Data Protection and Contact Tracing
  By Conor Hogan, Global Privacy Practice Lead at BSI Consulting Services  Many business...

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IFSA/Chef Network Operating Guidelines
Representing over 200 member companies, IFSA (the Irish Foodservice Suppliers Alliance) and Chef Net...

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Brand Building with Video
  Video is a powerful communications tool, but hotels need to have a clear reason for posting ...

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Fáilte Ireland Business Hub supports industry
In response to COVID-19, Fáilte Ireland has created a new online support hub for tourism businesses,...

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Data Protection and Contact Tracing
IFSA/Chef Network Operating Guidelines
Brand Building with Video
Fáilte Ireland Business Hub supports industry


Website promotes Cork Staycations

Cork County Council has launched a comprehensive online tourism directory focused on helping reopening businesses to capitalise on ‘staycations’.inchydoney0620
 The local authority has created the Rediscover County Cork site which lists 600 attractions in the county and provides links in their areas to accommodation, bars, and restaurants.
The site focuses primarily on what’s on offer in and around the 23 main towns in the county. The user can zoom in on a town and see what attractions are within a 20km radius, or expand it up to 100km depending on their scope for travel.


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Guidelines give Restaurants 'Fighting Chance'

Fáilte Ireland's new guidelines for restaurants to re-open give a "fighting chance" for businesses to save themselves, says RAI ceo.Adrian Cummiunscummins0120

He said the guidelines coming so late in the day had hampered preparations, but that businesses are "up for the challenge".
 'The new guidelines are not a consolation prize to replace the urgent need for governmental measures to stimulate the ailing industry', he added.
Fáilte Ireland said it has developed operational guidelines in line with the HSE and health chiefs, and the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI).


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Europe breaks for 50 Heros

 The Europe Hotel and Resort is saying 'Thank You' to Ireland’s frontline heroes with the  50 luxurious overnight stays.europe

 Each winner will receive overnight accommodation in one of their Lakeview Rooms, with views across Killarney’s lakes and mountains, for two people sharing. The experience also includes full breakfast in The Panorama Restaurant, a dinner in The Brasserie Restaurant, a bottle of Moët & Chandon on ice awaiting in the room upon arrival  The Europe’s iconic 'Bertie the Bear' to take home.


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College promotes Hospitality Careers

Ciork IT has urged students to consider a career in hospitality, despite current jlay-offs in the sector.
 staff'Students and their parents should consider the merits of this sector as college courses are considered' the college says.. 'The hotel and tourism field offers a lot of variety and students can specialize in areas such as operations, food and beverage, revenue management, events, human resources, and sales – just to name a few areas in this diverse industry. Cork and the surrounding area has much growth planned in the sector, with a number of new hotels being built in the City, along with the 6,000 seat Cork Convention Centre, which will be able to host large-scale conferences, conventions and concerts.
A key to servicing these quality venues is the team behind them, and CIT – through its Department of Tourism & Hospitality – offers courses which have led to graduates taking up senior positions with hotels, restaurants, bars and visitor attractions all over the world, as well as at home and indeed in the Cork region.
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Reprieve for Muckross Farms

The Government has intervened in plans by the Trustees of Muckross House to close the Muckross Traditional Farms in the Killarney National Park as a cost-cutting exercise.muckrossfarm0620

Staff were informed last week the company had been severely affected by the pandemic and on the advice of the board of trustees the traditional farms were to stop operating on September 1.
However, talks took place between senior Government officials and the trustees were held over the weekend.
"The department (of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht) is going to work with the trustees to ensure the project will remain open," a senior official source said. “It will be available 2020/2021.”
“We’ll work with the trustees. We don’t want to lose the farms. Other options can be explored,” the senior official said.
In the past five years some €10m has been invested in Muckross House including a restoration of the boathouse, chimneys, windows, kitchens and roads.


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