Dublin Airport provides access to over 180 destinations, more than 42 countries and four continents. Over the next 10 years, the airport will see great developments within its tourism sector. This includes a brand new runway which is expected to be delivered by 2020.
We welcomed a record 3.1 million passengers last month making it the busiest June in @DublinAirport 78-year history https://t.co/YG70mAZ18B #connections #travel pic.twitter.com/JDQiEQ1CFS
— Dublin Airport (@DublinAirport) July 10, 2018
With great developments come new communications, which needs to be managed to ensure staff, customers and clients are kept onboard. With the amount of work about to undertaking, keeping everybody on the same page is essential in order to maximise efficiency across all departments. This is where we came in.
Through a bespoke communications course and strategy session, All Good Tales worked with Dublin Airport staff to help frame their vision, mission and focus areas in the context of their future communications strategy. We helped them create an engaging narrative to tell the story of their development strategy to both staff and customers. This narrative was to be employed across all areas of the new developments in order to maintain an open line of both internal and external communications as new aspects of the airport began to take shape.
We have some great clients in today for communications strategy planning, @mediamurray uses any excuse to include his dog Maxi Lopez in the slides! pic.twitter.com/DXWcJKGqYJ
— All Good Tales (@allgoodtales) February 7, 2018