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Mulranny won the Best Small Town award at the 2013 Fáilte Ireland Tourism Towns awards, which were presented in Dublin on Thursday afternoon.
Fáilte Ireland has awarded a tender to Blue Sail Consultants under its Destination Development Programme, to develop a ‘Blueprint for Tourism’ in Galway city.
Two of Kilkenny’s key cultural and heritage organisations, Butler Gallery and the National Craft Gallery, were among a group of cultural experts who took part in Fáilte Ireland’s Cultural Insights Initiative.
Failte Ireland has made a commitment to help promote Mayo Tourism throughout 2012 following its annual Tourism Industry Briefing held in Westport on Tuesday last. In a discussion with tourism operators in the county at Knockranny House Hotel, the tourism body warned against any complacency in the sector, stressing that the hard lessons and good work of the last few years will need to continue.
Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport Michael Ring has welcomed the appointment of Noel Kavanagh to the Fáilte Ireland Authority. Mr Kavanagh's term of office will run until May 27 2015.
Tourism businesses in Co Kilkenny can now avail of a wide range of practical, action-focused business and finance tools free of charge via Fáilte Ireland’s newest business tools website, www.businesstools.failteireland.ie
Fáilte Ireland is inviting members of the B&B sector to attend one of a series of workshops being held nationwide to introduce a repositioning strategy for the industry. The soon to be announced strategy has been endorsed by industry representative bodies and individual operators.
Fáilte Ireland West has won an Institute of Advertising Practitioners of Ireland Advertising Effectiveness Award for its ground-breaking Right Here, Right Now domestic tourism advertising campaign. The Advertising Effectiveness Awards are considered to be the flagship industry awards for the advertising industry and celebrate the most effective advertising campaigns in Ireland.