Research Proposal, Tourism

Research Proposal, Tourism

Development proposal for a three-dimensional painting visual art exhibition in Hong Kong
Project description
Topic: Development proposal for a three-dimensional painting visual art exhibition in Hong Kong

The requirements for the proposal:
Develop a three-dimensional painting visual art exhibition in Hong Kong and identify an area for development, in line with Hong Kong government policy priorities and/or initiatives.
Using theoretical, planning and policy models discussed in the references, as well as thorough research into the event, produce a report discussing the potential development idea and the ways it relates to relevant policies and strategies. What is the policy (or policies) behind the idea, what are the strategic objectives being pursed, what needs are we trying to meet?
Ideas can reflect Hong Kong government strategy. Audience or market development initiatives could be an interesting area to look at, as might market targeting and destination profiling, or capital investment projects in infrastructure, new technology, etc. – be creative, but be realistic.

The following is a suggested structure for the report:
1. Executive summary (around 200 words)
2. Introduction – Include background of the event (around 300 words)
3. Literature Review – around 10 references from academic resources (around 450 words)
4. Development Proposal – Event development idea
4.1 Cultural aspect and the policies (around 500 words)
4.2 Economics aspect and the policies (around 500 words)
5. Recommendation and conclusion (around 250 words)
6. Reference
7. Appendices

It is a good idea to place graphs, sketches, tables etc on the page to which you refer to them or on the very next page.

Research Proposal, Tourism

Research Proposal, Tourism

Development proposal for a three-dimensional painting visual art exhibition in Hong Kong
Project description
Topic: Development proposal for a three-dimensional painting visual art exhibition in Hong Kong

The requirements for the proposal:
Develop a three-dimensional painting visual art exhibition in Hong Kong and identify an area for development, in line with Hong Kong government policy priorities and/or initiatives.
Using theoretical, planning and policy models discussed in the references, as well as thorough research into the event, produce a report discussing the potential development idea and the ways it relates to relevant policies and strategies. What is the policy (or policies) behind the idea, what are the strategic objectives being pursed, what needs are we trying to meet?
Ideas can reflect Hong Kong government strategy. Audience or market development initiatives could be an interesting area to look at, as might market targeting and destination profiling, or capital investment projects in infrastructure, new technology, etc. – be creative, but be realistic.

The following is a suggested structure for the report:
1. Executive summary (around 200 words)
2. Introduction – Include background of the event (around 300 words)
3. Literature Review – around 10 references from academic resources (around 450 words)
4. Development Proposal – Event development idea
4.1 Cultural aspect and the policies (around 500 words)
4.2 Economics aspect and the policies (around 500 words)
5. Recommendation and conclusion (around 250 words)
6. Reference
7. Appendices

It is a good idea to place graphs, sketches, tables etc on the page to which you refer to them or on the very next page.