Giving Back My career in PR began on completion of a Masters Degree in Public Relations from DIT in 2005. Entering the office where I worked on Dublin’s Merrion Square, I really had no idea (although I thought I did then!) what PR entailed or what it had the power […]
Life Lessons and the O’Donovan Brothers The lack of blog posts coincides with one of the busiest summers ever at DMpr. Anyone who knows the lads have known for many years that Gary and Paul possess something truly special – the power to pull an oar at a rate […]
Faster Broadband to Create New Jobs for West Cork Digitalforge, West Cork’s premier home phone and broadband supplier has this week launched its fastest ever 10GB fibre connection for its 2,000 customers throughout the region. The connection on Mount Gabriel is the latest step by Digital Forge to get […]
Is a meeting always necessary? Why is it that some people just love meetings!? Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for ameetings with a purpose but so often they don’t seem to get to the point fast enough or at all. When I started out in PR more than a decade […]
Affirm what’s Good… I recently wrote a blog about Manners in Business and it got me thinking even further about that subject. Perhaps it’s something that was drilled into me by my parents or something that I have discovered in my professional life (most likely both) but the little word […]
Five Things you should consider before engaging a Digital Influencer The world of marketing is shifting and whether you are an avid social media user or subscribe to your favourite magazines, it is almost impossible to ignore the rise of the digital influencer or “the celebrity blogger”. Simply put, influencer […]
It’s been a bit of a busy week but I can’t let it finish without writing a quick post on a very special campaign being run by a local shop in Skibbereen. Sean Murray Fashions is looking for the women of Ireland to send him their old bras with a donation to The Irish Cancer Society.
DMpr has had the pleasure to work on the PR for the Maureen O’Hara Classic Film Festival which wrapped up yesterday after ten days of screenings, book signings special talks, Q+A sessions, music and food.
Get thee to the Clarion Hotel this Pancake Tuesday (March 8th) to raise funds for Chernobyl Children International (CCI) and get your pancake fix.
There is just 8 days left to enter the West Cork Hotel’s Wedding competition for the ultimate prize of a dream day to the value of €10,000.