Saturday February 22, 2020

A helping hand to keep hospitality in business

As a third-generation hotelier, Paul Quinn has seen the ups and downs of the hotel sector.

7th November, 2009

As a third-generation hotelier, Paul Quinn has seen the ups and downs of the hotel sector.

He was managing director of the Fairways Hotel in Dundalk in 2001 when the terrorist attacks on the US hit the industry and put the hotel into the red. Quinn steered the business back into profit, ultimately leading to its sale in 2006.

Last year, he decided that he could help other hospitality businesses to deal with the effects of the...

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