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Virtual Mission to Netherlands -Belgium

Tourism Ireland’s virtual sales mission in the Netherlands and Belgium kicked off this week, with twenty-two  tourism businesses from Ireland set to take part over the next twonetherlands1121 weeks.

Pictured (top l to r) are  Eef Belckx and Alexandra O’Byrne, both Tourism Ireland; Terry O’Toole, Love Connemara Cottages; Jenny Hanna, The Green Holiday Cottages; (middle l-r) Shane Smyth, Portbeg Holiday Homes; Lauren Van Bever and Toon Teugels, both Galtic; Aoife Fee, Tourism Northern Ireland; (bottom l-r) Martina Canty and Karolette Mulligan, both Fáilte Ireland, during Tourism Ireland’s virtual sales mission in the Netherlands and Belgium.
The tourism companies from Ireland are engaging in a number of virtual ‘boardroom’ style sessions, to showcase and sell their product or experience to the influential Dutch and Belgian travel professionals. The aim of the sales mission is to highlight the many experiences and attractions on offer here to influential tour operators from the Netherlands and Belgium, to remind them about the many reasons for their clients to choose Ireland as their next holiday destination.

 

Karen van der Horst, Tourism Ireland’s Manager for Northern Europe, said: “Tourism Ireland is delighted that these key Dutch and Belgian tour operators are taking the time to join our sales mission and connect with our partners from Ireland. The participation of these influential travel professionals is a strong indication that interest in visiting Ireland remains high. Our message is that we cannot wait to roll out the green carpet and welcome their clients back for a fantastic holiday experience.”
 

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