The Irish Tourism Industry Confederation (ITIC) has announced that it will host a virtual conference called "Leading the Tourism Recovery - ITIC Virtual Conference 2021" next month to discuss post-COVID-19-pandemic tourism sector recovery.
"Important To Step Back And Look Beyond The Pandemic"
ITIC's website states, "In these difficult and troubled times for Irelands tourism industry, it is important to step back and look beyond the pandemic as to what our sector will look like in the c'oming years. To that end, the Irish Tourism Industry Confederation (ITIC) is organising a major virtual conference – to be broadcast live from the O’Reilly Hall in UCD – on February 10th from 10.00am to 12.45pm.
"Attendance is free. Registration can be done by visiting [https://advantagepco.eventsair.com/leading-the-tourism-recovery-itic-conference-2021/registration/Site/Register] or by visiting www.itic.ie."
An "Interesting And Engaging" Agenda
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ITIC website continues, "The agenda is interesting and engaging with high profile speakers and panellists, and the conference will be moderated by well-known journalist Dearbhail McDonald.
"At the conference, ITIC will publish a revised revival plan for Ireland's tourism industry and include scenarios for recovery out to 2025. Speakers include Ruth Andrews (ITIC), Minister Catherine Martin TD, Professor Luke O'Neill, Cathy Bryce (AIB) and Paul Kelly of Fáilte Ireland and Niall Gibbons of Tourism Ireland amongst others, and a lifetime achievement award will be presented to a worthy recipient."
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