Based on the discussions and methodological review as well as the case examples, this research is of the view that there is a need for approaches towards tourism policies oriented over innovation. The specific characteristics of these policies should be such that they help in innovation to foster (Hansen, 2011). There are 4 key perspectives that the tourism policy oriented on innovation should follow:
Use of mobility- Constant jams on roads and overbooking of trains will continue in the coming decades. This requires urgent innovative solutions through search conducted by policy makers. Therefore, the federal government can indulge in promoting, for example, a study on long term basis over the mobility of future (Fussing-Jenson, 2015). Such a study will have the ability of developing 2 opposing circumstances inclusive of reaction scenario and action scenario for the period till 2020. This will allow for integrated and interdisciplinary approach to come forward examining many hard and soft considerations along with the aspects of technology and society (Sundbo et al, 2014). The findings revealed from such a study will have much significance for innovative tourism policy development as a component of a common policy of transport.
New IT: This is a broader area which influences every economic sector but particularly the industry of tourism. Therefore, the federal government has addressed the question that the way in which SME travel agents can help in use of web for all tasks. For example, in U.S, the federal government has established a centre for competence known as online business within tourism. This is responsible for offering workshops and seminars along with courses to train for travel agencies that are SME on a local phase (Hansen, 2011). Such a program has allowed in helping SME’s to improvise their competition level. This is evident, in comparison to the major enterprises that have some issues using the offered opportunities through the newer technologies in an optimal manner.