Craft Tourism Visitor Experience Development Workshop

Workshop Overview


The Fáilte Ireland team working within Ireland's Ancient East invite you to this workshop which is part of a range of supports that we have put in place specifically for Craft Tourism Businesses in Cavan, Louth, Meath, Monaghan and Westmeath. Working together we hope to build within your area a range of craft tourism experiences that can be sold under the Ireland's Ancient East brand. 



Why attend?


  • Understand the potential of craft tourism visitor experiences
  • Have a range of next steps to progress delivery of a world class craft tourism experience for visitors to Cavan, Louth, Meath, Monaghan and Westmeath


Workshop Content


  • What does craft tourism look like today in Ireland and beyond?
  • What is a great craft tourism experience?
  • How can craft tourism experiences bring you extra revenue?
  • What are craft's key market segments and what interests them?
  • What does Ireland's Ancient East currently offer the craft-curious visitor?
  • What is distinctive about craft in Ireland's Ancient East?
  • What are our existing strengths?
  • Where are our opportunities to improve?
  • How will strengthening links with Ireland's Ancient East benefit businesses and our region?
  • What can be done to make a great craft experience and how?



Designed for: Craft Makers - Owners/Managers of current and potential Craft Tourism Visitor Experiences


Cost: This training is 100% subsidised by Fáilte Ireland.



The closing date for registering for this workshop is Tuesday 5th November





Date:  Tuesday, 12th November 2019


Venue: Cabra Castle Hotel, Kingscourt, Co. Cavan


Registration: 9.30am


Workshop: 10.00am – 1.15pm (followed by light lunch)



24 Oct 2019

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