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Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship
Published by Goodwood Publishing
ISSN : 27146480     EISSN : -     DOI : https://doi.org/10.35912/joste.v1i2
The scopes of the journal include, but are not limited to, the following fields: Innovation in Tourism and Business •Theoretical underpinnings of innovation management •Innovation marketing strategies •Globalization, innovation and changes •The use of digital technology in tourism and business •Innovation and co-creation of visitor experience •Social media in tourism and business •Innovative human resources management •Business model innovation in tourism and hospitality •Creative tourism Sustainability in Tourism and Business •Urban Tourism •Rural Tourism •Over Tourism •Responsible tourism and business •Design for sustainability in Tourism and Business •Innovation and sustainable destination development •Sustainable entrepreneurship in tourism and business •Economic impacts of tourism and business •Problems in tourism development •The impacts of tourism on environment •Crisis and disaster management for tourism Entrepreneurship in Tourism and Business •Entrepreneurship and its ecosystem •Innovation, entrepreneurship and culture •Diversity in tourism and hospitality entrepreneurship •Social entrepreneurship / community enterprise •Entrepreneurship and small family business •Emerging markets for tourism and business •Entrepreneurial personality and motivations •Online consumer behavior in tourism and business
Articles 10 Documents
Bundling as strategy of tourist attraction based on natural and cultural tourism in the ex-Surakarta residency Yuliari, Giyah; Riyadi, Bambang
Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship Vol 1 No 1: September
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35912/joste.v1i1.84

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Purpose: Indonesia has many tourist attractions, but not all places are well known, which makes them have no visitors. The objectives of this study are to find out how the condition of attractions in each district/city in the Surakarta Residency and how to increase tourist visits to tourist attractions. Research methodology: The research design is qualitative research. Data are presented in descriptive form, with in-depth and flexible analysis. Sampling by purposeful sampling, the sample chosen depends on the research objectives without regard to the ability of the generalist. The method used is implementing a bundling marketing strategy, which issues product bundling and price bundling in the form of several travel packages. Results: There are two tourist attractions that are already developing and which are still in the form of potential. Travel agents can offer tourist attractions that have developed to tourists by bundling through tour packages. Tourist attractions that are still potential but attractive can be offered as well. So that all tourist attractions will get tourist visits. Limitation: This research was conducted at the Ex-Residency of Surakarta, in Central Java, Indonesia. There are many types of tourist destinations, such as cultural, natural, educational, religious, sport, museum, shopping and culinary heritage tours. So that the bundling is only valid for the area. Contribution: Application of bundling is one way to determine the selling price of a product in this case a tourism product, so that tourism products in the form of tour packages can be sold at attractive prices, which are expected to increase tourist visits. Keywords: Bundling strategy, Tourist attraction, Tourist collaboration, Spirit of gotong royong, Developing tourism
Fostering biotechnology on the productivity and development of agricultural SMEs (Zimbabwe) Munyawarara, Ngoni; Govender, Krishna K.
Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship Vol 1 No 1: September
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35912/joste.v1i1.158

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Purpose: This study scrutinizes the application of biotechnology in fostering the productivity of agricultural SMEs in Zimbabwe over the period 2019-2020. Fostering biotechnology around the world is significantly attracting much attention from agricultural entrepreneurs who have been lacking business productivity initiatives. As much this study attempts to unravel whether biotechnology is the spring bed for stimulating the productivity of agricultural SMEs to attain food security and nutriment. Research Methodology: A survey was used to get biotechnology data from archives of the National Biotechnology Association of Zimbabwe, concerning the use of biotechnology research in seeking to improve productivity by agricultural SMEs. Results: The study showed that fostering biotechnology has demonstrable benefits that help SMEs to grow and increase food nutriment. The study recommended that investing in biotechnology has returns which are most apparent for SMEs to increase productivity and competitiveness in Zimbabwe Limitation: The lack of a single study is a complex nature in the study and seemingly different instruments could produce a detailed analysis. Contribution: The study encourages fostering biotechnology to improve the productivity and development of agricultural SMEs in Zimbabwe to attain food security and nutriment and poverty reduction. Keywords: Biotechnology, Agriculture, SMEs, Development, Productivity, Food security
The new roles of Legon Botanical Garden as visitor destination in Ghana Cudjoe, Eric; Gbedemah, Shine Francis
Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship Vol 1 No 1: September
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35912/joste.v1i1.160

