Have your say - complete the survey!

Shannon Chamber recently attended a workshop in Shannon, organised by Clare County Council as part of a county-wide consultative process, designed to chart the future of the county’s tourism industry.

The Council aims to build on Clare’s existing attractive offering to tourists by developing a ten-year tourism strategy for the county, based on inputs from various stakeholders and the public.

The Chamber views this as an excellent opportunity for its member companies, and their workforces, to make their views known about the future of this sector, which is vital for the local economy and its appeal as an investment location.

This is your chance to influence future tourism policy and priorities in the county! We urge you to spend a few moments in completing the survey and also please circulate to your colleagues and staff, and encourage them to respond, as we are anxious to obtain widespread feedback.

The Chamber will incorporate the feedback we receive into a special submission to Clare County Council.

Please return completed surveys by Monday, March 25.

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* 1. What differentiates County Clare and gives it a competitive advantage as a tourism destination?

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* 2. What are the county’s strengths and weaknesses in tourism?

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* 3. What tourist facility/service, in particular, would your company/you personally like to see provided in the region that is not there at present?

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* 4. What factors might be hindering the sustainable growth of tourism within the county?

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* 5. How does the county build on its advantages and strengthen the return on its markets?

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* 6. In your view, what does success in Clare’s tourism sector look like?

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* 7. What are your general aspirations for the area’s tourism industry for the next ten years?

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* 8. What are five specific actions that you wish to happen concerning Clare tourism over the next ten years?

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* 9. Any other comments?

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