Watch the webinar: Driving bookings in September and beyond
These live webinars from Fáilte Ireland were recorded and can be watched back here.
As businesses move beyond the initial reopening and relaunching phase, it is important to look ahead and devise plans that will drive demand in September and beyond. To assist, Fáilte Ireland has created these tailored and tactical webinars to help businesses navigate the ever-changing consumer landscape and leverage all available opportunities in the market.
An in-depth review of the latest in consumer insights has been combined with tactics to capitalise on consumer intent and optimise revenue generating opportunities to improve the bottom line.
The videos and presentations focus on how to:
- Interpret and leverage valuable insights on consumer behaviours and intent.
- Rethink and reposition your offer to appeal to the consumers driving demand and spend.
- Effectively communicate with potential customers.
- Best optimise revenue during a customer’s visit.
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