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New Internet retailers ruining customer relationship by using poor packaging

Internet retailers, especially those new to the market, are ruining their relationship with new customers by using incorrect or poor packaging, according to Peter Faulkner, chairman ofIreland’s oldest packaging company Faulkner Packaging, founded in 1860. Faulkner Packaging has published a comprehensive Online Packaging Guide for those buying and selling their products online and the guide is available at www.discountpackaging.ie . […]

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Sign up as an IHWT Volunteer, and help horses in need

A3 punchestown collection The Irish Horse Welfare Trust, is looking for volunteers to sign up and make the difference for horses in need by becoming an IHWT Volunteer. Jane Myercough explains”IHWT is made up of 80% of volunteers who offer their time to support the work of the IHWT.   There are many people out there who have always wanted to […]

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Channel Partners Turn to Infor Following Strong Growth

Infor Partner Network Attracts More than 110 Global Resellers in Eight Months Infor, a leading provider of business application software serving more than 70,000 customers, today announced strong momentum for the Infor Partner Network. Attributed to Infor’s recent growth, innovative new products, and increased support and resources for partners, more than 110 channel partners around the world have signed on […]

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Paddy’s Day

Shamrocks will spring, rivers will turn green and leprechauns of all sizes will get out for the day in Dublin, Sydney, Berlin and New York. Yep, Saint Patrick’s Day is here again and, tacky gimmicks aside, we can’t deny it is the biggest and most far reaching publicity campaign for the country – besides it is free and it comes […]

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Tenego talks partnering at Techbrew in Dublin

  At the recent Techbrew Talk inDublin, Tenego CEO Donagh Kiernan, looked at the pros and cons of partnering versus direct sales.   “In developing and growing your business the constant question is how you effectively lift the business to its next stage as cost effectively as possible,” said Kiernan.  He then asked the audience what were their barriers to […]

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Cakes Galore

Six meters of cake as Rathwood prepares for Mother’s Day Six meters of cakes on display, including over 24 types of cakes and pastries, are the latest attraction at Rathwood’s restaurant just outside Tullow. The popular shopping and activity destination centre is getting ready for Mother’s Day, 18th March, one of the busiest days of the year. The newly refurbished […]

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IHWT founder Sharon Power shortlisted for Local Hero Awards 2012

Sharon Power from Wicklow has been named as one of five people shortlisted for the Santa Rita 120 Local Hero Awards 2012.   Santa Rita 120, the premium Chilean winemakers, called for people throughout the country to nominate someone they felt deserves recognition for the outstanding work they do in their local community.   The winning Santa Rita 120 Local […]

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Poor Decision-Making Environments Damage Competitiveness Say Manufacturers

White Paper Reveals Faster Business Processes, Real-Time Information and Collaboration Key to Innovation and Growth     Poor decision-making environments are being cited as a critical barrier to growth by manufacturers across the globe, according to a survey of 378 manufacturers in the automotive, aerospace, high-tech electronics, and industrial equipment industries, undertaken by IDC Manufacturing Insights and sponsored by Infor.  The white […]

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Is it a picture or is it a painting?

Terry Bradley-inspired shot wins Open Art and Creativity Award for photographer Dermot Byrne Bray-based photographer Dermot Byrne  has won Best Single Image Open Art & Creativity atIreland’s top photography awards: the Irish Professional Photographers Association (IPPA) Awards. Byrne’s winning picture features models Daniella Moyles and Blaithnid McKenna in striking make up by artist Hayley McGowan. The stunning shot resembles an […]

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€2,000 up for grabs in toothbrush video competition

MouthWatchers calling for entries [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jC19Cffl-g] It might sound like a strange topic for a You Tube clip but Mouth Watchers is looking for ‘quirky, different’ videos of up to one minute to help the company promote its antibacterial toothbrushes inIreland. Yes, toothbrushes. Dubliner John McKiernan has brought the innovative toothbrushes to Ireland after a trip to Boston last year […]

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