The business provides opportunities for guests to purchase local products and services relevant to its size and scope

What does this mean?

  • This is different from the above point in that the business is not only communicating the availability of local products and services, but is in fact also creating more opportunities for the guests to purchase them.
  • This could include for example making local crafts and curios available on the business premises, offering local community tours, offering visits to a local craft market or even arranging dinners with local families.
  • In all cases this should first be discussed with the relevant people in the communities and they should agree in advance to the interactions proposed.