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HOTELIERS WELCOME CONTINUED GROWTH IN OVERSEAS VISITORS

28.04.2015

HOTELIERS WELCOME CONTINUED GROWTH IN OVERSEAS VISITORS

Figures demonstrate continued momentum for tourism in 2015

 

Marketing Network, April 14th 2015 - Sandymount Hotel, Dublin

22.04.2015

 

A big thank you to all those that took part in the 3rd IHF Marketing Network event in Sandymount Hotel, Dublin last Tuesday. It was great to see a packed room, fantastic speakers and such enthusiasm from all attendees.

In particular, thanks to Susan O’Driscoll for hosting and Rebekah Lavelle & Ailís Cahalan for helping organise a great event.

            

 

HOTELIERS WELCOME LAUNCH OF IRELAND’S ANCIENT EAST TRAIL

14.04.2015
HOTELIERS WELCOME LAUNCH OF IRELAND’S ANCIENT EAST TRAIL
Initiative Offers Enormous Opportunity for Local Tourism Businesses
 

IHF Marketing Network Friday April 15th 2016

15.04.2016

 

 

IHF Marketing Network April 15th, 10am – 1pm
Osprey Hotel, Naas, Kildare
Register Now!

 

“Bridging Revenue Management with Digital Marketing”

 

We’re delighted to announce our next network event is taking place on April 15th in the Osprey Hotel, Naas on April 15th at 10:00am.

We have 3 excellent presentations this session focusing on Revenue Management, Video Marketing & Social Media Marketing. 

HOTELIERS WELCOME GOVERNMENT’S NEW TOURISM STRATEGY

23.03.2015

 

HOTELIERS WELCOME GOVERNMENT’S NEW TOURISM STRATEGY

People, Place and Policy – Growing Tourism to 2015

 

WIFI FREE-FOR-ALL IN IRISH HOTELS AND GUESTHOUSES

24.02.2015

WIFI FREE-FOR-ALL IN IRISH HOTELS AND GUESTHOUSES

Staying Connected Comes Top of the List for Guests

 

HOTELIERS CALL ON GOVERNMENT TO TACKLE PUBLIC SECTOR CHARGES

23.02.2015

HOTELIERS CALL ON GOVERNMENT TO TACKLE PUBLIC SECTOR CHARGES

Local Authority Rates a Serious Concern for Irish Hoteliers

 

·   Hoteliers calls for a 30% reduction in local authority rates

·   Greater efficiencies needed at local Government level

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