MICE Industrial Educational Cluster Development in Southern of Thailand

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นิมิต ซุ้นสั้น Nimit Soonsan
นิตยา พร้าวราม Nittaya Prawram
กิตติพงษ์ ครุธทรง
ภัทร์ธมนต์ คงแจ่ม


MICE industry was continually growth and generated abundantly income for Thailand. However, sustainability development should be learning at the same time. This research aimed to study factors affected to MICE Educational Cluster development, and guideline to develop MICE Educational Cluster development in Southern of Thailand. The applied research by mix-methodology, qualitative and quantitative methods, was used in this study. The counseling teachers from high schools, vocational schools, lecturers in the university, government sectors, and the entrepreneurs related to MICE industry in fourteen Southern provinces, Thailand were the population for this study. The questionnaire, in-depth interviews, and focus group were gathering the data. The results showed that there was only an effective factors affected to the developing of participation network management which was participating environment. Moreover, guidelines to develop the cluster are discussed and concluded to theory and implementation in this study.

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Nimit Soonsan น. . ซ., Nittaya Prawram น. . พ., ครุธทรง ก., & คงแจ่ม ภ. (2018). MICE Industrial Educational Cluster Development in Southern of Thailand. Dusit Thani College Journal, 11(special), 229–248. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journaldtc/article/view/136204
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