Funding set aside for tourism sector
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Funding has been set aside for the tourism sector to help it to recover.
Failte Ireland’s announced a new €55m business continuity scheme to help tourism companies.
It’s to enable firms like activity providers and visitor attractions to recover from the pandemic in the medium and long-term.
Fáilte Ireland spokesperson Jenny de Saulles describes how companies can apply for the funding.
“It will be an online application form, and it’s really simple. It’ll open on the 11th of February, they just have to complete the form with all the information required.
“If the information that we get is completed, once we verify that we will evaluate and approve and get payment to those businesses within in three weeks.”
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