Brand Building with Video
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Fáilte Ireland Business Hub supports industry
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'Be a Great Employer' says top restaurateur
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Awards for Foodservice Suppliers
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Syrians for Clonea Hotel

Up to 100 refugees from Syria may be accommodated in Clonea Strand Hotel, Co, Waterford.
 A reported 25 people are due to arrive before the end of the month.
 Business people, councillors, and residents raised concerns that the area is inappropriate for refugees. They said the placement of refugees at the local tourist spot would have a negative impact on business.

Belfast is 'Trendiest Business City'

 Belfast has been named the trendiest city for business travel in Europe, at an awards ceremony in Amsterdam. 


 Picture shows Tijn Kramer, editor-in-chief of M!CE & Business Travel Magazine, presenting Laura Cronin, Tourism Ireland, with the award.
 The annual awards are organised by M!CE & Business Travel Magazine, the leading publication for the business tourism sector in the Netherlands. Beating off stiff competition from Reykjavik and Valencia, Belfast took the top prize for trendiest European city destination for business travel. The winners are decided upon by a panel of professionals from the MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences and events) sector.
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Shelbourne to reveal restored facade

The curtain which has been hanging over the facade of the Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin will be removed next week tlo reveal the remedial 


work on the historic building.
Some 99,480 bricks have been cleaned and repointed, 170 chimney pots and 312 windows have been restored and painted while segments of the 1,020sq m roof have been repaired.

Tourism Award for Midleton Distillery

The Jameson Experience in east Cork and the team behind UCC’s year-long George Boole celebrations were among those honoured last 


night for helping to generate more than €10m in conference and tourism business in Cork this year.
 The visitor experience at the Midleton distillery, which will welcome more than 125,000 visitors this year, was named the region’s ultimate 
 The bureau, said combined, the ambassadors helped bring more than 13,000 delegates to Cork — 7,000 of whom were international delegates — in the last year alone.ambassador. UCC won a special academic award for its work on the George Boole 200 commemorations — with its conferences and seminars generating an estimated €1m — as the Cork Convention Bureau toasted Cork’s ambassadors.

Graffiti at the gibson

The gibson hotel has introduced Irish graffiti artist James Earley as its third ‘artist in residence’.  The programme was created by the gibson 


hotel as part of  its  initiative to regenerate the Dublin docklands by creating works of art for visitors and residents to enjoy, highlighting the power and beauty of art.
 Earley plans to create a striking external mural inspired by his now renowned  animal graffiti series, incorporating a pair of dynamic, arching seagulls inspired by the Docklands area. Furthermore, a collection of silkscreen fine art prints will go on display at the hotel for guests and visitors to enjoy over the festive season.

 Previous participations of the programme include landscape fine artist, John Morris and contemporary artist, Finbar Dac.

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