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18 May 2022

Kildare promoted at tourism event in Middle East

Kildare promoted at tourism event in Middle East

John Costelloe, The K Club; Aisling McDermott, Tourism Ireland; and John Varkey Kailath, Omeir Travel Agency, at the Discover Europe Travel Summit in Dubai

Fifteen (15) tourism companies from Ireland – including Kildare Village, The K Club and Carton House – joined Tourism Ireland over the weekend at the inaugural Discover Europe Travel Summit in Dubai.

 

Discover Europe Travel Summit was a two-day B2B tourism event organised by Tourism Ireland, in conjunction with the German National Tourist Board, Switzerland Tourism and the Austrian National Tourist Office. The event brought together a delegation of 97 exhibitors from Ireland, Germany, Switzerland and Austria to meet, and do business with, more than 100 travel buyers from the GCC.

 

Aisling McDermott, Tourism Ireland’s Manager Asia and Middle East, said: “We were delighted to host the first ever Discover Europe Travel Summit, in conjunction with the German National Tourist Board, Switzerland Tourism and the Austrian National Tourist Office. The event offered a great opportunity to increase awareness of Ireland among the influential travel buyers from the GCC and secure a greater share of their valuable business. Our message for those buyers is that Ireland is open for business again and we cannot wait to welcome back their clients from the Middle East.”

Tourism Ireland is the organisation responsible for promoting the island of Ireland overseas as a leading holiday destination.

In 2019,  11.3 million overseas visitors were welcomed to the island of Ireland, delivering revenue of over €5.9 billion.



Caroline Potter, Kildare Village; Jenna Terry, Tourism Ireland; and Revathy Williams, Al Tayer Travel, at the Discover Europe Travel Summit in Dubai.

 

 

 

Harry Glynn, Carton House; Matt Lynch, Tourism Ireland; and Ahmed Tahhan, Anwar Al Madina, at the Discover Europe Travel Summit in Dubai.

 

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