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EU Elections: the issues and trends which will define Ireland’s polling day

15th May 2024

The ninth European Parliament term witnessed two of the most defining crises to have taken place in Europe since the Second World War, the beginning of The Ukraine War and a global pandemic.

01st May 2024

London’s mayoral election hints at new future for Irish local politics

The direct election of a mayor will likely draw closer focus on the policies of the Council and perhaps insert an increased level of partisanship into local politics.

15th April 2024

Hitting the reset button – how and why the FAI needs to get its communications back on the front foot

Shelbourne manager Damien Duff is rarely shy of a prickly soundbite and last week was no exception.

21st February 2024

Despite the new Netflix series, professional rugby continues to play catch up in marketing its game to new audiences.

News of the docuseries first came to light on the eve of the 2023 Six Nations. It was soon accompanied by speculation that the teams involved were dragging their heals about giving the camera crews meaningful behind the scenes access.

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Leadership

06th December 2023

Post-riots, Dublin’s incoming Night Mayor must have clarity of vision to get buy-in and restore confidence in the city centre after dark.

27th November 2023

Corporate Ireland, Sinn Féin, and cognitive dissonance

17th January 2022

The Downing Street fiasco shows that the ‘great apology’ is losing its edge

Digital

08th January 2024

The age of AI: A review of the year that redefined technology

03rd April 2023

Mandating Big Tech accountability through the Digital Services Act (DSA)

14th October 2021

Twitter, Revue, and the digital newsletter renaissance

Brand

03rd February 2022

The New York Times’ acquisition of The Athletic is a bullish bet on subscriptions

21st October 2021

What Taco Bell can teach us about authentic communications

30th September 2021

Stealing the limelight: how a corporate rebrand overshadowed Three’s commitment to the arts

Communications

01st February 2024

What do you do if you can’t get in the room with political decision makers?

17th January 2024

The legal battle may have been won, but the ESL’s failure to mobilise in the Public Relations war remains its biggest failing

13th December 2023

COP28 yields elusive progress: where do we go from here?

Politics

15th May 2024

EU Elections: the issues and trends which will define Ireland’s polling day

01st May 2024

London’s mayoral election hints at new future for Irish local politics

01st February 2024

What do you do if you can’t get in the room with political decision makers?

Tech

08th January 2024

The age of AI: A review of the year that redefined technology

04th November 2021

Selling space: why billion-dollar fortunes distract from the real goals of life beyond Earth

28th October 2021

How to communicate crypto to the masses

Health

09th December 2020

A vaccine is here, but the rollout won’t be easy

12th November 2020

How to communicate a vaccination programme

02nd July 2020

Minister Donnelly’s next steps

Sport

15th April 2024

Hitting the reset button – how and why the FAI needs to get its communications back on the front foot

21st February 2024

Despite the new Netflix series, professional rugby continues to play catch up in marketing its game to new audiences.

17th January 2024

The legal battle may have been won, but the ESL’s failure to mobilise in the Public Relations war remains its biggest failing