Contribution of Investment in Hotels in Tanzania on Income Generation: A Case of Dodoma Urban

Marko Mwita Imori, Batimo Sebyiga, Dalmas Okoth Gregory


The study sought to measure the Contribution of Investment in Hotels in Tanzania on Income Generation. The study employed both quantitative and qualitative approaches under ex facto research design. Purposive sampling technique was employed to get 15 key informants such as hotel owners and managers while simple random sampling was employed to select 95 respondents of the study from hotel employees, making a total of 110 respondents. Data collected were analysed using SPSS and revealed that there is strong relationship between private investment and income generations, where by the correlation between variables tested is 89%. It is recommended that the government should create good conducive environment for investment in hotels. This will help investors in generating more incomes in terms of capital and sales and as result brings economic growth through tax paid to the government.

Keywords: Business Economics, Investment Performance, Investment and Income Generation

DOI: 10.7176/EJBM/12-11-03

Publication date: April 30th 2020

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