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Pump Up the Jam, Pete Fagan & The Troubadours, The Waxies, Roisin Dubh and Justin Kelly confirmed line up for PLAY Tag Festival

It will be back to the 90’s dance floor at the PLAY Tag Festival on Friday 15th June as Pump Up the Jam will be bringing their 90’s nostalgia to the festival and getting tag-players and non-players in dance mode. PLAY Tag Festival kicks off on Friday 15th with a celebrity match in aid of ISPCC and IRFU Charitable Trust […]

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Golf Classic in aid of Irish Horse Welfare Trust

Irish horse charity Irish Horse Welfare Trust (IHWT) is hosting its annual golf classic at Rathsallagh Golf club in Kildare on Friday 1st June to raise funds for its work rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming neglected horses, as well as the charity’s education projects. The Golf Classic will start at 14.00 sharp, registration costs €700 per team – for teams of […]

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Why journalists don’t like you – or what you have to say

PR and getting media coverage is a tough game. It is not rocket science but it can be tricky. The essence of public relations is sending stories to people who might (and only ‘might’) be interested in them, with the hope that they will find them interesting and write about it. There is no money exchanging, no ‘controlling your message’ […]

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Mizen to Malin Charity Cycle Diary by Seán Melly

Entrepreneur Seán Melly is cycling 700km between Mizen Head in Cork to Malin Head in Donegal to raise funds for the Irish Hospice Foundation Nurses Night Care service Mizen 2 Malin Diary DAY FIVE It was the final day of our marathon cycle from Mizen head to Malin. Five days of constant cycling, inclement weather and patchy sleep had certainly taken its […]

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Entrepreneur cycling 700km in aid of Irish Hospice Foundation

PRESS RELEASE Entrepreneur Seán Melly is taking on a 5-day cycle from the most southerly to the most northerly point inIrelandto raise funds for the Irish Hospice Foundation Nurses Night Care service. Melly, a successful entrepreneur and investor in the telecommunications and technology sectors, is part of a group of 10 cycling enthusiasts from South Dublin and Greystones, inCountyWicklow, taking […]

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Art exhibition launches at the Riverside Art Gallery in Tinahely

First auction taking place on 29th April Over 70 art works are on display at the Riverside Business Centre in Tinahely, County Wicklow, as the centre has officially opened its art gallery. The Riverside Art Gallery aim is to display and auction pieces of contemporary Irish art several times per year. Launching the first exhibition at the art gallery was […]

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Infor Names Stephan Scholl President

Infor, a leading provider of business application software serving more than 70,000 customers, today announced Stephan Scholl has been named President of the company, reporting to CEO Charles Phillips. Prior to being named President, Scholl served as CEO of Lawson Software, which was an affiliate of Infor until the two companies officially combined as one on April 5, 2012. In […]

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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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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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