PR & press

Win, lose or draw, wherever we go, the purse goes

Posted: 24th February, 2022 in Case Studies, Marketing Services, PR & press, Sales

As the Six Nations kicked off again earlier this month, it was wonderful to feel the sense of euphoria and giddy anticipation that lay ahead after a quiet two years.

On the evening of the Ireland versus Wales game, I headed into Dublin to soak up the atmosphere of a glorious win. There was a great buzz around town that night and you could see the good-humour amongst both sets of fans.

As we were finishing our meal, my friends and I got talking to a group of Welsh supporters as they waited for their table at the restaurant.
 

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5 ways to run a successful small business - Guest blog by Tena Shiels of Bookkeeping Academy

Posted: 13th January, 2022 in Case Studies, Customer Service, Marketing Services, PR & press, Sales , Tips & Tricks, Training and mentoring

Anyone can set up a business, however maintaining a successful business is a lot harder to do.  his month, we have Tena Shiels from the Book-keeping Academy sharing her five great tips for any business to thrive.

Tena's knowledge is invaluable and her advise is very attainable for any budding entrepreneur. Let me take you through them one by one.

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Still here - every step of the way

Posted: 21st March, 2021 in Case Studies, Marketing Services, PR & press, Sales

This past year has been difficult for many people and for lots of different reasons. And whilst covid19 has been at the forefront of our lives for very good reason; there are many other illnesses and diseases that have not gone away. 

Just this month, a beautiful yet very emotive advertising campaign was launched by the Irish Cancer Society, entitled “Still here - every step of the way”.

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What is Christmas?

Posted: 18th December, 2020 in Case Studies, Marketing Services, PR & press, Tips & Tricks, Training and mentoring

“What is Christmas? It is tenderness for the past, courage for the present, hope for the future… It is a fervent wish that every cup may overflow with blessings rich and eternal, and that every path may lead to peace.” 

Yesterday, I came across this wonderful yet very poignant quotation by the late Agnes M. Pharo, a well-respected American writer and artist from the mid-20th century.

We are coming to the end of a very strange and arduous year with Christmas looming around the corner. So, who would have thought that many years on, Agnes’s quote would be even more profound and relevant today?

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7 ways your business can survive the crisis

Posted: 20th October, 2020 in Case Studies, Marketing Services, PR & press, Sales , Tips & Tricks

We’re now well over six months into the pandemic and the economy has been hit hard. For some industries its business as usual. However, many others are experiencing very tough times with some sadly closing through no fault of their own.

I’m an optimist by nature, but I like to consider myself a realistic too. Whilst I firmly believe the tide will change, the reality is that we need to adapt to the environment we find ourselves in, in order to ride out the storm.

What I have noticed is that people are reacting differently. Some companies are hunkering down, several are making necessary changes and others are moving in a different direction. This got me thinking about what we can do to protect ourselves and keep going?

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