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Hospitality and Tourism

Tourism is worth in excess of €6bn to the Irish economy every year. Bradan works with State agencies to deliver business improvement consultancy for Tourism enterprises.

This means that most businesses within the sector can avail of consultancy and training to help boost competitiveness and profitability. See case studies below:

Business mentoring support for 30+ tourism businesses

Currently we are a member of the Business Mentoring and Advisory panel providing mentoring and coaching to a variety of tourism businesses ranging from pubs, hotels, restaurants, B&Bs, guesthouses, activity centres and visitor attractions including

  • Restaurant / Bar / Off Licence – Galway city
  • Hotel – Co. Clare
  • Adventure centre – Co. Kerry
  • Pubs – Tuam, Corofin, Tully, Partry, Milltown
  • Hotel – Co. Sligo
  • Watersports centre, Co. Sligo

For anyone interested in this service, please visit here

    Financial content for website for National Tourism body

    National Tourism organisation wanted to create an online environment for small business to access financial advice and tools. Worked with in-house designers and editors and small business clients to create the accountancy content required. Website now up-and-running with a wealth of financial information and tips, calculators, templates and other tools.

    Investment appraisal process for eco hotel in west of Ireland

    Project involved looking at two potential acquisitions for a Connemara based tourism business. Involved assessing the trading and financial information available, looking at funding options and explaining everything to non-financial people. Now a very successful luxury hotel and spa in west of Ireland

    5 year financial and funding plan for organic cheese guesthouse and factory in Leitrim

    Worked with other consultants on the feasibility of this project including funding options. Involved preparing a flexible financial plan which allowed client to test various scenarios. Project is now at assessment stage with funding bodies.

     

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