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IHF Diploma in Digital Marketing

19.06.2014

The next IHF Diploma in Digital Marketing begins June 30th, 2014!

The IHF Diploma in Digital marketing is designed to give participants a full understanding of digital marketing and ensure you leave with tangible and practical insights you can bring to your businesses. Our extensive programme gives participants a foundation in all aspects of digital marketing including Search Engine Marketing (Paid & Organic), Social Media for Business, Conversion & Revenue Generating Online, Writing for the Web & much more. 

REPORT SHOWS SUBSTANTIAL PROGRESS MADE IN RESTRUCTURING IRISH HOTEL SECTOR DEBT

10.06.2014

REPORT SHOWS SUBSTANTIAL PROGRESS MADE IN RESTRUCTURING IRISH HOTEL SECTOR DEBT

Overhanging debt remains an issue for many hotels, particularly outside large urban areas

 

·         Total hotel indebtedness estimated at €5.3bn (down from €6.7bn at the end of 2011)

·         Estimated €1.4bn in debt restructuring still required within the Irish hotel sector

Group demands Government action on Upward Only Rents

08.05.2014
A group of almost a dozen of the State’s foremost voices of industry, business and the retail and commercial sector today demanded action by the Government to end upward only rent reviews.
 
The group, representing thousands of retailers, small and medium business, exporters and industry, said the Government could no longer sit on its hands and hide behind legal advice that had the effect of devastating shops and commercial outlets across towns and cities around the country.
 

HOTELIERS WARN THAT FSAI CALORIES-ON-MENUS SCHEME MUST REMAIN VOLUNTARY

09.04.2014

HOTELIERS WARN THAT FSAI CALORIES-ON-MENUS SCHEME MUST REMAIN VOLUNTARY

Mandatory Calorie-Labelling Would Be Entirely Inappropriate for Hotels and Guesthouses, Says IHF

 

NEW PRESIDENT OF IRISH HOTELS FEDERATION ELECTED

26.02.2014

NEW PRESIDENT OF IRISH HOTELS FEDERATION ELECTED

 

The Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) today announced Stephen McNally as its newly elected President.  Stephen becomes the 35th President of the IHF, succeeding Michael Vaughan, and will hold the office for a two-year term.  The IHF is the premier representative tourism body in Ireland representing over 900 hotels and guesthouses which, combined, employ over 54,000 people throughout the country.

 

WINNERS OF GATHERING AWARDS ANNOUNCED BY THE IRISH HOTELS FEDERATION

27.02.2014

WINNERS OF GATHERING AWARDS ANNOUNCED BY THE IRISH HOTELS FEDERATION

 

Tuesday 25th February 2014: The Irish Hotels Federation today announced the winners of its Gathering Awards, recognising the lasting legacy created by community initiatives around the country following the Year of the Gathering.  Sponsored by Electric Ireland, the awards were presented at the IHF’s Annual Conference in Trim, Co Meath by Michael Ring, TD, Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport.

 

HOTELIERS WELCOME CONTINUED GROWTH IN OVERSEAS VISITORS

26.02.2014

Wednesday 26th February 2014

 

HOTELIERS WELCOME CONTINUED GROWTH IN OVERSEAS VISITORS

Stephen McNally, Newly Elected President of the Irish Hotels Federation

 

·     Welcome boost from growth in overseas visitors (up 8.2% Nov 2013 – Jan 2014)

·     Figures demonstrate continued momentum for tourism into 2014

ADDITIONAL 74,000 TOURISM JOBS POSSIBLE BY 2020

26.02.2014

ADDITIONAL 74,000 TOURISM JOBS POSSIBLE BY 2020

The Prize Will Be Substantial if We Get Tourism Right, Says Hotels Chief

 

·        Target of 10 million annual overseas visitors achievable by 2020

·        Increased tourism marketing could generate additional €540 million in annual tax revenue

HOTELIERS CALL FOR RADICAL CUTS TO PUBLIC SECTOR CHARGES

24.02.2014

HOTELIERS CALL FOR RADICAL CUTS TO PUBLIC SECTOR CHARGES

Cost Competitiveness a Serious Concern for Irish Hoteliers

 

·   Hoteliers calls for a 30% reduction in local authority rates

·   Concerns over duplication and potential wastage at Irish Water

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