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Abstract Purpose: This study aims to examine the travel motivations and determine the most attractive facilities of visitors to the University of Ghana’s Legon botanical garden in Accra, Ghana. Research Methodology: The study relied on convenience sampling method to administer structured questionnaires to 127 visitors to the Legon botanical garden. Results: Findings show that the main reason for visiting the garden is to admire the beauty of the garden which is the main reason for establishing botanical gardens. The most attractive facility in the garden, however, turns out to be the canopy walkway and the lawn. Conspicuously missing is the fact that they did not avail themselves to enquire or demand to know tree species and their names in the garden. Limitations: The study is limited to only adults who visited the garden at the time of the study even though they are on the minority compared to children. Also, the study is limited only to the Legon botanical garden even though it is not the only garden in Ghana. Contribution: This study contributes to the knowledge in the social sciences by pointing out the most important reasons why people are visiting botanical gardens. This is because the number of visitors seems to be increasing in Ghana. However, the findings show that the visitors do not visit the garden for education, research or conservation purposes but for leisure activities which is not the main reason for establishing these gardens. Keywords: Botanical garden, Visitors, Motivation, Facilities, Ghana
Adaptation to risks related to ecotourism: development at Boabeng in the Bono East Region, Ghana Yeboah, Thomas; Afram, Charles Senior; Quampah, Bernice; Kulega, Ahmed
Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship Vol 1 No 2: December (in progress)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35912/joste.v1i2.168

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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to evaluate adaptation strategies developed by residents in order to minimize the risks caused by the ecotourism project at Boabeng in the Bono East region of Ghana. Research methodology: Data collection instruments included schedules and interview guides. A sample of 404 heads of households was randomly selected for the administration of schedules, whilst 12 respondents each were purposively selected for focus group discussions and indepth interviews. Household data were analyzed using percentages, frequencies and mean responses. Findings: Findings indicate that households adapted to ecotourism risks by patrolling and farming off the feeding range of the monkeys. Limitations: Household heads and opinion leaders were made to assess the ecotourism project in terms of how they cope with it. These community leaders, some of whom were direct beneficiaries of the projects, may not give the right information and this may affect the results of the study. Respondents were however; assured of confidentiality of their responses so as to enable them give the right information on their adaptation to risks related to the ecotourism project in the community. Contribution: This study recommends the intensification of livelihood diversification schemes in the study area. Keywords: Destination, Limitations, Livelihood diversification, Local community, Local households, Monkey sanctuary, Vulnerable households
Enterprise Resource Planning system and its impact on tourism companies' operational performance Mohamed, Ghada Abdalla; Farahat , Esraa Reda Hassan
Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship Vol 1 No 1: September
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35912/joste.v1i1.172

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Abstract Purpose: The purpose of this study was to find out the relationship between applying the Enterprise Resource Planning system and operational performance, and to develop proposed framework to achieve the requirements of the ERP system, in addition, to measure its availability within tourism companies. Research methodology: The study design is a qualitative study. Data are presented in descriptive form, with in-depth and adaptable analysis. Sample Collection by intentional sampling, the sample chosen depends on the study objectives without regard to the ability of a generalist. The study was based on the distribution of a survey list on a random sample of employees of tourism companies in Egypt. Results: The structural equation modeling results indicate that all the employed dimensions to gauge the impact of ERP system (represented by the components of the system), have direct influence and an indirect impact on the operational performance and then access to the quality of tourism service provided. These findings help to explain the mixed discoveries in the literature concerning the pattern of the causal relationship between ERPs with operational performance and service quality. Limitation: The field study data were collected from survey forms from May to July 2019. Three hundred thirty questionnaire forms were distributed, 310 usable replies were received with a response rate of 93.9%. Contribution: Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system has received considerable attention in the last years. Many organizations seek to integrate their IT infrastructures by implementing the Enterprise Resource Planning system (ERP). So implementing ERP system helps tourism companies in raising performance rates through reducing the time to do more business, reducing cost, increasing productivity, which leads to higher performance rates. Keywords: Enterprise Resource Planning system, ERP business value, ERP benefits, Operational performance
The correlation that distance between world heritage sites and international airports has on visitation levels Napoli, Jocelyne; Trapman, Ben
Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship Vol 1 No 1: September
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35912/joste.v1i1.198

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Purpose: This article illustrates the comparative analysis that was performed on the 2018/2019 official databases of international airports and UNESCO WHS. This analysis was carried out to find connections between both air passenger and visitation levels for strategic leveraged purposes within tourism. Research methodology: Three databases were used in this analysis. The first database collects official data regarding airports such as their geographical position. The second includes data regarding the distance between WHS and international airports, while the third entails both air passenger arrivals and WHS visitation statistics. Results: Hence, this paper attempts to present the correlation that distance between WHS and International Airports has on visitation levels without claiming causation in any way. Contribution: The implications of this innovative research will stimulate future academic research interests and allow government departments, tourism entities, and other stakeholders to conduct further research and develop future strategies and action plans. Keywords: World heritage sites, Tourism, Air transport, Economics, Management
Community-based tourism initiatives and their contribution to sustainable local development Walkowski, Marinês da Conceição; Pires, Paulo dos Santos; Tricárico, Luciano Torres
Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship Vol 1 No 1: September
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35912/joste.v1i1.203

