Cost Effective Solutions for Travel Companies Operating in the Irish Market

Cost Effective Solutions for Travel Companies Operating in the Irish Market has just re-launched its business with a new-look website. The consultancy specialises in providing a wide range of marketing support to travel companies operating in the Irish market, including Sales & Marketing Strategy, Brand Development, Social Media, Email Marketing, PR, and Media Buying.

Clem Walshe, Managing Director,

Clem Walshe, Managing Director,

Clem Walshe, Owner and Managing Director, said: “We are delighted with the new look website and have already had some excellent feedback from several high-profile travel companies, local and international, who have expressed an interest in working with us to develop their Irish travel business into 2017 and beyond.”

The company is founded on the basis that few small-to-medium-sized Irish travel companies can afford the luxury of employing the personnel to deal with the wide range of challenges that require the kind of attention required to keep their business viable in today’s competitive environment. International travel companies are often faced with having to spend a large amount of resource on areas such as securing office space or hiring and training staff on the various nuances of the Irish travel market. presents these organisations with an option to outsource one or more areas of their business to an experienced team of highly qualified, locally based personnel who will provide them with cost-effective solutions to these problems and ensure that their brand can launch, develop and continue to operate successfully in the Irish travel market.

Smaller owner-managed companies often struggle to find the time to effectively plan, implement or analyse business strategies. Foreign travel companies operating in the Irish market face a constant struggle to find the right ’tone of voice’ or the most suitable channel to allocate that valuable Irish marketing spend. offers a support mechanism to travel brands that will ensure their business gets the best return on investment while also saving on time and resource.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 50 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 40 years.

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