Answering "What are the historical development of hospitality industry in late 19th century-20th century
how did the lumber industry develop canada
it is important for a country develop as much industry
There was no "hospitality industry" in these times. People were lucky to be alive and they didn't travel much beyond 5 miles from home. The idea of hospitality is a modern one and began to develop in the late 1800's and early 1900's, but really grew in the 1920's. One of the things that added to it was the invention of the car so people needed places to stay when they travelled.
in the 1960s where was the space industry
It came from Jesus Christ and was instituted by the apostles
The Railroad Industry
Hospitality management training will help you develop the necessary skills to work with people. In hotel chains, it is especially important that you can deal with the public in a polite and friendly way.
Cosmic programmes, Industry, Electronics etc.
Mercantilism developed in Europe around the late 16th to 18th centuries
To make it easier for them to develop the money used in the sell of cotton
The earliest historically documented people of Mesopotamia were the Sumerians. They lived about 5,000 years ago and were the first people to develop cities with schools and writing systems.
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it helped them develop the oil industry
We need industry to develop one<s country
The business machine industry emerged from the industrial revolution in the latter part of the nineteenth century.
no. it is not possible to develop an industry near a sanctuary because the government does not give the authority to build it near the sanctuary as the pollution caused by it can be harmful to wildlife in the sanctuary
there were factors that helped the cattle industry the Railroads the indians the us army the comboys john iiif
The HR department plays a key role in the successful management of a hotel. The department hires and trains employees. It is also important that they develop employee retention strategies such as having an open door policy and also implementing opportunities for advancement, as turnover rates in the hospitality industry are high.
Their economies remained rooted in agriculture.