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Purpose: The research question/purpose is to know which CBT initiatives are still active in Brazil, as well as the challenges that exist in the sustainable local development perspective. Research Methodology: We based this exploratory research on extensive bibliographic research on the theme in addition to field observations. As a research strategy, we used the multiple case study involving two Brazilian initiatives: the Rede Tucum, in Ceará, and the Acolhida na Colônia, in Santa Catarina. Results: The main results showed that despite the difficulties associated with the CBT development, both projects have remained due to the strong articulation between the leaders, partnerships with educational institutions and entities, the methodology maintenance provided by the project’s technical team, and the diversification of tourism offer based on sustainability actions. Limitations: The limitation was access to fishing communities. Contribution: The contribution will assist in advancing studies with this theme and in tourism disciplines of local base. Keywords: Community-based tourism, Sustainable local development, Rede Tucum, Acolhida na Colônia
Sustainable tourism and economic growth nexus in Kenya: policy implications for post-Covid-19 Bitok, Kipkosgei
Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship Vol 1 No 2: December (in progress)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35912/joste.v1i2.209

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Purpose: The COVID-19 global pandemic has caused an unprecedented socio-economic impact. It has also raised our awareness of the role sustainability needs to play in our economic activities. This study investigated how sustainable tourism has contributed to economic growth in Kenya. Research Methodology: Eviews 10 software was used to analyze the time-series data. Drawing on data from 1995 to 2020, Johansen co-integration, Granger causality, and regression approaches were used. Results: The study found out that tourism employment and GDP are positively connected to economic growth in Kenya. The causality was unidirectional from economic growth to tourism contribution to GDP and employment, with a long-run linkage of the study determinants. Limitations: Since this research used the secondary sources of data, similar studies in the future may concentrate on the primary data sources to investigate the relationship between tourism employment and economic advancement. Contribution: At the new normal in the post-Covid-19 period, the study suggests that legislators and tourism policymakers should focus on the policies aimed at promoting sustainable tourism. Sustainable tourism should be managed following the three pillars of sustainability. Keywords: Development, Domestic, Moderate, Regional, Scenario
The role of park attributes in visitor satisfaction: evidence from Minneriya National Park in Sri Lanka Ranasinghe, Ruwan; Kumudulali, Udeshika; Ranaweera, Amaya Kaumadi
Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship Vol 1 No 2: December (in progress)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35912/joste.v1i2.218

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Purpose: This study was to explore and recognize visitor satisfaction on Minneriya national park, and this evaluation was to define the gaps for future national park studies in Sri Lanka. Research Methodology: Quantitative research design was used for the study. A self-administered questionnaire was distributed to 180 foreign visitors and 180 local visitors. Purposive sampling tool was used in the study. SmartPLS was used as a tool to run the proposed theoretical model. Results: Destination image impacts of tourist satisfaction show that someone visiting a destination is strongly linked to the image of the tourist destination visited, particularly for those who have visited several times. Overall findings highlighted that all the hypotheses were accepted Limitations: Tourists’ satisfaction on park attributes is not to be the only factor effects on visitor satisfaction. Contribution: The study findings also provide guidelines for practitioners within the service sector to undertake the result and to adapt it to assessing and enhancing performance in national parks in Sri Lanka Keywords: Park attributes, Visitor satisfaction, Travel motivation, Destination image
Impact of community participation in adaptive wildlife resources management at Mole National Park, Ghana Tiimub, Benjamin Makimilua; Gbolo, Braimah; Tiimob, Richard Wonnsibe; Tiimob, Ernestina Laatman; Kumedzro, Vida; Tiimob, Elisha
Journal of Sustainable Tourism and Entrepreneurship Vol 1 No 2: December (in progress)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35912/joste.v1i2.245

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Purpose: Wildlife resources constitute indispensable nature’s strongholds for human livelihoods strategies in forest, savanna zones across Ghana and the worldwide although, it often engendered conflicts. Impact of community participation on adaptive wildlife resources management was strategically assessed at Mole National Park. Research methodology: 60 randomly selected park environs residents were interviewed for valid responses using semi-structured questionnaires. Findings: High wildlife products demand has transformed bush meat into lucrative business through poaching by thousands of youths and adults, causing habitat destruction and sharp wildlife population decline. Hunters, poachers, middlemen, restaurant operators constituted game-trade-market-value chain. Limitations: Funding subjectivity reduced scope of the study to only few communities in dry season. Temptation to reject the questionnaires on suspicion of force evacuation plots against some park adjoining villages was later refuted. Hence, recovery rate was 100%. Contribution: We recommend that Wildlife Division of the Forestry Commission should strengthen synergies on community participation in adaptive wildlife management by coopting educational interventions that positively influence indigenous behaviors through seminars, workshops, face-to-face interactions. This will better define the rights, roles, responsibilities of key partners towards resolving communal wildlife conflicts. Keywords: Community participation, Wildlife management, Park sustainability, Poaching, Game-trade-market-value chain

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