With the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Camogie Championship finals around the corner, Aoife McDonald looks at the sporting – and sponsorship – appeal of one of Ireland’s most popular female team sports.
Having worked previously with the likes of Delta Airlines, Thomas Cook and FedEx, we jumped at the chance to team up with another aviation brand – Airlink – last week, thanks to our Washington DC-based PRGN partner, Xenophon Strategies.
We’ve worked with Continental Tyres for more than 20 years, and have devised and executed countless safety-related campaigns on behalf of the German tyre manufacturer during that time.
Last week we blogged about how interesting and instructive it was to run the rule over the many PR projects submitted by our fellow PRGN member agencies as part of the Best Practice Awards 2015.
An adventurous charity bid to row around the island of Ireland to raise awareness and funds for Cystic Fibrosis is now officially on the home straight, with support continuing to flood in from all parts of the country.
Today is one of the big driving days on the calendar, as thousands of people around Ireland load up the car and head away to make the most of the bank holiday weekend.
Cullen Communications is delighted to have thrown our support behind an excellent new CSR initiative that will see a crew of 20 amateur rowers attempting to circumnavigate the island of Ireland to raise funds for Cystic Fibrosis Ireland (CFI).
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.
From the perspective of an independent Irish PR agency, 2014 will be remembered mostly as the year our economy finally bounced back. Hallelujah.
The winner of this year’s Puskás Award will be announced at FIFA’s glittery Ballon d’Or gala on 12 January and, unless you’ve been living in a cave, you’ll know that our very own Stephanie Roche is up against Robin Van Persie and James Rodriguez in the final shake-up. Whose goal will get the nod as the best of the year? We know who our money’s on – and here’s why.