We chatted to In Hand Guides founder, Trevor Winckworth, about disrupting the marketplace and the challenges of starting up in a post Celtic Tiger Ireland.
We at In Hand Guides are currently finishing off the work to install our new beacon triggered audioplayer system into Spike Island Fort – our first project for the new system.
Ireland’s national tourism development authority, Fáilte Ireland, names Ireland’s top visited tourist attractions.
Consider every aspect of an image, from the mood it inspires to the role it plays in your larger marketing plan.
Whether you believe the tales, there is no denying that a visit to Blarney Castle is high on the 'Ireland Bucket List' of many visitors.
Brick-and-mortar stores continued to suffer in 2015. Online shopping made good on its promise of sincere growth. Even retail giant Target is
In Hand Guides build simple devices that deliver customised audio content. Devices that will educate, entertain and motivate tourists at low cost.
Did you know that Ireland used to be covered in trees? Join Jody as she chats with Lyn Nelson, of Emerald Heritage about saving Ireland's native woodlands.
Email marketers and small business owners share their tips on how to decrease the likelihood of your emails being immediately deleted by prospective and existing customers.
Bluetooth 'beacons' are a simple way for marketers to communicate with customers in physical locations, but the platforms and infrastructure behind the tiny wireless sensors can be quite complex. Here's a quick guide to the basics of beacons.
Technology blog of the Brooklyn Museum
A complete breakdown of beacon security to protect yourself from potential threats
The Camino de Santiago, also known as the Way of Saint James, is the name used to refer to all the routes that lead to where the apostle Saint James the Great is said to be buried. The Camino has been one of the most important Christian Pilgrimage for well over 1,000 years and it has started a new international rebirth.
The latest Camino statistics from the Pilgrims Office in Santiago are out, giving us a very interesting insights into the Camino de Santiago in 2016. An impressive 278, 232 individuals received their Compostela certificates in 2016. The Camino statistics reveal the top nationalities on the Camino, the most popular routes taken and the starting points that people chose.
Guided Walk from Finchale Priory-Durham CathedralCSJ Members, led by Keith and Clare Taylor, are walking part of the Camino Inglés in County Durham and would welcome anyone that would like to join them on their walk from Finchale Priory to Durham Cathedral on Saturday 18th March. You can find out more and register for transport from Durham County Hall to the Priory by using the following link - www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/copy-of-camino-walk-tickets-32329326887 ...