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Year-End Review 2012 & Outlook 2013

December 2012

About 6.5 million overseas arrivals in 2012 showed little or no growth on 2011. The year turned out to be a mixed bag, with arrivals from most main markets showing modest increases, while recovery from Britain yet again proved elusive. Businesses in Dublin and some top tourism honey spots had a good year, in contrast to other parts of the country which welcomed fewer visitors..

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US Market Review

Tourism Ireland
November 2012

The United States continues to be one of our strongest performing markets but we can’t take our relatively successful performance in recent years for granted. Therefore, working with key partners, Tourism Ireland have carried out a fundamental review of the US market to identify the opportunities and challenges facing us for the next 3 years…..

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GB Path to Growth

Tourism Recovery Taskforce
October 2012

The tourism industry is vital to the economic, social and cultural health of the island of Ireland. Unfortunately the island of Ireland has seen a drastic fall in the number of visitors from Great Britain in the past five years. It is crucial that we address and reverse this trend……

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Pre-Budget Submission 2013

ITIC Submission
Department of Finance
October 2012

Following three years of massive decline, modest growth returned in 2011. Early indications for 2012 suggested further growth would be achieved, but this optimism has been tempered by prevailing economic conditiions in Ireland’s main source markets…..

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Capitalsing on Dublin’s Potential

TDI (Tourism Development Int’l) for ITIC
June 2012

ITIC, together with a representative Steering Group from Dublin region stakeholders, commissioned Tourism Development International (TDI) to work with them in developing a plan which can drive Dublin to a position as one of Europe’s top city/region destinations.

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Our Ocean Wealth – A Tourism response

ITIC Submission
Department Agriculture, Food & the Marine
March 2012

Marine resources form a valuable component of the appeals and experiences of tourism in Ireland. As an island destination the maintenance and development of the marine resources contribute to the enhancement of the Ireland brand identity and reputation abroad.

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Ireland’s Competitiveness Challenge 2011

National Competitiveness Council
January 2012

As Ireland returns to positive economic growth, international and national events pose risks to the pace of recovery. Notwithstanding these risks, Ireland stands to regain lost competitiveness as a result of pro-competitive actions taken to date and through maintaining momentum on the reform agenda.

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