Business is a major part of society and is inevitably going to play a major role in shaping our political landscape.
Ahead of the 21 September deadline, Public Affairs specialist Aideen Ginnell says three questions will determine if your company/organization needs to register lobbying activity
Now that Brexit has actually happened we can begin to take stock of how it will affect Ireland, writes Aideen Ginnell
And so with a sprinkling of rain, a flicker of elusive sunshine and, oh, a splash of everything else, another summer draws to a close. Students are heading back to school or university. Workers are getting back to work. Everyone is returning to the routine.
May 13, 2015 marked a historic day for women’s sport in Ireland – confirmation that the 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup will be contested on Irish shores - both north and south of the Island. The IRFU announced that they successfully won hosting privileges and the country has been in a happy haze of celebration since the significant news arrived yesterday afternoon.
An international survey conducted by Public Relations Global Network (PRGN) has unearthed some subtle and interesting differences in the way European and North American business journalists prepare for an interview with a company CEO.
This Sunday marks International Women’s Day, a milestone that will be proudly celebrated around the world with millions of people taking part in campaigns and events highlighting women’s rights.