Sandy sandwiches at Brittas Bay, picnics at Glendalough, dinner at The Strawberry Tree, chips on the promenade at Bray; we’re big fans of Wicklow here at Alice PR. And food apparently.
So we’re absolutely delighted to be meeting some of the faces behind our favourite tourist haunts next week when Martina and Emily deliver the first round of social media training to Wicklow tourism businesses as part of an initiative by County Wicklow Partnership.
The free training programme will assist tourism businesses build their social media profiles and gain practical skills with the aim of attracting more visitors to Wicklow.
There are limited places remaining for stage one which will focus on basic social media skills and tourism businesses who do not already have a social media presence or whose social media accounts are inactive. There will be four morning sessions in Wicklow Town during March and April 2018. If you would like to take part, just complete the short online application form here by Thursday, 1st March 2018.
Stage two will include ‘graduates’ from stage one and will be open to other tourism businesses that are active on social media already but are keen to enhance their impact and comprises of four morning sessions during September and October 2018.
County Wicklow Partnership:
County Wicklow Partnership (CWP) was formed as a result of a merger between Arklow Community Enterprise, Wicklow Working Together and Wicklow Rural Partnership.
The work of the company is carried out through a series of publicly funded programmes and projects, funded largely through the Department of Environment, Community and Local Government, Pobal and the HSE. County Wicklow Partnership’s activities cover all of Co. Wicklow.
For more information on our work with Wicklow Partnership please see our Client Profile Page.