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  • Niall O’Connor – General Manager Kilkenny River Court Hotel | Irish Hotels Federation
    Having studied Hospitality skills in Waterford IT Niall worked within the bar trade in parallel for a number of years before commencing employment with the Redmond Hotel Group Niall quickly progressed his career from Banqueting Manager to Deputy General Manager and then General Manager of The Amber Springs Hotel Niall soon realised his passion for the Hospitality Sector advising that In our business no two days at the same which is one of the reasons I love what I do My passion is in ensuring exceptional high standards throughout our hotel whilst always looking after our customers to the very high standards that we set for ourselves here at the Kilkenny River Court Hotel We are very proud of our 16 years in business and fortunate to have many team members with us since we opened I am looking forward to this next chapter as part of the team at the Kilkenny River Court Hotel Kilkenny is a beautiful city and we are so fortunate to offer so much to do and see in Kilkenny to all our visitors I look forward to meeting all of our customers both regular and new customers over the coming months The Neville Family

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/content/niall-o%E2%80%99connor-%E2%80%93-general-manager-kilkenny-river-court-hotel (2016-02-07)
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  • New General Manager for Celbridge Manor - Ken Battigan | Irish Hotels Federation
    after recently taking up the role of General Manager Ken brings his almost 20 years experience to the property and will use this to grow the business over the coming years The Hotel is a magnificent period building in the Heritage town of Celbridge and is nestled in 6 5 acres of walled gardens The facilities include 66 guest bedrooms and with conference and event facilities ranging in size from

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/content/new-general-manager-celbridge-manor-ken-battigan (2016-02-07)
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  • The Morrison have appointed Sushil Kumar their new Executive Head Chef | Irish Hotels Federation
    for tourists and locals alike Brand new menus for the Spring Summer season specially created by Chef Sushil will further enhance the hotel s reputation for excellence in food and hospitality Chef Sushil Kumar brings a wealth of experience to his new role Over his 15 years in Ireland he has worked in some of the finest restaurants and hotels most recently as Head Chef at The Kilronan Castle Hotel

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/content/morrison-have-appointed-sushil-kumar-their-new-executive-head-chef (2016-02-07)
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  • People on the Move | Irish Hotels Federation
    in to view Tweets by IHFcomms Where are you going Check in Check out Want to feature your Hotel on our site Click HERE People on the Move Back Patrick Hanley joins Park Hotel Kenmare as General Manager Born raised in a hotel in Kenmare Co Kerry Patrick followed his parents footsteps into the hospitality business Read more about Patrick Hanley joins Park Hotel Kenmare as General Manager berginc s

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/people-on-the-move?page=1 (2016-02-07)
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  • Irish Tourism Industry Awards 2015 Winners Announced! | Irish Hotels Federation
    out Want to feature your Hotel on our site Click HERE Irish Tourism Industry Awards 2015 Winners Announced Back Submitted by berginc on Wed 10 12 2014 10 07am Irish Tourism Industry Awards 2015 The biennial Irish Tourism Industry Awards showcase the country s most successful and innovative tourism products services and experiences Organised and presented by the Irish Tourist Industry Confederation ITIC s industry members Fáilte Ireland and Tourism Ireland The inaugural 2015 Irish Tourism Industry Awards were presented at a Black Tie Gala Dinner on 24th April 2015 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Dublin Winners received an award commissioned by Irish Design 2015 for the Irish Tourism Industry Awards together with promotional branding for use throughout the year Please click here to see a list of 2015 winners The Awards give recognition to and promote people companies and organisations overseas and at home that have made significant contributions to developing marketing selling and delivering improved visitor experiences in Ireland and to increasing the number of visitors from overseas In particular the Irish Tourism Industry Awards aim to Publicly recognise and reward excellence Provide a benchmark for best practice Encourage the continuous raising of standards Provide better visitor experiences

