A case study on how PR can work for a small business anywhere in the world So I guess it’s safe to let the word out by now that I along with 40 others from Skibbereen had the opportunity to take part in this year’s Britain’s Got Talent auditions in […]
Taste Cork to Lead County’s Foodie Culture A countywide food strategy for Cork was launched today at County Hall. “Taste Cork” is a unique initiative which aims to create a thriving food network for the region by linking and promoting producers, retailers, foodservice operators, and distributors. The launch of the […]
Make Sure your Business isn’t Left on the Shelf It happens all the time – I’m out in company of new people and that obligatory “What do you do?” question pops up. Apart from making me groan inside, mostly because I’m a doer rather than an explainer, I give […]
Promoting your business through Twitter is one of the main motivations as to why companies of all sizes use Twitter. Just like some other social media tools (LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat) Twitter can be a constituent part of your social media strategy.
Revolutionary Bioprinter Recognised as Best Business Opportunity The Rubicon Centre, Ireland’s leading business innovation hub today celebrated the graduation of nine entrepreneurs from its second Exxcel programme for females in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) sectors at CIT’s Rubicon Centre. The programme, which is one of the first […]
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 […]
Okay, so it may not be the Lynx Effect but it will bring customers to your business if you implement it in to your PR plan!
A special West Cork Student Enterprise Conference for over 340 transition year pupils from schools throughout West Cork was hosted on Tuesday 13th October by the Local Enterprise Office, Cork West in Inchydoney Lodge and Spa. The “Leaders on Our Level” conference was held for students undertaking the […]
Only when people stop questioning the world around them will the future of journalism be in real trouble…
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.