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Web Summit was worth €37m

The Web Summit was worth around €37m to Dublin according to Failte Irelnd, whose estimate sius significantly lower than the €100m widely quoted and Lisbon's expectatio

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n that the 2016 event will be worth €175m
 Lisbon will provide about €1.3 million to help support the cost of staging the event.
 The Web Summit is expected to draw more than 30,000 attendees in its final year in Dublin.
 The event has attracted more than €800,000 in funds from State agencies in the past three years.
Fáilte Ireland  has backed the event with about €150,000 in three years, including €50,000 for the event due to take place in November.
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Ryanair Drops Atlantic Plan

Ryanair has shelved plans to launch a low-cost transatlantic carrier as it cannot get the aircraft it needs to operate such a service.
Chief executive, Michael O’Leary, has said several times that the airline was exploring the possibility of a launching a transatlantic business through a separate compan

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y, on condition that it could get the necessary craft.
However, chairman David Bonderman, indicated at yesterday’s annual general meeting in Dublin that a transatlantic operation is now off the agenda.
 

Cork-Boston Link Soon

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Cork Airport is to operate its first scheduled transatlantic flights in 50 years, with Norwegian Air set to offer flights to Boston three times per week.
 Official confirmation of the new service is expected early next week, just days before CityJet begins its 18-flights-a-week service from Cork to London City Airport.
 It is believed that the Norwegian Air flights could begin in the first half of next year. 

All Change for Lunch

Lunch offers a great opportunity for food operators prepared to adapt, says Horizons
 There is a real opportunity for foodservice operators to grow their lunchtime trade as the definition of lunch broadens and consumers become more adventurous in their choices. 
 Speaking at the lunch! trade show in London , Emma Read, Horizons director of marketing and business development, told the audience that there was huge opportunity for the lunch market as it begins to blur with the breakfast and snacking sectors and even with evening meals. 

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 'Consumers expect to be able to eat when they want, wherever they happen to be whether it's out shopping, at work, travelling or in a garden centre. Lunch is extending beyond its traditional times ? it could now be anything from mid morning to late afternoon. Operators need to be prepared for this and adapt', she said.
 'There are also new, innovative chains offering a much wider choice of lunchtime dishes - how much longer can the humble sandwich be our lunch of choice when you can buy fantastically healthy salads, noodle pots and a vast array of other foods-to-go?'
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Kings Chocolate Kitchen

The Dublin Gastronomy Symposium is hosting a free public lecture on ‘The Kings Chocolate Kitchen at Hampton Court Palace, London’ in DIT Cathal Brugha Street on Wednesday 7th October at 6.15pm. The speaker is Marc Meltonville food historian at Royal Historic Palaces since 1991. All welcome. Further information http://arrow.dit.ie/dgs/ 
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