Who should attend?
In short, anyone involved in tourism at a local, regional, national or international level. The forum will be particularly beneficial for tourism business owners, CEO’s, general managers, sales & marketing managers, retailers, transport companies, tour operators, airports, visitor attractions, hoteliers, restaurateurs, publicans, tourism organisations, national tourism agencies, tourism colleges, sports & recreation groups, local authority managers, local & national media and local & national politicians.
Message from the Organising Committee
We are all truly passionate about the industry we work in. As an industry we are sometimes quite fragmented and have not always been good at coming together to discuss the future direction of tourism & national tourism policy. We have often left this to the tourism agencies. This forum is an attempt to start a debate about tourism into the future at grassroots level.
We hope that business owners from around the country, the tourism agencies, tourism colleges, national tourism organisations, local authorities & politicians will all join us in Killarney on 10th & 11th November 2017 to participate in this vital conversation about the future of our industry.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Kingdom.
Margaret Cahill – Chairperson, Organising Committee ‘Let’s talk tourism’
Conor Hennigan – Vice Chairperson, Organising Commitee ‘Let’s talk tourism’
Emer Corridan, Joan McCarthy, Ciara O’Grady, Paul O’Neill, Niamh O’Shea, Bernadette Randles, Mark Scally.