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SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENT

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COST ACCOUNTING OF AUSTRALIAN WINE INDUSTRY

QUESTION

 Cost and Management Accounting

Assignment, Semester one 2012

 

1. General information

As per the course description, this assignment constitutes 30 per cent of the total assessment in

this course and is due in week 10 of the semester.

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EVENT MANAGEMENT IN AN INTERNATIONAL DAY

QUESTION

: Event Proposal Structure

Below is a checklist of what should be contained in the event proposal.

1. Cover Letter                                      (50-100 words)

2. Title Page

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BUSINESS ETHICS AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

QUESTION

1. Provide a brief definition of ‘ethical issue’ and ‘ethical dilemma’. briefly give examples for each one.

2. Briefly define each component of the four factors in”framework for understanding ethical decision making in business”. And within each, provide relevant examples relating to each component.

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TOURISM IN CYPRUS

QUESTION

Select an appropriate tourist destination (this destination may be an island, a country, a city, a resort, a festival or other major event) and by applying relevant theories and models, prepare a portfolio of evidence that:
1. Assesses current stage of tourism development (i.e. What tourism products are on offer? Is this an emerging or mature destination?)
2. Profiles current visitor demand and behaviour and considers future trends (i.e. main types of visitors, originating markets, increasing or declining figures?)
3. Positions relevant stakeholders in the local tourism system and evaluates their perceptions of local tourism development (e.g. Are they primary or secondary stakeholders? Are they in favour or against current/further tourism development?).
4. Makes recommendations for the future development of the destination (based on the information discussed in sections 1-3, in terms of both supply and demand)

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