Proud to have helped bring to life

Proud to have helped bring to life, the official website for Killorglin Town was launched this week (Sunday, December 1st 2019). The new website will highlight the many benefits of living, working, doing business and visiting the town. 

Stephen O’Sullivan, Killorglin Chamber Alliance Chairman launches the new website at Library Place, Killorglin

Killorglin Chamber Alliance were delighted to receive funding from Kerry County Council in order to establish our ‘Branding Our Town’ project which consists of developing Killorglin’s brand tools (a logo, tag line and brand identity) and the website. These new tools will enable them to help promote the town’s assets, effectively communicate the socio-economic plan updates, highlight what’s on in the town, what supports are available and so on.

Killorglin Chamber Alliance are really proud that the new modern tools reflect the town’s personality and culture in its design and content, while the user experience is enhanced as the site is fully responsive to accommodate mobile users.

Killorglin Chamber Alliance are extremely lucky to have some talented and knowledgeable individuals living and working in the town. Paul Carney lead this project and we would like to thank him for all his support, dedication and passion. He has helped drive this project forward which has resulted in delivering fantastic brand tools and a website that we are very proud of.

The aim of and its social networks is to help build stronger relationships with the local community, stakeholders and potential visitors. Killorglin Chamber Alliance hope that the site will become a great community communication hub. 

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The newly dedicated website for the town is

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