Fáilte Ireland Launches Podcast To Help Tourism Businesses Drive Efficiency And Maximise Revenue
Fáilte Ireland has launched a podcast to help tourism businesses drive efficiency and maximise revenue. The "Inside Tourism Business Podcast" will offer expert advice, insights and practical tools...
Fáilte Ireland has launched a podcast to help tourism businesses drive efficiency and maximise revenue.
The "Inside Tourism Business Podcast" will offer expert advice, insights and practical tools to help tourism businesses navigate the challenges that they are facing.
Running every Tuesday for seven weeks from today (March 2), series one of the new podcast looks inside food, examining the consumer trends that will shape eating out when businesses can reopen, menu innovation, food costs and how to reduce food waste, improve service quality and drive sales.
Hosted by director of egg&chicken consulting Ruth Hegarty, the podcast, over the next seven weeks, will feature food expert and chef Niall Hill of Niall Hill Foods, hotel operations specialist Joe Quinn and managing director of Neary Marketing & Communications Cariona Neary along with guests from across the industry from chefs to hoteliers who are innovating their businesses to survive the COVID-19 crisis.
Enterprise Development Manager at Fáilte Ireland Amanda Horan stated, "The 'Inside Food' podcast series will help businesses reflect and consider ways to further their efficiencies while maximising revenue. Our experts and industry guests will look at how businesses can begin to adapt their offerings now to suit new consumer demands and provide a safe environment for guests when it is safe to reopen."
Episode one will look at consumer trends that will shape eating out once the industry reopens, and will air today (Tuesday March 2).
Where To Listen
Details about where you can subscribe and listen to the new "Inside Tourism Business Podcast" can be found at www.failteireland.ie/podcasts.
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