Enter a niche and see your profits grow

Caruso, Adrian
March 2007
Travel Weekly Australia;3/30/2007, Issue 43, p8
Trade Publication
The article assesses that special interest tour will progress as the next business to become successful and profitable. According to the author,customers who are likely to purchase a special interest tour are educated and affluent travelers. He asserts that the cost of most special interest tours is greater than the cost of mainstream tours, and can open new opportunity to continuous prosperity by adding new resources and clients.


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