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Light Design practices in Dubrovnik Restaurants
Light Design practices in Dubrovnik Restaurants
Dino Novak
The goal of this research was to determine what are some of the practices when it comes to light design in Dubrovnik Based restaurants. Observation method was used as part of this project in order to create a matrix of different value which was later used as a primary tool for developing results. Restaurants were categorized into three different categories, fine dining restaurants, casual dining restaurants, and modern fast food restaurants in order to be able to compare observed data...
Local people’s reaction to Formula 1
 Influence of local population on the development of Formula 1 in Dubrovnik
Local people’s reaction to Formula 1 Influence of local population on the development of Formula 1 in Dubrovnik
Nikola Ljubić
This Project is based on researching local opinion on Formula 1. The research is focused on obtaining data from the local people in order to observe the reaction of the people and how to introduce F1 as possible event for Dubrovnik.
Maintaining a Competitive Advantage in Season-Oriented Tourist Destinations
Maintaining a Competitive Advantage in Season-Oriented Tourist Destinations
Emin Bećović
Maintaining competitive advantage in an industry as competitive as the restaurant industry is a challenge itself. In addition, restaurants located in highly seasonal tourist destinations face a unique set of challenges that make maintaining competitive advantage even harder. This paper investigates the impact that new entrants, technology and innovation have on maintaining competitive advantage. A questionnaire was distributed to 30 restaurant owners and managers from Bar, Montenegro....
Makarska Riviera as a Destination; Comparison of opinions between tourists and locals
Makarska Riviera as a Destination; Comparison of opinions between tourists and locals
Ivan Braić Ivanac
Due to the increase of global traveling trends, for a world‟s destinations it became a necessity to differentiate on the market. In the last years tourism industry in Croatia has been expanding. Due to that there is a lack of research done on this topic in Croatia; the purpose of this paper is to assess the following key issues: Quality of Makarska Riviera as a destination and Motivational factors of guests in Makarska Riviera for choosing it as a destination. Paper based...
Medieval Festival Dubrovnik
Medieval Festival Dubrovnik
Elena Burgin
Heritage tourism is becoming more and more in demand for the tourists who are expecting a more authentic experience in their destination. Dubrovnik’s rich cultural and historical heritage makes it a viable location for the implementation of a medieval festival. A medieval festival in Dubrovnik would thus provide benefits to both tourists and hosts. The issues with organizing any kind of a manifestation are related to audience engagement and stakeholders’ cost/benefits. A viability...
My Manager is Emotionally Intelligent, so what? – Influence of EI on Job Satisfaction
My Manager is Emotionally Intelligent, so what? – Influence of EI on Job Satisfaction
Arijana Čemeljić
The concept of emotional intelligence has gained importance over the past years. Within the hospitality industry, this concept is often related to effective leadership, in a way that emotionally intelligent managers create more positive work environments, thus affecting employee job satisfaction. The purpose of this research was to examine the correlation of perceived emotional intelligence and millennial job satisfaction. Through a questionnaire based method and 56 participants, the...
My leader? You mean my Boss?!
My leader? You mean my Boss?!
Rea Paparizo
Leadership, despite being a broad concept, is exhibited in different forms by different people who are in charge. Displaying diverse levels of leadership is a form of professionalism and education. The difference in the level of employee satisfaction can be linked to the impact of these opposed styles. This papers’ focus is on the influence of different leadership style in hotel industry in Albania. Lacking professional education and training, this concept is extensively confused with...
OVERTOURISM:
 PERCEPTIONS AND STRATEGIES OF BUSINESSES IN THE OLD TOWN OF
 DUBROVNIK
OVERTOURISM: PERCEPTIONS AND STRATEGIES OF BUSINESSES IN THE OLD TOWN OF DUBROVNIK
Petra Todorivić
Overtourism is the term from 60s popularly used today to express negative effects of overcrowding of touristic destinations. Croatia is a country very dependent on tourism, and Dubrovnik is the most popular touristic city suffering from overtourism, threatened to become profit-thirsty resort. Since there has been a lot of media attention to this problem, this paper focuses on strategies and perceptions of the businesses in the Old Town of Dubrovnik on the current situation and the...
Overcoming barriers to Asian market development in Dubrovnik
 Is the hospitality industry of Croatian coast ready for Asian tourism boom?
Overcoming barriers to Asian market development in Dubrovnik Is the hospitality industry of Croatian coast ready for Asian tourism boom?
Katarina Kolić
According to Dubrovnik Tourist Board, a large increase in visits of Asian tourists has been noticed in the recent couple of years. As up until now, the Croatian coast hospitality industry was mostly used to seeing large numbers of tourists from neighbouring countries as well as Croatian nationals, this type of tourist demographics is a big difference and comes as a shock to the industry. The aim of this paper is to examine whether the hospitality sector of Dubrovnik is prepared for...
PAY SATISFACTION
 IN A FAMILY OWNED HOTEL
 IN CROATIA
PAY SATISFACTION IN A FAMILY OWNED HOTEL IN CROATIA
Jelena Horvat
According to the literature and the statistics, around 80% of the businesses worldwide are family owned and run. This emphasizes the importance of employees working in those businesses to be satisfied with their overall compensation. The questionnaire measuring pay satisfaction and distributive justice was distributed to 120 hotels that are members of the National Association of Small and Family Hotels in Croatia to investigate if there are differences among employees that are family...
POSITIONING WINERIES AS A
 LUXURIOUS TOURIST DESTINATIONS
POSITIONING WINERIES AS A LUXURIOUS TOURIST DESTINATIONS
Ivan DŽakula
Main purpose of this research was to determine whether Croatian wineries have luxurious elements similar to those that exist in developed markets where luxury components have been identified. My main hypothesis was that Croatian wineries have all required resources to be on the same level as foreign wineries. What needed to be done was to collect reliable data about customer’s perception of foreign wineries and then compare it with one about domestic wineries. As it turns out, after...
Personalization and Authenticity:
 Hospitality Strategies for a New Definition of Luxury
Personalization and Authenticity: Hospitality Strategies for a New Definition of Luxury
Nera Andrijašević
Since luxury is the fastest growing travel segment, it is important to look into the main drivers of this trend. Luxury is changing its definition with changes in lifestyles of luxury traveler. One of the most important trends is the shift from conspicuous to inconspicuous consumption. In the ten previously recorded interviews with luxury hospitality leaders, which were analyzed with deductive coding, six main themes were identified: personalization, high-tech/high-touch, F&B,...

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