Our most important clients include, hotel chains and most qualified hospitality professionals, developers, real estate cooperative societies, banks and financial institutions.
Economic and Financial feasibility studies enable organizations to assess the viability, cost and benefits of projects before financial resources are allocated. The main aspects to consider are: the long term profitability (ROI or ROE) and the length of time required to recover the initial cost of the project (PAY BACK), in coherence with social and environmental criteria of sustainability.
An integral part of the feasibility process is the identification and definition of the development or property repositioning opportunity that comes from a thorough understanding of market characteristics and the competitive environment. Project concept and facility recommendations derived from this understanding, our project experience and familiarity with international trends are then applied with the aim of maximizing a project’s long-term competitive advantages, cash flow and resulting value.
The second part of our feasibility studies focus on the proposed plan of action and provides a detailed estimate of its costs and benefits.
The Due Diligence analysis is based on the review of the existing documentation provided by the client. The relevant areas of concern include the financial and economical situation of the company. Other areas include …
- Audit procedure of inventory and documentation;
- Compliance with local regulatory requirements (financial, fiscal, management, cadastral, construction, plant design, safety, environmental, …);
- Upside potential from repositioning, including renovation and/or management changes;
- Suggestions for Tax Savings;
- Evaluation of Alternatives.
Carrying out due diligence is the most complicated and often overlooked part of the investment process. It is also the most essential. We are able to verify permits, signatures, assumptions and certificates to make all is as it should be. We aim to provide our clients with the information to allow them to do a conscious and calculated decision regarding their investments.
Up to date and informed research and analysis is an essential prerequisite to successful decision making. Progetto Turismo offers support in strategic decision-making to public and private organisations operating within the tourism and cultural heritage environment. Our specialist team of researchers looks at every possible aspect of the target market and prepare a detailed macro as well as micro market research document. Our clients benefit from practical and useful outputs to help resolve today’s dilemmas and to identify and analyze tomorrow’s uncertainties.
Building a modern Marketing Strategy, means to spread a methodology of culture among the protagonists of this process. To achieve the functionality necessary for sustainable development, contemporary buildings and systems require a very high standard of competence from designers, installers and all operators.
Delivering excellence means sharing objectives, coordinating people and skills, and acting on a partnership rationale with clients, collaborators and public bodies.
A marketing strategy consists of a series of ongoing activities you plan to implement over a period of time to achieve a particular goal in your business.
The measurement and management of service quality is an important factor in maintaining a firm’s competitive edge: even more in tourism industry and especially in hotel business field. Perceived quality cannot necessarily be objectively determined. Because customer relationships unfold over time, it is important to clearly understand the dynamics of how quality perceptions are formed and updated as well as how such perceptions influence customer retention over time.
In general, while customer satisfaction measures and/or perceived quality measures are important predictors of intentions and behavior, they often explain only 30– 50% of the variance.
To be competitive in today’s market, it is essential to provide more consistent quality and value to customers: such goals require a continuous improvement process to be established within the company in order to provide quality management.
Recently the continuous improvement process has been referred to as Total Quality Management (TQM). Meeting customer requirements (providing customer satisfaction) is a primary objective of quality management, and tourist companies who are the suppliers of services must address customer requirements if they are to succeed. Implementing total quality management / continuous improvement in managing everyday activities is relevant to all those who participate in and contribute to the process.