Now is the time to book your place at a Major Tourism Conference titled “Learn from the Best”. Organized by Dundalk Chamber of Commerce and sponsored by The Local Enterprise Office Louth , The Four Seasons Hotel Carlingford and Louth County Council this event will bring experts together from various Tourism projects around Ireland so that you can replicate it in your own business. There will be practical tips on how to improve your tourism business so you can increase your sales and boost attendance figures at your attraction!
There will be six key speakers at the event including:
Michael Collins of Travel Media who will discuss SEO for Travel & Tourism Content Marketing
Gavin & Sarah Mackie of Larchfield Estate will fill us in on how they dared to be different and created a new market for their Estate.
Colm Brehney of Failte Ireland will cover the topic of “Sharing the Benefits of Ireland’s Ancient East”
Siobhan McGuigan of Type AB Consultancy will tell the story of the Belfast Christmas Market and how they keep it fresh.
Karen Henderson- of Visit Derry will discuss Marketing Derry as a tourism destination and the impact that festivals have on the city.
Sammy Leslie of Castle Leslie Estate will fill us in on how she has made the Castle in to a star attraction for weddings and events.
There will also be a Tourism Advisory Clinic with exhibits from Local Enterprise Office Louth, Failte Ireland, Southern Regional College, Louth Leader Partnership, and Louth County Council Planning Office.
Places cost €20 plus vat for members and €30 plus vat for non members.
Stands cost €50 plus vat each and you get one free place at the event. This event is a must for all in the Tourism and Hospitality sector. You can book by calling Brenda or Rosaleen on Tel: 353 (42) 9336343 or email [email protected] or click on the link https://www.dundalk.ie/event/cross-border-tourism-conference-2018
There are also a number of sponsorship opportunities available so contact me to discuss same on the above number if you are interested.
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