29/11/2019

Mentoring Support Programme To Benefit Tourism Firms

A mentoring support programme has launched to assist tourism businesses in the Fermanagh and Omagh areas.

Fermanagh and Omagh district council is to run the Tourism Excellence Programme for the benefit of 20 firms in the local area.

Specific support will be provided to support the life cycle of businesses, product development, business start-ups and skills development to improve operations.

Companies operating across a range of different areas are eligible for the support.

These are:

• tourism business planning

• traditional tourism marketing
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• digital tourism marketing

• tourism market readiness

• online travel agents

• tourism business clustering

• visitor experience development

The council's Tourism Development Strategy identified, within the Strategic Theme of Business Engagement and Development, an action to establish a Tourism Excellence Programme to support local tourism businesses.

Interested firms are encouraged to complete an Enquiry Form. For further information, contact the Tourism Development Section on 0300 303 1777.




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