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Pictured at Meitheal, Ireland's largest travel trade fair, organised by Fáilte Ireland in the RDS Dublin were Marguerite Curran (left) and David Shelly from Bunratty Castle with Siobhan King (centre), Fáilte Ireland.

Clare ‘doing business’ at Meitheal workshop

Over 500 Irish trade, including tourism businesses from Clare, recently attended Meitheal, Ireland’s largest travel trade fair, organised by Fáilte Ireland, in the RDS Dublin.

This event is a central date in the tourism industry calendar, allowing the Irish tourism industry to actively grow its business in countries from around the world – with delegates from as far afield as Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

Meitheal provides a valuable opportunity to forge even stronger commercial relations between local tourism providers and the international travel trade. With interest in visiting Ireland growing, our appeal remains strong and we now offer better value than for many years.

Thanking the Clare tourism trade for attending Meitheal, Fáilte Ireland CEO Shaun Quinn commented, “Tourism is in robust health and we expect growth to continue this year. However, we are not complacent and the face to face meetings that took place with the Clare trade who attended Meitheal, along with the other Fáilte Ireland trade events scheduled throughout the year, are a crucial part of our strategy for growth in 2016.

There is plenty of business to win and we will continue to aggressively sell our biggest stand-out attractions – including the Wild Atlantic Way, the lively and varied destination that is Dublin and Ireland’s Ancient East, in the east and south of the country.”

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