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The public sector in travel and Tourism is non-commercial and is there to provide a service or educate its visitors, not to make a profit. For example: Chapelfield gardens are an open park for everybody to enjoy and pass through at any time with no fees. Also the Norwich information centre, which is located in the assembly house, is there to provide help and information for the public without charging for their services.
The Private sector is there specifically to make a profit. Travel agencies such as Thomas Cook are a big part of the private sector as their aim is to sell holidays, flights and accommodation to make a profit.
The voluntary sector is a non-commercial sector that doesn't aim to make a profit. It relies on the admission fees, sponsorship charges and donations to keep the organisation open and running. Norwich castle is in the voluntary sector; fees and donations go towards keeping the castle open and extending the castle's exhibits.
There are three main types of tourism in the travel and tourism industry. Inbound, outbound and domestic. Inbound tourism is those
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