Evening & Night Time Economy of Dublin. What comes next?

April 15, 2021 4mn
The experts from Dublin, Ireland, gathered for the virtual round table to discuss the way to revive cities and global business districts night time economy

Since the COVID-19 restrictions came into place, thousands of businesses that contribute to the night-time economy have been adversely affected. It is valid to question the future sustainability of the night-time economy, given much of it centers on socializing rather than social distancing.

Experts from Dublin, representing the tourism, hospitality and entertainment sectors, gathered for the virtual round table to discuss the way we should use for reviving cities and global business districts.


Paul Keeley, Director, Regional Development, Failte Ireland

Mark Paul, Business Affairs Correspondent, The Irish Times

Pól O’Conghaile, Travel Editor, The Irish Independent

Maureen Kennelly, Director, The Arts Council

Caroline Boyle, Owner, Salamanca Restaurant

Noel Anderson, Owner, Lemon & Duke and The Bridge 1859 Gastro Bar

Richard Guiney, CEO, Dublin Town


Col Campbell, Managing Director, Bewleys

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