A recent survey found that more small firms will be putting on a Christmas party for employees this year, however almost 1 in 3 SMEs has admitted they will also be busier than ever this festive season as they try to generate extra revenue before the year’s end.
Even in the over-populated pantheon of cruel Irish sporting defeats, Sunday 24 November 2013 will forever be remembered.
One of the highlights of the automotive calendar, the 2014 Continental Irish Car of the Year awards took place recently at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dublin, with the top prize going to Citroen for its “outstanding” C4 Picasso.
Cullen Communications was the big winner at this year’s PRGN Awards for Excellence in Communication, scooping Gold in both the B2B and Corporate Communications categories, as well as a Bronze in Social/CSR.
We posted something recently on the facts and fiction of writing for SEO, and it seems to have really struck a chord with the PR community.
Everyone’s trying to increase their social media presence in the digital age and we all have a few fall-back techniques designed to give the profile a boost, like re-tweeting and getting re-tweeted in turn – just this week the gurus at PR Daily announced that getting RT’d is one of the best ways to raise your online profile. It’s a good way to make friends too, and certainly one of the ways we keep in touch with our PRGN partners around the globe.
A newspapers-in-education project by Cullen Communications on behalf of National Newspapers of Ireland (NNI) has been shortlisted in the 2013 PRCA Awards for Excellence.
NNI 'Press Pass' was launched last year as part of a newspaper industry initiative to get more students reading newspapers as a way of improving their literary skills.
Elavon has introduced an iPhone- and iPad-compatible version of its successful chip-and-pin Mobile Merchant product to Ireland.
Small businesses are losing more than just their profit margins, according to a survey by office supplier Viking. The majority of Irish small business owners admit to losing sleep because of the recession, with 50% admitting that fear of not being able to pay their bills is keeping them awake at night.