28th February 2019

Book now for Spending Trends: Tourism, Hospitality & Retail Insights

‘Spending Trends: Tourism, Hospitality & Retail Insights’ – March 11th

Ennis Chamber will host a cutting edge event sponsored by AIB, to examine and discuss spending and marketing trends across Tourism, Hospitality and Retail, three key industry sectors for the Banner County.

Free to attend, places are limited and booking is necessary on Eventbrite:

‘Spending Trends: Tourism, Hospitality & Retail Insightsand Marketing Trends’ will take place in the Civic Room, Waterpark House, Drumbiggle, Ennis, on Monday, March 11th.

Chaired by Tina O’Dwyer of The Tourism Space, the line-up of speakers includes; David McCarthy, Head of Hospitality and Tourism, AIB,  Niall O’Callaghan, MD of Shannon Heritage, Michael Vaughan former President of Irish Hotels Federation, David Fitzsimmons, CEO Retail Excellence, Jean McCabe of Willow, winner of Retail Excellence National Store of the Year.

While David McCarthy Head of Hospitality and Tourism with AIB will travel to Ennis to give attendees an overview of spending and current trends. plus predicted trends for these key sectors, he will also drill down spends to deliver stats specific to Co. Clare.

Diarmuid McMahon, President Ennis Chamber said, “We are delighted to host this event with the support of the AIB team across Co Clare. This promises to be a very insightful event in what are increasingly important sectors for County Clare, each facing their own opportunities and challenges.  What sets this event apart is that it will deliver market leading advice that is localised to Clare.”

This gathering will also provide an ideal opportunity to network and share information with business owners and managers from these sectors operating within Clare.

Also in attendance, will be four leading artisan producers from the county: Birgitta Curtin of Burren Smokehouse, Orlaigh Rees of Meere’s Pork Products, Siobhan Garvey of St.  Tola Goat Cheese and Patricia Farrell of Wilde Irish Chocolates.

For further information email Margaret O’Brien: mobrien@ennischamber

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