Brand Building with Video
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Fáilte Ireland Business Hub supports industry
In response to COVID-19, Fáilte Ireland has created a new online support hub for tourism businesses,...

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'Be a Great Employer' says top restaurateur
Pictured are Fergal Lee (third from left) with Peggy Kim, Micheline Corr, Linda McFadden and  F...

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Awards for Foodservice Suppliers
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Brand Building with Video
Fáilte Ireland Business Hub supports industry
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Awards for Foodservice Suppliers


Clarendon Inn Sold

Brothers James and Edward Dunne, owners of the Carrig Brewing Company in Drumshanbo, Co Leitrim, have bought the Clarendon Inn lin Dublin’s south inner city.
 The brothers paid in excess of €2.4 million for the business premises – well ahead of the guide price of €1.6 million-plus set by John Ryan of selling agents CBRE.
 There were 14 bidders.

Failte Ireland invites Festival grant applications

Failte Ireland has opened its application process for the Regional Festivals and Participative Events Programme 2016.
 The regional programme is aimed at supporting events which drive domestic tourism and help to improve the visitor experience by animating key destinations in Ireland. Grants are available towards the cost of marketing the event beyond the local area, and in certain cases towards programming and production costs. 
The closing date for submission of applications is noon on 18th January 2016.

Brian celebrates with Skylon investment

Donegal hotelier Brian McEniff , chairman of the McEniff Hotel Group, celebrated 50 years in Irish hospitality this week by announcing 


a €1m. investment in Dublin's Skylon Hotel.
 Pictured are Tourism Minister Paschal Donohoe T.D. , Shane Gavock, General Manager Dublin Skylon Hotel and Brian McEniff, chairman of  Brian McEniff Hotel Group.
  The Skylon Hotel was extensively refurbished in 2013 and will see further development in 2016 with a €1m investment by the group which will enable it's transition to a four star hotel.  
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Cheers for Raquel

 Raquel Noboa of Hotel Doolin has been named Hospitality Manager of the Year 2015 in the EPA-sponsored 'Environmental' category.
 greendoolRaquel (second from right) is pictured at the Irish Hospitality Management Awards with Ann Murphy, EPA; Minister for Tourism, Paschal Donohoe, and Martin Mangan President IHI.
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Tourism Targets 4% Growth in 2016

Tourism Ireland launched  its marketing plans to promote Ireland overseas in 2016 and beyond, at an event attended by Tourism Minister Paschal Donohoe and tourism industry leaders from around the country.
 The organisation aims to surpass this year’s record performance in overseas tourism and to welcome 8.2 million visitors to Ireland in 2016. This figure will represent growth of +4% over 2015 and deliver €4.4 billion to the Irish economy (almost +5%) next year.
 To illustrate how much Irish tourism has bounced back since the downturn, a comparison of CSO figures for January to October 2015 versus the same period in 2010 shows superb growth in visitors from Britain (+20% in that five-year period), North America (+51%), Mainland Europe (+38%) and Australia and developing markets (+66%).
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