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Grad of the Year
Andrew Grant of DIT, IHI Graduate of the Year is pictured at the Founders Banquet with sponsor, Hugh...

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Stellar Line Up for Global Summit
The line-up for the Global Hospitality Tech Summit which is running alongside next year’s Food &am...

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IHI Founders Banquet
The annual Irish Hospitality Institute Founders Banquet and Irish Hospitality Awards takes place on ...

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Hospitality Expo- Biggest Ever
Hospitality Expo 2018 - RDS - 6-7 of February looks certain to be the largest most comprehensive sin...

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Frommers lauds Clare

 Co Clare has been named one of the ‘Best Places to Go’ in 2018 by one of the world’s most reputable travel guidebooks, Frommer’s.

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 The Frommer’s team of editors and writers chooses locations they believe are the best holiday destinations for the year ahead. They cited Star Wars: The Last Jedi as one of the calling cards that led to the inclusion of Co Clare on the list, stating that “The rugged western coast of Ireland isn’t just one of the best places to go in the world; it’s among the best in the galaxy”.

 

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Opposing views on hotel plan

An Taisce has said that there are already too many hotels in Dublin in a submission opposing planning permission for an eight-storey hotel.
 It is opposing  plans to demolish Twilfit House at the junction of Jervis Street and Upper Abbey Street and build a new hotel on the site. It has found an ally in businessman Ben Dunne who has called the plans “unacceptable, unwarranted and inappropriate”.
This is in contrast to Fáilte Ireland, which said there are not enough hotels in the capital, in its submission in support of the application.
Twilfit House houses one of Mr Dunne’s gyms, and also accommodates the Leprechaun Museum.
Investment group Abarta Investments has applied to Dublin City Council to reportedly spend €19.3m on the development.
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Taoiseach visits eco fuel project

Tom Sheehy, sales manager for Clearpower,  hosted  a  political visit to the Monart Destination Spa and T&A Byrne Renewables in Wexford . Pictured at Monart Spa were l

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/r Tom Sheehy, sales manager, Clearpower; Mark Browne, manager, Monart Spa, Liam Anthony Griffin and Michael Griffin, proprietors, Monart Spa;   Minister Andrew Doyle TD; Minister Paul Kehoe TD; An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD;  Ted Byrne, owner, T & A Byrne Renewables,  Eric Bolton, project manager, Clearpower; Minister Michael D'Arcy TD and Aidan Byrne, owner, T & A Byrne.
 
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Hospitality Executive Development Programme

 International tourism is undergoing a transformation in how it is developed, marketed and managed – driven by rapidly changing visitor expectations. With these parameters in 

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place, Fáilte Ireland, working collaboratively with the Irish Management Institute, has created a new Executive Development Programme for senior level hospitality & tourism managers entitled ‘Hospitality and Tourism - Executive Development Programme’.
 
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 This modular programme is designed for General Managers and Senior Departmental Managers who are ambitious and are looking to acquire the competencies they need to strategically lead their business/organisation. Being the first of its kind, the Programme has been specifically tailor-made for the Irish market where it will give senior level managers in the tourism industry a grounding in key areas (including Strategy, Leadership, Sales & Marketing & Finance); and aid them in developing a strategic implementation plan to guide their business performance into the future.
 
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Judith heads Titanic Belfast

Titanic Belfast, has appointed Judith Owens' as Chief Executive. JShe succeeds  Tim Husbands who is moving to Westport House.

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 The Titanic Belfast's Director of Operations and Deputy Chief Executive since opening in 2012, Judith has been instrumental in the success of the attraction looking after all front of house operations, including ticketing, events and the visitor experience, as well as recruitment, facilities management, learning and outreach programmes.
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