Competitiveness and meetings: Bibliographic survey of scientific publications in the Scopus database
Meetings are part of the daily lives of people in the professional environment, companies dedicate time to these meetings, as decision making and problem solving take place through them, so such events can be a relevant aspect in competitiveness. The proposed objective was to present an overview of research on competitiveness and meetings on the international Scopus base. This paper presents results of a study based on literature review and content analysis through a bibliographic survey of scientific articles available in the international database Scopus which deals with competitiveness and meetings. The results show the need for research on competitiveness and meetings, as the approach on the subject in the analyzed texts reveals that companies understand the importance of meetings, so much that in the tourism and events segments it is evident the use as a strategy to generate competitiveness. The result of this work generates theoretical foundation for other researches and the final considerations point mainly to the continued need for research on the theme.
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