Tourism Ireland

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Tapping into China

China, a huge country of relatively modest economic means, leaves a disproportionately large and growing footprint on the global tourism map. Last yea(...)

Tourism Ireland’s Facebook page has mire than 1.7 million “friends”.  Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Tourism Ireland is at the top of a European league table for the use of digital marketing by national tourism organisations. The Digital Tourism Brand(...)

There are more Chinese tourists than ever, including those seen at the St Patrick’s Day parade in Dublin last year. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Do you know your dim sum from your congee? If you are in the hotel or tourism business, perhaps you should consider adding these Chinese dishes to you(...)

Who didn’t wince at the sight of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip being traipsed around the Guinness Storehouse on their historic visit here in 2011?

Consistency is something you don’t always associate with politicians, particularly in Ireland. They can blow in the wind to reflect the mood of the da(...)

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore will meet United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-Moon and other foreign leaders when he attends the UN general assembly this week. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Eamon Gilmore will meet United Nations secretary general Ban Ki-Moon and other foreign leaders when he atten(...)

The Shelbourne Hotel in Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

The most expensive hotel rooms in the Republic in the first six months of the year were to be found in Killarney where the average room rate stood at (...)

Events throughout the country and 
an increase in international tourism have been a success, according to a spokeswoman for Tourism Ireland, but as yet 
there have been no formal discussions about organising a future Gathering year.
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Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Ireland’s Year of the Gathering may draw to a close in December, but Tourism Ireland said it’s a possibility the initiative may return in a few years’(...)

Two Chinese men deliver Dublin-brewed Irish stout to O’Malley’s, the first Irish pub in Shanghai

It is an “Irish” business with sales of €3 billion and 4,000 outlets around the world. It opens a new premises every two or three days and the most po(...)

AerTV is in discussions with “a number of other broadcasters” over data-sharing deals similar to the one it has just struck with RTÉ.

RTÉ has struck a deal with broadcast streaming website AerTV to buy data about the online habits of people who watch the national broadcaster’s progra(...)

Kildare Village: to step up  marketing efforts to “cosmopolitan, wealthy travellers” from outside Europe, especially China and Russia

Kildare Village, the fashion outlets complex just off the M7 motorway near Kildare town, says it intends to target larger numbers of wealthy traveller(...)

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