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An investigation into the role of employer-supported volunteering: benefits to employees and employers (2019)This dissertation aims to examine the benefits of employer-supported volunteering (ESV) to employees and employers. The primary research question is: ‘How does employer-supported volunteering benefit employees and ...
Greening the Festival Industry: adopting different initiatives to encourage sustainability in events (2019)Event organisers play a vital role to the implementation of sustainable events among festivals’ organisations and audience. The success of sustainable festivals can be related to the use of local communities and stakeholders ...
An investigation into how safe people feel attending large-scale music events in terms of terror threats (2019)This project set out to establish how safe people feel whilst attending a large-scale music event in terms of the heightened terror threat facing this area. The project also explored whether or not people feel as though ...
A Critical Investigation into the Most Effective Ways to Market a Modern Day Music Event: A Young Consumer’s Perspective (2019)The global music events industry has grown massively over the last twenty years and shows no sign of stopping. The title of this research is ‘A Critical Investigation into the Most Effective Ways to Market a Modern Day ...
Do the differences in gender effect the perception of internet security? An exploration on the potential impacts for females using e-commerce (2019)The projects aim is to understand how gender may impact decision making within e-commerce. Current literature suggests that females are deterred from shopping online due to various security issues, such as; fraud (credit ...