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Horse Sport Ireland roadshows head to Cavan and Tipperary
on 21 February 2018
“Marketing Your Equestrian Event” is being hosted by Horse Sport Ireland with two information roadshows being held in Cavan and Tipperary

HORSE Sport Ireland (HSI) are hosting two information roadshows in Cavan and Tipperary, both events will run under the heading “Marketing Your Equestrian Event”. The events will take place on March 6th in the Cavan Crystal Hotel and March 20th in the Horse and Jockey Hotel, Co. Tipperary. Both events will be held free of charge and are aimed at those industry stakeholders involved in running and promoting equestrian events in Ireland.

HSI has secured an expert panel of speakers to disseminate information in the areas of digital marketing, sponsorship, and customer engagement.

Speakers include;

Finola Howard - Digital Marketing, How Great Marketing Works

Jamie Macken – Sponsorship, One Core

Eoin Conroy - Customer Experience and Engagement, Titan.

Speaking about the roadshows Elaine Hatton, Horse Sport Ireland’s International Marketing Director said;

“Following the huge success of Horse Sport Ireland’s Marketing Symposium in 2017 we have decided to run roadshows throughout the year on a smaller scale but as accessible as possible to the stakeholders of the Equestrian Industry in Ireland. We hope that equestrian events across Ireland will find these information roadshows a help in their daily marketing activities. The aim is to feedback relevant and timely information which will help to enhance different aspects of the Equestrian Industry in Ireland and strengthen what is already a quality offering being put on by a predominantly volunteer based community.”

If you are interested in attending the above events it is important that you register your attendance using the links below:



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