Selling Our Story Conference Outcome

CeangalG’s first major event, the Selling Our Story conference, ended after a very inspiring two days in Donegal with a call to action to cultural tourism operators.

Winding up the conference which was held in the shadow of Donegal’s iconic Mount Errigal, the CeangalG Marketing Manager Concubhar Ó Liatháin told over 100 delegates that ball was firmly in their courts to take action to develop five new cultural tourism products by the end of 2014.

The aim of the conference was to inspire action and to get people thinking in new ways about how best to sell our story,” said Concubhar. “The conference was structured with this in mind – with inspirational addresses from experts and practitioners and then workshops to set people on the right track and finally a further call to action.”

Included in the picture is Concubhar Ó LIatháin - CeangalG Marketing Manager,  Claire Nic Neacail - CeangalG, Alasdair Morrison Administrator - CeangalG Director, Donnchadh Mac Fhionnlaioch, Aire Stait/Ministor of State, and Fionbar Ó Baoill - CeangalG Training Manager.

Minister of State for the Gaeltacht, Donncha Mac Fhionnlaioch, launches our website at event prior to Selling Our Story conference. Included in the picture is Concubhar Ó LIatháin – CeangalG Marketing Manager, Claire Nic Neacail – CeangalG, Alasdair Morrison Administrator – CeangalG Director, Donnchadh Mac Fhionnlaioch, Aire Stait/Ministor of State, and Fionbar Ó Baoill – CeangalG Training Manager.

RTE RnaG presenter Áine Ní Chuirreáin with Loretta Ní Ghabháin, Social Media Expert, from LORG Media at our Selling Our Story conference.

RTE RnaG presenter Áine Ní Chuirreáin with Loretta Ní Ghabháin, Social Media Expert, from LORG Media at our Selling Our Story conference.