THE SUSTANABLE MARKETING IMMUNITY OF TOURIST OF BUSINESS IN LIGHT OF THE PANDEMIC-CORONA (COVID-19) AN APPLIED RESEARCH IN TRAVEL AND TOURISM COMPANIES IN BAGHDAD

THE SUSTANABLE MARKETING IMMUNITY OF TOURIST OF BUSINESS IN LIGHT OF THE PANDEMIC-CORONA (COVID-19) AN APPLIED RESEARCH IN TRAVEL AND TOURISM COMPANIES IN BAGHDAD

Authors

  • Salim H. Salim

Keywords:

Sustainable marketing, marketing immunity, tourism.

Abstract

The research aims to how to deal with certain situation to ensure the continuous competitive excellence of business market under the situation of covid-19, especially how to deal with major challenges, identifying the capabilities of tourism industry, investigating the ability of tourism agencies to resist the dynamic change of both internal as well as external environment to ensure their sustainability.

The important here as the paper notice, is how to be efficient and trying to find solutions in order to grow and survive through choosing certain strategies that aligned the critical issues.

Thus to achieve this level, many scenarios planed that could adopt in case of such pandemic crises like (covid-19); certain techniques and methods drawn to re-engineer the process of tourism industry to ensure the sustain and sustain and survive. Tourism industry, like any other industries which affected either positively by unstable circumstances.

Author Biography

Salim H. Salim

Assistant Professor PhD., Continuing Education Center, University of Baghdad. Baghdad. Iraq. [email protected]

Published

2021-12-31

How to Cite

Salim, S. H. (2021). THE SUSTANABLE MARKETING IMMUNITY OF TOURIST OF BUSINESS IN LIGHT OF THE PANDEMIC-CORONA (COVID-19) AN APPLIED RESEARCH IN TRAVEL AND TOURISM COMPANIES IN BAGHDAD: THE SUSTANABLE MARKETING IMMUNITY OF TOURIST OF BUSINESS IN LIGHT OF THE PANDEMIC-CORONA (COVID-19) AN APPLIED RESEARCH IN TRAVEL AND TOURISM COMPANIES IN BAGHDAD. Iraqi Journal of Market Research and Consumer Protection, 13(2), 173–191. Retrieved from https://jmracpc.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/IJMRCP/article/view/261