledge Management in Event Organisations 6778 visits

Theory and Methods for Event Management and Tourism

Raphaela Stadler

ISBN: 9781911635444 HBK; 9781911635451 PBK; 9781911635468 eBook

Provides an in-depth understanding of the challenging nature of events, where knowledge needs to be created and shared both pre-event and during the event, as well as stored effectively post-event. Generic KM frameworks and models are introduced, applied and adapted in order for event organisers to avoid ‘reinventing the wheel’ each year.

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Crowd Management 24854 visits

Risk, security and health

William O'Toole, Dr Stephen Luke, Travis Semmens, Jason Brown, Andrew Tatrai

ISBN: 978-1-911396-88-8 HBK; 978-1-911396-89-5 PBK; 978-1-911396-90-1 eBook

The first text to present a system for crowd management which integrates security with the other concerns for the health and safety for crowds, looking at the theories and practices of the management processes, plans, monitoring and evaluation of crowds.


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