Associated British Foods is planning to introduce more partnerships with so-called ‘influencers’.
Founder David Wachsman is betting big on blockchain being as ‘pervasive as the internet’.
The startup is trying to reboot how people consume media.
During her final year in UL, Eimear McManus’s work placement ended up being much more.
Ex-Dragons’ Den star and Harmonia CEO Norah Casey also talks about the rip-off ‘pink tax’.
The Dublin company secured €2m this week to expand in emerging markets.
The online job ads site also managed to trim its losses slightly compared to the previous year.
Three years after its initial launch, the industry says the ‘breath of fresh air’ tag hasn’t been embraced.
Aisling Hurley has chosen a tiny town in Laois as the spot for her digital marketing agency.
Magazines Ireland want to see a 0% rate for both print and digital titles.
The American giant is planning to offer guided tours of its studio in the North when filming ends.
The Dublin-based operation is the master publisher for the company’s non-core territories.
The firm behind the production facility has already spent €6.5 million creating the 32,000 sq m hub.
The €560,000 seed investment is the first external funding for the Irish company.
Gaiety Investments was ordered to pay more than €700,000, according to the latest tax defaulters list.
Al Dunne from Unique Media talks about why personality is everything in the PR business.
But the advertising watchdog upheld objections to information on the NDC’s website.
NOA has landed a further €300,000 to ramp up its offering internationally.
The National Dairy Council has taken a ‘provocative’ approach to the rise of plant-based products.
Every programme on RTÉ’s main radio stations have recorded a rise in listeners.