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Innovative marketing strategy for tourism development

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The ways of the usage of innovational marketing strategies for the activity development of the companies and firms, working in the sphere of tourism are illuminated in this article. Moreover, composed parts of innovational marketing strategies and possible usage of this strategies and possible usage of this strategy at the tourism market are described by the author.
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  • Samarkand State University, University Boulevard, No.15, Samarkand city 140100, Uzbekistan
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