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  • A Breath of Fresh Air for Dublin - New Brand and Marketing Campaign | Irish Hotels Federation
    and sea it provides an experience not found in other cities Speaking at today s launch Michael Carey Chairman of the GDTA explained All of us around the table tourism businesses retailers representative associations and State agencies feel that this new brand captures the essence of what makes Dublin different Given its size and proximity to sea and countryside Dublin can offer up a variety of experiences not usually found in a European city It provides for a city break a difference a breath of fresh air This brand and look will now permeate all our marketing of Dublin and it is envisaged that all stakeholders in the industry will adopt it in their own marketing advocates for the city will use it when talking with friends and colleagues abroad and developers within the tourism sector will use it when designing new projects A joint marketing campaign From next week Monday 19 th October the new brand will feature strongly in a marketing campaign in the UK including targeted transport and commuter outdoor advertising A marketing campaign will also begin shortly in France and Germany with an emphasis on digital and social media marketing Digital marketing will also play a significant role in communicating the new brand at home in order to rally Dublin businesses and the wider public behind the new messaging The new Dublin marketing campaign is being financed through a joint public private marketing fund Of the 1m committed to the first phase of the marketing campaign Fáilte Ireland is providing 450 000 towards the fund the four local authorities in Dublin city and county are contributing 300 000 Dublin Hotels are providing 150 000 and the balance is being provided by other private sector operators including Brown Thomas the Guinness Storehouse Irish Distillers the Restaurants Association of Ireland the Licenced Vintners Association The Dublin Airport Authority the Dublin Chamber of Commerce Dublintown the Dublin City Business Improvement District the Dublin City Business Association Irish Ferries Epic Ireland Retail Excellence Ireland and Croke Park It is envisaged that this funding model will also be used to fund further campaigns next year and beyond The campaign seeks to reposition Dublin from a city that is defined mainly as a party city to a must visit destination with an evolving breadth and depth of stimulating experiences to see and do It is designed to move the perception of Dublin from a weak and one dimensional image to that of a city pulsing with life from its ever evolving culture and curiosity to its vibrant people emphasising that the city breathes life into those who visit Furthermore the campaign will stress that Dublin has a spontaneous openness both in its city layout and its friendliness which allows visitors to enter freely and easily find surprising experiences as its compact nature ensures that it is easy to explore what the entire city and region has to offer Fáilte Ireland CEO Shaun Quinn added This is the first Dublin dedicated tourism campaign

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/content/breath-fresh-air-dublin-new-brand-and-marketing-campaign (2016-02-07)
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  • Ireland 2016 | Irish Hotels Federation
    Language An Teanga Bheo Historical Reflection Youth and Imagination Cultural Expression Community Participation and Global and Diaspora The State Ceremonial events represent the formal and solemn marking of 1916 as the seminal event in our modern history which led to our independence A wide ranging programme of formal commemorative events has been developed focusing on remembering and honouring those who took part in the Easter Rising and especially those who gave their lives Historical Reflection includes a diverse range of projects and activities focused on the events of 1916 designed to commemorate and broaden access to information about the Easter Rising while encouraging historical interest at local community school and academic level Eight capital projects are also being funded by the Government of Ireland as legacy projects to underpin this strand They include the GPO Interpretative Centre a new exhibition and information centre at Richmond Barracks the development of a Tenement Museum on Dublin s Henrietta Street the development of a cultural centre at Teach an Phiarsaigh in Rosmuc the refurbishment of Kilmainham Courthouse and Gaol the expansion and development of the Military Archives and the restoration of the historic Kevin Barry Rooms at the National Concert Hall An Teanga Bheo The Living Language will focus on the role and importance of the Irish language and special initiatives include high profile events on learning resources a digitisation programme lectures debates seminars and arts events The Youth and Imagination aims to capture the hearts and minds of our young people so that they will have a better understanding of the events of 1916 as well as the stories of their own families local towns and communities A sustained engagement with our cultural heritage with the arts and with artists is the core ambition of the Cultural Expression programme strand which will

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/content/ireland-2016 (2016-02-07)
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  • Support Your Local Campaign Materials | Irish Hotels Federation
    on our site Click HERE Support Your Local Campaign Materials Back Submitted by berginc on Wed 09 09 2015 3 02pm The Support Your Local campaign have produced beer mats postcards and posters for you to download and display Posters specific to each county are also available please contact Bart Storan bart subrosa ie Support Your Local Logo Beermats Ireland Beer Mat Cork Beer Mat Limerick Beer Mat Mayo Beer

