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Developing Small Tourism Businesses in Southern Africa
Christian M. Rogerson
Botswana Notes and Records
Vol. 39, Tourism as a Sustainable Development Factor (2008), pp. 23-34
Published by: Botswana Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41236630
Page Count: 12
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The international experience shows that questions relating to entrepreneurship and small firm development are of growing importance on the research agenda of tourism. In Africa, the problems relating to tourism entrepreneurs and the development of their businesses require greater attention from tourism researchers. The aim in this article is to analyse key issues surrounding the role and development of tourism small firms (or SMEs) in Southern Africa. Ten sets of key issues are identified that confront SME development in tourism within the region of Southern Africa.
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