Traders urged to capitalise on
Wild Atlantic Way
BUSINESSES in Inishowen
have been urged to sign up for a conference that
will help them capitalise on the new Wild Atlantic
Way tourism route.
Donegal County Council in association with Failte
Ireland and Donegal Tourism Ltd., are hosting a
‘Connecting the Wild Atlantic Way’ seminar in
September, with the venue still to be confirmed.
Participants will discover a range of simple cost
effective online marketing tips that will help them
reach their target audience.
Culdaff beach on the Wild Atlantic
representatives will be on hand to answer any
questions about the Wild Atlantic Way.
The local authority's Barney McLaughlin said:
“Donegal County Council and Failte Ireland welcome
this conference to Donegal. This is a great
opportunity for the tourism trade to come together
to network and to gain the information necessary to
promote and increase market share for their
businesses on the back of the Wild Atlantic Way
The event will take place on Thursday, September 25,
2014. Admission is free but places are limited. The
council said registration and venue details will be
released as soon as possible.