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/content/support-your-local-campaign-materials (2016-02-07)
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  • Ireland’s Ancient East | Irish Hotels Federation
    and cultural assets in the east and south of Ireland Please Click on the Image above to watch the Video Ireland s Ancient East is geared to maximise the history and heritage in the region and bring it to greater international attention The new initiative will offer visitors a personal experience of 5000 years of history through a relaxing journey of discovery in the beautiful landscape that attracted warring settlers for millennia and illuminated by stories from the best storytellers in the world the local people Stretching from Newgrange and the Boyne Valley in the north east and ranging through the midlands all the way down via Kilkenny s Medieval mile to Waterford s Viking Quarter and Cork s many cultural attractions the new brand proposition is intended to match and complement the Wild Atlantic Way in terms of scale and ambition You can read more about it in an illustrated fact sheet HERE To illustrate the strength of Ireland s Ancient East s appeal for these market segments Fáilte Ireland recently produced a short video explaining the brand to international travel agents and operators attending its annual trade fair Meitheal To watch please click HERE Fáilte Ireland s research

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/content/ireland%E2%80%99s-ancient-east (2016-02-07)
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  • Associate Members Directory | Irish Hotels Federation
    052 9672100 Ross Bissett bulmers ie Bunzl McLaughlin Ltd Sean Martin 01 8306555 info tmclaughlin com Bunzl Rafferty Hospitality Nicola Cully 048 30252205 sales raffertyhospitality com CB Richard Ellis Dermot Curtin 01 6185500 dermot curtin cbre com CWS boco Paul O Riordan 01 460 6000 Paul ORiordan cws boco com CX Index David Heneghan 086 1717022 david cxindex com Calor Gas Mary Geraty 01 4505000 info calorgas ie Capitol Foods Colm Collins 018362242 colmcollins capitolfoods com Celtic Linen Ltd Martin Murphy 053 9165700 sales celticgroup ie Classic Drinks Hugh Murray 086 812 1065 sales classicdrinks ie Coca Cola HBC Ireland Brian Maher 01 8807100 brian maher cchellenic com Cocoon Group David Hamilton 00442890666122 david cocoonhomeandgift com Coeliac Society of Ireland Edel Ryan 01 8721471 info ceoliac ie Crowe Horwath Anne Walsh 0 448 2200 anne walsh crowehorwath ie Dalcassian Wines Spirits John Dillon 012937977 jdillon dalcassianwines com Diageo Ireland Paul Costigan 01 4712410 paul costigan diageo com Digital Alchemy Nigel Allport 00447976254743 nigel digital alchemy com Dobiquity Enda Larkin 0872427917 endalarkin dobiquity com Dublin on Display Eilish Casserly 01 825 8126 info dublinondisplay ie Ecolab Colum Duffy 01 2763500 Colum Duffy ecolab com Edward Dillon Co Ltd John Mooney 01 8193300 john mooney edwarddillonco ie Elavon Ciara Byrne 0402 25966 ciara byrne elavon com Electric Ireland Sean Walsh 1850 372 372 sean walsh electricireland ie Flogas Ireland Ltd Eoin O Flynn 041 9831041 info flogas ie Footfall Ltd Malcolm Goodbody 087 9151785 info footfall ie Frost Couture Ann Costello 0857716318 anncostellodesign gmail com GVA Donal O Buachalla Siobhán Murphy 01 6762711 SMurphy dob ie Gas Networks Ireland Mark Holohan 087 253 1894 mholohan gasnetworks ie Gowan Energy Management Services Ltd Tom Mac Partlin 0879596834 tom gowanenergy ie GrabOne David Holme 086 040 8586 david holme grabone ie Heaney Meats Kenneth Heaney 091 771604 info heaneymeats ie Heineken Ireland Ltd Patrick Conway 021 4503371 patrick conway heineken ie Hotelcare Brian O Farrell 087 936 3137 b ofarrell hotelcare ie Hugh Jordan Adrian Kelly 01 8627200 adrian kelly hughjordan com Hypnos Contract Beds Chris Lester 0877779993 chris lester hypnosbeds com IBAL Conor Horgan 01 5383633 cmjhorgan gmail com Irish Distillers Pernod Ricard Micheal Maguire 01 2129000 michael maguire idl ie Irish Music Rights Organisation Brendan Griffin 01 6614844 kkinsella imro ie Johnsons Coffee Eric O Donovan 0876996257 eodonovan johnsonbrothers co uk Jones Lang LaSalle Ltd Daniel O Connor 01 673 1600 daniel oconnor eu jll com King Koil Christine Martin 086 2596526 cmartin kaymed ie Loyaltybuild Annette Duggan 0656865200 annette duggan loyaltybuild com Miele Professional Sharon Blackburn 01 461 0710 sharon blackburn miele ie Net Affinity Limited Sharon Power Cowley 01 2939906 sharon netaffinity com Nutritics Stephen Nolan 012542542 stephen nolan nutritics com ODonnell Furniture Makers Aodh O Donnell 028 22274 info odonnellfurniture com Oracle Hospitality formerly Micros Rosemary McArdle 01 4693173 rosemary mcardle oracle com Origen Mark Guinan 0862597669 markguinan hevac ie POStech Limited Richard Hyland 01 4035368 rhyland postech ie Pacific Direct Ltd Barry Stuart 00447919001169 BStuart pacificdirect co uk

