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Dublin Tourism Briefing & Networking Evening

Event Summary


​Join Dublin Chamber in the first Dublin Tourism Briefing and Networking Evening of 2019, on Wednesday 30th January. This Chamber event is being kindly hosted by Irish Whiskey Museum.
On the evening, we will enjoy brief updates from the floor on recent developments in the tourism sector, followed by group discussion and networking.

Speakers at the event will be:

Susan Kirby, CEO, St Patrick’s Festival
Nicola McDonnell, General Manager, Irish Whiskey Museum

This event will give you the opportunity to meet with like-minded individuals from the tourism space and to talk through current challenges and opportunities facing your business.

Date: Wednesday 30th January
Time: 6pm-8pm
Where: The Irish Whiskey Museum, 119 Grafton Street, Dublin 2

Light refreshments will be served. We hope that you will be able to make it

This event is only be open to those operating in the Tourism, Hospitality, F&B, Transport, Leisure and Arts industries. This event is free to attend, but registration is essential.

About the host:
Irish whiskey is the fastest growing spirit in the world. At the Irish Whiskey Museum we tell the stories, from the origin of whiskey in Ireland up to the present day, with all the highs and lows in between. In 2013, there were only four distilleries in operation and five visitor centres on the island. Now there are eighteen working distilleries, with another sixteen in planning. The Irish Whiskey Museum being independent of all distilleries, offers visitors the opportunity to taste and experience some of the many varieties of whiskey on offer. Located at the main entrance of Trinity College, the Irish Whiskey Museum is the most centrally located visitor attraction in Dublin. Since opening in November 2014, the Irish Whiskey Museum is quickly becoming one of Dublin's most sought after top tourist attractions. In 2018 the Irish Whiskey Museum was voted Traveller's Choice by Tripadvisor and in the top 25 museums to visit in Europe! For more information please visit Irish Whiskey Museum