Growing Tourism in Tipperary seminar

Thursday, 1 March 2018

Growing Tourism in Tipperary seminar thumbnailRoscrea Castle - A key tourist attraction in Ireland's Ancient East.

TIPPERARY Tourism is hosting a seminar on "Growing Tourism in Tipperary" on March 8 at the Anner Hotel in Thurles.

The briefing is being held as part of Local Enterprise Week and businesses from around the county with tourism interests are being invited to attend.

The briefing will allow businesses to hear from Tipperary Tourism about their plans for 2018 which include but are not limited to; working with Fáilte Ireland and Tourism Ireland to welcome high profile domestic and international media trips to the County; the development of a three year marketing plan including creating new content, video and articles; the further development of Tipperary Tourism's online presence; the continued marketing and promotion of Tipperary as part of Ireland's Ancient East as well as the Munster Vales and Lough Derg Lakelands destinations.

The event is an excellent opportunity to hear from Fáilte Ireland and their Head of Commercial Development, Paul Keeley who will offer "A Ten Year Perspective on Irish Tourism".

Another highlight of the briefing promises to be the spotlight on innovative Tipperary Tourism members. Fran Curry, well known broadcaster from Tipp FM, will MC the event and will facilitate a Q&A session on stage with Graham Kenny from Bike Park Ireland, Elizabeth Nallen from Hotel Minella, Con Traas from The Apple Farm, Mark Molloy from Crossogue Equestrian Centre and Mary Fogarty from The Cottage in Loughmore. These special guests will provide an insight into their businesses and tips for success to those attending.

In addition to this, attendees will be treated to Tipperary afternoon tea with a menu of local produce from the Tipperary Food Producers Network.

Register by March 1 by emailing . The event will be held from 4pm until 6.30pm on March 8 in the Anner Hotel.

Tipperary Tourism is a marketing and industry development group dedicated to promoting Tipperary as a major visitor destination in the domestic and international market place. Now in its third year Tipperary Tourism is beginning to reap the benefits of having a dedicated Tourism entity to consolidate and drive tourism promotion and marketing for County Tipperary recognising that tourism is worth over €109 million annually coming from over 400,000 domestic and overseas visitors.

Membership for Tipperary Tourism is still open and businesses are advised if they wish to sign up to please email or by phoning to 0761065178.


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