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/associate-members-directory (2016-02-07)
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  • Privacy Policy | Irish Hotels Federation
    data involving the use of our website 2 Personal Information We use the Non Personal Data gathered from visitors to our website in an aggregate form to get a better understanding of where our visitors come from and to help us better design and organise our website We will process any Personal Data you provide to us for the following purposes a to contact you if required to respond to any communications you might send to us b to contact selected IHF staff that you have requested to be contacted on your behalf c to process any orders from you i e membership application or event bookings d to be used in statistical reporting regarding our web activities 3 Disclosure of Personal and Non Personal Data We may provide Non Personal Data to third parties where such information is combined with similar information of other users of our website For example we might inform third parties regarding the number of unique users who visit our website the demographic breakdown of our community users of our website or the activities that visitors to our website engage in while on our website We will not disclose your Personal Data to third parties unless you have consented to this disclosure or unless the third party is required to fulfil your order in such circumstances the need for disclosure to a third party will have been notified to you at the time your data is collected and that third party will be bound by similar data protection requirements We will disclose your Personal Data if we believe in good faith that we are required to disclose it in order to comply with any applicable law a summons a search warrant a court or regulatory order or other statutory requirement 4 Cookies A cookie is a small data file that a website places on your hard drive for future use Cookies can record your preferences when visiting a particular site and can help identify user trends for statistical analysis of our site This can enable us over time to provide a better experience on our site by improving content modifying navigation and generally making our site more user friendly Without cookies a web server has no memory of anything about a user s previous visits It is important to note that accepting cookies used on our site does not give us access to any personal information Most browsers automatically accept cookies by default but you can usually refuse cookies or selectively accept cookies by adjusting the preferences in your browser The IHF uses cookies for temporary sessions and page content mode 5 Security Your Personal Data is held on secure servers which are hosted by our website partners Net Affininty The nature of the Internet is such that we cannot guarantee or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us via the Internet No data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100 secure However we will take all reasonable steps

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/content/privacy-policy (2016-02-07)
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  • Links | Irish Hotels Federation
    the Irish Tourist Industry Confederation ITAS The Irish Tourist Assistance Service ITAS is a specialist service offering immediate support and assistance to tourists who are victimised while visiting Ireland Irish Hospitality Institute The Irish Hospitality Institute IHI is a professional voluntary non profit organisation founded in 1966 for managers in the hotel and tourism hospitality sector in Ireland Guesthouses in Ireland Visit the official website of the IHF to book registered Guesthouses in Ireland Hotels in Cork To book great value Hotels in Cork visit Irelandhotels com Hotels in Galway For special offers at Hotels in Galway visit our Galway Hotels page Northern Ireland Hotels Federation The Northern Ireland Hotels Federation is the representative body for hotels guesthouses and other accommodation providers in Northern Ireland Trade Partners IBEC IBEC the Irish Business and Employers Confederation is the national voice of business and employers and is the umbrella body for Ireland s leading sector groups and associations IBAL Irish Business Against Litter IBAL was set up in 1996 as an alliance of companies who believe that litter has a significant impact on our economic well being Regional Tourism Bodies Dublin Tourism Tel 01 605 7700 Dublin Convention Bureau Tel 01 605 7782 East Coast Midlands Tourism Tel 044 48650 Ireland West Tourism Tel 091 537700 South East Tourism Tel 051 875823 Cork Kerry Tourism Tel 021 4255100 North West Tourism Tel 071 9161201 Shannon Tourism Tel 061 631555 Northern Ireland Tourism Tel 44 0 28 9023 1221 EU HOTREC Hotel and Restaurant Associations in the EU Government Irish Government Eolas ar Stat na hEireann Starting point for all government departments and services Central Statistics Office Statistics on Irish Tourism the economy and the Irish people Hotel Associations E H M A European Hotel Manager s Association Institute of Hospitality Professional body

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/content/links (2016-02-07)
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  • Be Our Guest Hotel & Guesthouse Guide | Irish Hotels Federation
    currently being distributed across 22 countries acting as a key marketing vehicle in promoting Irish hotels and guesthouses both at home and abroad Domestic distribution includes all tourist information offices Guinness Storehouse airports car hire companies travel trade etc as well as all of the premises featured in the guide Sponsored by Diageo the Guide provides visitors with detailed listings for each hotel and guesthouse including property highlights GPS navigation

    Original URL path: http://www.ihf.ie/content/be-our-guest-hotel-guesthouse-guide (2016-02-07)
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