Fáilte Ireland is the National Tourism Development Authority. Its role is to support the tourism industry and work to sustain Ireland as a high-quality and competitive tourism destination. Fáilte Ireland provide a range of practical business supports to help tourism businesses better manage and market their products and services.
They also work with other state agencies and representative bodies at local and national levels, to implement and champion positive and practical strategies that will benefit Irish tourism and the Irish economy.
Fáilte Ireland promote Ireland as a holiday destination through their domestic marketing campaign (DiscoverIreland.ie) and manage a network of nationwide tourist information centres that provide help and advice for visitors to Ireland.
Meet in Ireland is the official MICE brand for the island of Ireland, where the three tourism agencies, Fáilte Ireland, Tourism Ireland and Tourism Northern Ireland partner to promote the island as a world-class MICE destination.
As the first point of contact for many global business tourism operators, Meet In Ireland are responsible for helping event planners organise successful international MICE events in Ireland, a world-class destination for meetings, incentives, conferences and events (MICE).
This unique country offers so many exciting destinations, venues and experiences ideally suited for business events and the Meet In Ireland team are dedicated to making them available to our international network. They work with more than 500 Irish organisations and suppliers and can connect you with amazing local resources across the country.
Kerry County Council
Kerry County Council (Comhairle Contae Chiarraí) is the local government body responsible for the provision and administration of a wide range of services in the county of Kerry in the southwest of Ireland.
The council provides services and facilities ranging from tourism, housing, planning, economic development, business supports, environmental protection, roads and infrastructure, arts promotion, community facilities, libraries, fire services and much more.
Kerry Tourism Industry Federation is an open forum between employers and business people with a vested interest in Tourism in County Kerry.
The goal is to share insights and areas of common interest with the intention of developing a position on a number of matters that may help the health, sustainability and development of tourism in Kerry.
In short, it is an organisation that was formed to meet the need in County Kerry for collaborative destination management. KTIF have taken on the responsibility of developing a coordinated approach to sustainable tourism that involves both the private and public sector.
The intention is to focus on tourism within the whole county of Kerry, without favour for any one industry sector or geographical area.
The Killarney Chamber of Tourism & Commerce is a professional body, resourced and committed to providing a strong, single voice for the business community. It shapes Killarney’s sustainable development through effective advocacy, brand development, unity of purpose and fostering strong stakeholder relationships.
The Chamber’s aim is to continuously build Killarney’s reputation and identity as an admired, world-class, sustainable tourism destination, celebrated for its year-round appeal and its quality as a place to live, conduct business, and visit.
Representing a dynamic group of entrepreneurs, small business owners, large corporations and passionate individuals – all united under one common purpose: the thriving success of Killarney.
It’s mission is to foster the economic prosperity of our region while simultaneously showcasing the unrivalled natural beauty, charm and rich traditions of Killarney.
The Chamber manages www.killarney.ie website, which is the official website for Killarney.
As a member of Kerry Convention Bureau, Killarney Chamber can assist with delegate welcome activities and coordination of industry activities for larger events, when town take overs, street parties, retail offers, welcome banners etc can be organised.
The President of Killarney Chamber of Tourism & Commerce is also available to provide official welcomes, known as Céad Míle Fáilte.