Irish Hotels Federation
Founded in 1937, the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) is the national organisation of the hotel and guesthouse industry in Ireland. The primary functions of the Federation are to promote and defend the interests of its members. The IHF represents almost 1,000 hotels and guesthouses nationwide, employing over 57,000 people and is a key stakeholder in the Irish tourism sector.
Visit: Irish Hotels Federation online at www.irelandhotels.com
Learn more about IHF, the 900 hotels they represent and why now is a great time to visit Ireland and take advantage of current economic conditions while reaping all the benefits of the traditionally warm hospitality of the Irish people and tourism industry.
Mr Tim Fenn is the Chief Executive of the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) which is the premier representative tourism body in Ireland representing over 900 hotel and guesthouses. Mr Fenn has over 25 years experience in senior executive and consulting roles in the private sector. A native of Cork, he previously held the positions of Chief Executive and Finance Director of FM104. Prior to this, Mr Fenn was Corporate Finance Manager with Farrell Grant Sparks, a leading financial advisory firm where he worked across many industries in all aspects of corporate finance and business consulting. He spent part of his early career in the hotel industry working in the family business.
Learn more about IHF, the 900 hotels they represent and Buswells Hotel in Dublin Ireland for which Mr. Gallagher is the General Manager. As president of the Irish Hotels Federation, Paul's function is to be the public face of the organization's 1,000 members.
Learn more about IHF, the 900 hotels they represent as well as the Fitzgerald Woodlands Hotel and Vienna Woods Hotel, which Mary Fitgerald owns.