The motor industry was one of the hardest-hit by the recession. New car sales fell sharply – ‘stopped’ might be a better way of putting it – and in the turmoil that followed, dealerships closed down, people lost their jobs, an entire industry was decimated.
We kept a closer eye than usual on this year’s Leaving Cert results, along with the subsequent first round of CAO offers published on Monday morning.
Continental Tyres and the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) have announced a partnership that will see the tyre manufacturer become an official partner of women's football in Ireland.
Everyone’s blogging these days. Case in point? You’re now reading a blog post about blogging. In almost every job, across every sector, at every level, people are expected to produce content that explains and attracts in equal measure.
A survey by leading office supplier Viking has found that Tuesday is the most productive day of the week in Irish workplaces while Friday is the least productive day, with 62% of respondents admitting that they start winding down when the weekend is just around the corner.
PRGN, the global network of independent PR agencies of which Cullen Communications is Ireland’s sole member, had combined agency revenues of more than $110 million in 2013.
The new Ford EcoSport is set to feature in an innovative series of webisodes on Today FM’s Louise Duffy Show.
Research by motoring solutions specialist easytrip has found that the trend for ‘staycationing’ is as strong as ever, with 65% of holidaymakers stating that this summer they are staying in Ireland.
We are all trying to increase our social media presence these days, and everyone has a few fall-back techniques designed to give the profile and follower count a boost.
Six Irish Ford Dealerships have been honoured at the prestigious 2013 Ford Chairman’s Awards in recognition of their sales and customer service performance over the past 12 months.