Year 2018, Volume 1 , Issue 2, Pages 75 - 87 2018-12-27

UNDERSTANDING SOUVENIR AS AN ESSENTIAL INSTRUMENT FOR GUIDING TOURISTS: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

Manjeet SINGH [1]


Souvenir acts as an essential instrument for guiding tourists. Souvenirs are a tangible part of the tourism experience. Souvenirs provide an excellent opportunity to potential worldwide advertising and potentially lucrative economic activity. On the one hand, it has an emotional value attached with it that can help to relate people, moments, feelings, phases, locations or situations together and on the other saves their experiences and memories. Effective souvenir is one which has its uniqueness and thus, provides competitive advantage to others dealing in the similar product line. The given paper is an attempt mainly to understand the importance of souvenirs in tourism sector. It also highlights various suggestive strategies for promotion of souvenirs among tourists. 
Souvenir, Shopping
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Author: Manjeet SINGH

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Publication Date : December 27, 2018

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APA SINGH, M . (2018). UNDERSTANDING SOUVENIR AS AN ESSENTIAL INSTRUMENT FOR GUIDING TOURISTS: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK. Journal of Tourism Intelligence and Smartness , 1 (2) , 75-87 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jtis/issue/41750/505953
MLA SINGH, M . "UNDERSTANDING SOUVENIR AS AN ESSENTIAL INSTRUMENT FOR GUIDING TOURISTS: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK". Journal of Tourism Intelligence and Smartness 1 (2018 ): 75-87 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jtis/issue/41750/505953>
Chicago SINGH, M . "UNDERSTANDING SOUVENIR AS AN ESSENTIAL INSTRUMENT FOR GUIDING TOURISTS: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK". Journal of Tourism Intelligence and Smartness 1 (2018 ): 75-87
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ISNAD SINGH, Manjeet . "UNDERSTANDING SOUVENIR AS AN ESSENTIAL INSTRUMENT FOR GUIDING TOURISTS: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK". Journal of Tourism Intelligence and Smartness 1 / 2 (December 2018): 75-87 .
AMA SINGH M . UNDERSTANDING SOUVENIR AS AN ESSENTIAL INSTRUMENT FOR GUIDING TOURISTS: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK. JTIS. 2018; 1(2): 75-87.
Vancouver SINGH M . UNDERSTANDING SOUVENIR AS AN ESSENTIAL INSTRUMENT FOR GUIDING TOURISTS: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK. Journal of Tourism Intelligence and Smartness. 2018; 1(2): 87-75.