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180 delegates attend Wild Atlantic Way seminar 29.09.14

ORGANISERS of the ‘Connecting the Wild Atlantic Way’ digital marketing conference last week in Donegal say they were delighted with the turnout.
Some 180 delegates attended the event at Solis Lough Eske hotel to gain "an insight into digital marketing activities and how the Wild Atlantic Way touring route can increase visitor numbers" in the county.
Dermot McLaughlin and David Magee from Fort Dunree Military Museum at last Thursday's 'Connecting the Wild Atlantic Way' tourism conference at Solis Lough Eske hotel.
The delegates heard from an expert panel of speakers including representatives from Google, Facebook and two of Ireland’s leading digital agencies Wolfgang Digital and Ambition Digital.
Donegal County Council ceo Seamus Neely said: "Tourism is a hugely important to our economic growth and development in the county. The Wild Atlantic Way is the perfect marketing tool to promote our fantastic county."
He added: "The information received...is invaluable and we are keen to continue to work with businesses in the tourism sector to help increase visitor numbers to our county."
Speakers who addressed the 'Connecting the Wild Atlantic Way' tourism conference organised by Donegal County Council, Failte Ireland and Donegal Tourism. Pictured, from left, Seamus Neely, Donegal County Council; Fiona Monaghan, Failte Ireland; Alan Coleman, Woolfgang Digital; Charlie Boyle, Customer Service Excellence; Cllr Nicholas Crossan, Donegal County Council; Andrew Weld Moore, Facebook and Jill Robb, Ambition Digital.
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