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The Irish Travel Trade Show Gets Off to a Flying Start in Cork

Yesterday, suppliers, tour operators, tourist boards and travel agents descended on the People’s Republic for the first stop on the ITAA’s Irish Travel Trade Show, which took place at the historic Imperial Hotel in the city centre.

ITTN’s Carrie Day was in attendance to cover this wonderful event, which welcomed agents from the south-east and south-west for a fun filled night of networking, catching up, not to mention some amazing prizes up for grabs!

Cork Airport were sponsors of the check-in area, where agents were given sustainable, plastic-free lanyards, and Shannon Airport kindly sponsored the delicious buffet dinner for all attendees after the networking.  

After the networkng session, ITAA CEO Clare Dunne and ITAA President Angela Walsh welcomed agents to the event and thanked them for their support of the tradeshow, emphasising the importance of staying connected with suppliers and tour operators, and staying up to date on all the latest news and updates.

The incredible prizes on the night included return Aer Lingus flights to Boston, Chicago and New York, as well as stays at the VIK Hotels and Mangias Resorts & Clubs.

Congratulations to all prizes winners:

  • Lauren O’Connell – TUI
  • Nicholas O’Sullivan – Bantry Travel
  • Sheila Tracey – Ace Travel
  • Karen Crowley – TUI
  • Maeve Donnely – Trailfinders
  • Niamh O’Donoghue – Frosch
  • Sabrina Horn – Trailfinders
  • Karen Callaghan – Barters Travelnet

Stay tuned for full coverage of the Irish Travel Trade Show, taking place in Dublin’s InterContinental Hotel, from 5-7.30pm tonight, on ITTN.ie

Carrie Day
Carrie Day
Carrie started her career in the travel industry in 2014 and has worked in various roles such as Travel Consultant in Canada & Ireland, Business Development Manager and later Industry Sales Manager EMEA at an international tour company. She is also a trustee for the ITAA Benevolent Fund since 2021 and proud member of the AWTE Ireland. Conversations around sustainable travel are welcomed and encouraged!

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