Shannon Airport up for prestigious digital marketing award 

Shannon Airport’s Summer 2023 marketing campaign is in the running for a prestigious national digital marketing award.   The airport campaign has been shortlisted under the...

Shannon company signs IFE deal with Aer Lingus

Videos featuring 500 Irish tourism experiences covering every corner of Ireland will feature on inflight entertainment centres (IFE) on board Aer Lingus flights. This agreement follows...

Clare Tourism delegation departs for USA

A tourism delegation led by Clare County Council and members of the Clare Tourism Advisory Forum will promote the Banner County as a desirable visitor destination to over 120,000 festival goers at Milwaukee Irish Fest in Wisconsin this weekend.

New website for Shannon Estuary Way launched

The popular waterside tourist route, the Shannon Estuary Way, which incorporates Counties Clare and Limerick, is to benefit from an exciting new promotional website.

Marketing award for Bunratty Castle and Folk Park

Bunratty Castle and Folk Park has been acknowledged for its reactive marketing campaign during the pandemic, at the All-Ireland Marketing Awards. 
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Learning Waves journalism programme offers placements

The 2022 programme follows on from the success of the 2019 and 2021 graduate programme where 10 journalism graduates were placed in 10 different radio stations for a period of 5 months. Such was the success of that programme that funding has been awarded for the 2022 programme. Applications for the 2022 intake are open now.

New Shannon Chamber president elected

Shannon Chamber has confirmed the appointment of Eoin Gavin, managing director of Eoin Gavin Transport as its new president. Mr Gavin succeeds outgoing president Stephen Keogh, managing partner of Sellors LLP, who served a two-year term as president.

Clare whiskey bonder on Bord Bia US campaign

Bord Bia officially launched its new Spirit of Ireland drinks campaign in the US today as part of the Irish government’s trade mission to North America and Mexico. It is the single largest investment Bord Bia has made to date in the promotion of Irish spirits.