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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Sofya Rudnik
Marketing Mix Development for a Tourist Product on the Basis of Archeological Expeditions
Marketing
(Master’s programme)
2017
The master dissertation is devoted to development of such tourist product as archaeological expeditions which combines characteristics of historic-cultural and extreme tourism. In work, the main theoretical aspects connected with development conception of classic marketing-mix and also in the context of marketing of territories are presented. After that author choose the strategy of improving territory. In dissertation use such methods as holding expert interviews, focus groups, characteristics classification by the concept of soft and hard factors of a product. In heads are described characteristics of archaeological expeditions as tourist objects, features of the regional tourist market are distinguished, the choice of the territory. The final chapter is devoted to development of an archaeological tour: description of a product, development of price policy, place and promotion.

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