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Hotel Kakola

Example description When you are planning, initiating or enlarging your business, you may find useful tips from Hotel Kakola example. Environmental issues and responsibility were taken into account right from the design of the hotel. Some of the old structures of the building have been preserved,...

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EXAMPLE DESCRIPTION Seafood Training Programmes In 2020 the ISO 9001:2015 Certification was awarded to BIM’s National Fisheries College of Ireland for the delivery of Maritime Training and Education. Attaining this internationally recognised standard for quality management systems, ensures that prospective...

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Cádiz Atlántica

EXAMPLE DESCRIPTION Cádiz Atlántica is an Andalusian company that focuses on creating and offering cultural and gastronomic tourism experiences around the city of Cádiz and the Atlantic Ocean, creating an immersive experience through local fishing, archaeology and gastronomy. This tourist offer,...

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Zero Emission Services

Zero Emission Services (ZES) provides exchangeable energy containers for new and existing inland barges. These containers called ZES packs are charged with green electricity. Once depleted, the skippers can quickly exchange the containers for a fully charges one at one of the exchange and charging...

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Sustainable Travel Finland

Example description Visit Finland, which is an official, national body for international tourism in the country, works to develop and market Finland’s travel image as well as help the Finnish travel companies to internationalize, develop, sell and market high-quality travel products. In order...

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Failte Ireland

EXAMPLE DESCRIPTION: Failte Ireland work in partnership with Government, State Agencies, local authorities and groups to develop tourism across Ireland. They develop plans and invest in infrastructure, festivals and visitor attractions to help promote tourism and tourism businesses innovate and...

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