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/content/irish-tourism-industry-awards-2015-winners-announced (2016-02-07)
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  • The Responsible Serving of Alcohol Programme launches new online training initiative | Irish Hotels Federation
    alcohol which is the case in the UK and a vast number of countries around the world The US Australia Canada etc Until it is made a legal requirement the VFI LVA IHF have committed to continue promoting the programme to their members and have done so over the years It is a credit to the organisations that 15 000 staff have already completed the face to face training Initial dialogue with the Department of Health has been good and we would urge the Department of Health to take a look at how this programme can be implemented for the benefit of those working in the service and sale of alcohol Padraig Cribben Donal O Keeffe and Tim Fenn CEO s of the Vintners Federation of Ireland The Licensed Vintners Association and The Irish Hotels Federation respectively welcomed the new online programme The three men stated it would of great benefit to the entire service industry and would equip all staff in pubs clubs hotels and restaurants with the skillset needed to best serve the consumer The collective feeling amongst the three representatives is that the Irish consumer will be able to enjoy a drink safe in the knowledge they are being served by a fully qualified member of staff They also stressed the importance of alcohol being sold in a controlled and regulated environment and warned of the scant consideration being given to the manner in which alcohol is being sold in supermarkets up and down the length and breadth of the country Dr Stephen Stewart Consultant Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist Director of the Centre for Liver Disease Mater Hospital speaking at the launch also commented The bartender s role can be very challenging It is critical that bar staff understand the effects of alcohol whether acute or chronic so that they know when people are running into trouble and can head off problems before they happen Alcohol is a unique commodity and must be treated with respect and some caution An educational course that offers a good grounding in the key elements of this is invaluable and should in my view be a pre requisite in the training of bar staff With raised awareness of the potential problems associated with alcohol among those that serve it we move closer to a time when we as a nation can develop a more healthy relationship with alcohol limit harms and enjoy its consumption in moderation or at least with a better understanding of potential risks RSA Online is the subject matter for an extensive research campaign being undertaken by the Waterford Institute of Technology WIT and coordinated by Dr Joanne Malone of the department of languages tourism and hospitality The research will assess the impact of online server training on the hospitality industry in Ireland The research will be carried out across industry sectors Hotels bars clubs restaurants and across various levels of staff junior bartenders managers owners of licensed premises John Mulcahy Head of Tourism Fáilte Ireland says Failte Ireland

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/content/responsible-serving-alcohol-programme-launches-new-online-training-initiative (2016-02-07)
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  • The Next Steps - Restoring Financial Sustainability to the Irish Hotel Industry | Irish Hotels Federation
    IHFcomms Where are you going Check in Check out Want to feature your Hotel on our site Click HERE The Next Steps Restoring Financial Sustainability to the Irish Hotel Industry Back Submitted by berginc on Mon 09 06 2014 4 46pm The Next Steps Restoring Financial Sustainability to the Irish Hotel Industry by Dr Alan Ahearne Economist commissioned by the Irish Hotels Federation To read or download the report please

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/content/next-steps-restoring-financial-sustainability-irish-hotel-industry (2016-02-07)
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  • DRINKS INDUSTRY LAUNCHES MAJOR NATIONAL CAMPAIGN ‘SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL' | Irish Hotels Federation
    wages bill of 885m and purchases over 1 billion of Irish produced agricultural other materials and services inputs These purchases support about 11 600 jobs The direct and indirect employment total of 74 600 supports an additional 17 500 jobs Overall the drinks industry supports over 92 000 jobs Also speaking at the launch of Support Your Local was Marie Byrne Dublin Whiskey Company The success of Irish Whiskey is one that we can all be proud of and one that needs support If we are to ensure that companies such as our craft distillery namely the Dublin Whiskey Company are to thrive into the future we need the support of government key stakeholders and the wider industry Ireland has a huge opportunity to promote Irish whiskey on a global scale so we need everyone to support their local in order to make it happen I would encourage everyone to Support Your Local Vincent Flannery Proprietor The Bard s Den Letterfrack Co Galway Our local community have made a huge effort to support us and I would like to thank them for their continued support This support has made it possible to keep growing our business despite the difficult times we are working through and a number of excise tax increases which are really cutting into our profits We have reinvested in our product grown our services and continue to support and be supported by our local community Six years ago we employed 3 fulltime and 4 part time employees We now employ 8 full time and 15 part time employees and with a bit of luck and the right support we will grow even further Eugene Ryan Barley Farmer Stradbally Co Laois My family have been involved in barley farming for a many years and without the iconic Irish brands such as Guinness being sold worldwide an already difficult situation would be made impossible The improvements I am making on my farm allow me to be competitive in a tight market and I look forward to supplying grain to a vibrant drinks industry in this country for many years to come An industry wide pledge clarifying the members position on the necessary steps that must be taken in order to address alcohol misuse was issued at the event It stated that the signatories have sought to work with government in order to play an appropriate role in addressing issues pertaining to the misuse of alcohol in this country and called on government to address alcohol misuse by Addressing the sale of cheap alcohol Introducing a statutory ban on price based advertising Introducing statutory codes to regulate the merchandising of alcohol The Support Your Local campaign is supported and funded by the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland All members of that group including suppliers pubs restaurants hotels and independent off licences are enthusiastically asking people to recognise the massive contribution that the industry makes to local communities all over Ireland and are calling on everyone to Support Your Local The

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/content/drinks-industry-launches-major-national-campaign-%E2%80%98support-your-local-0 (2016-02-07)
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