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Athlone native wins Graduate of the Year at Irish Hospitality Institute National Awards

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Veronica Byrne, a native of Athlone and a graduate of Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) has won the 2015 Irish Hospitality Institute (IHI) Graduate of the Year Award, at a recent ceremony held in the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, Dublin.

Students raise €2,000 for Mullingar Educate Together NS and suicide awareness

Tourism, hospitality, and sport management students at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) have raised €2,000 for Console, the national suicide charity, and for the Autism Spectrum Disorder units in Mullingar Educate Together NS.

Students raise €2,000 to benefit suicide awareness and autism education

Tourism, hospitality, and sport management students at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) have raised €2,000 for Console, the national suicide charity, and for the Autism Spectrum Disorder units in Mullingar Educate Together NS.

GMIT to host ninth national Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference this week

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Delegates from the Irish hospitality sector will gather in GMIT today (Thursday) and tomorrow for the ninth annual Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC). Hosted by the GMIT College of Tourism and Arts, the conference gathers industry, academia, and students together to discuss the sector’s research and industry trends.

GMIT announces appointment of new marketing officer

GMIT has this week announced the appointment of Karen Smyth as marketing officer for the institute, with responsibility for promoting GMIT in Ireland and overseas, and managing all marketing activities.

GMIT Hotel School to host Foodie Forum in February

The Hotel School in GMIT Galway will host the first national “Foodie Forum” on Thursday 2 February. The event will be an interactive oneday experience which will showcase the abundance and variety of excellent local and artisan produce available in Ireland. The event aims to support local food businesses and promote consumer sustainability.

GMIT Hotel School to host first national food forum

The Hotel School in GMIT will host the first national Foodie Forum on Thursday February 2. The event will be an interactive one-day experience which will showcase the abundance and variety of excellent local and artisan produce available in Ireland. The event aims to support local food businesses and promote consumer sustainability.

Invest in training and development - it is a win win situation for your company

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The secret to being a great company is a combination of many factors which have their foundation in the people within your company - recruiting people with great attitudes, passion and pride in the work they do; the working environment - creating a culture that fosters loyalty, respect, courtesy, fairness, consideration, professionalism, investment in development, appreciation, openness to correction and a hunger for striving to do things better; and structures and procedures which are clearly defined, well communicated, understood and respected by everyone.

Glasson Hotel and Country Club among graduates at Trinity College

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Gareth Jones from Glasson Hotel and Country Club was one of 20 owners and senior managers in the Irish tourism sector to recently graduate from the Fáilte Ireland executive management programme which is designed in conjunction with Cornell University, USA. The graduation ceremony which took place in Trinity College Dublin honoured participants from across the tourism sector including representatives from hotels, restaurants, and other tourism activities/attractions. The programme was based on a study of a range of job-related topics covering strategy, marketing, finance, management, and operations.

International tourism conference to be held at AIT

A major conference on smart thinking in tourism will be held at Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) on 14-15 June.

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