Cullen Communications has again stewarded the Continental Irish Car of the Year awards, which took place at the Marker Hotel in Dublin city centre on Friday last.
We had the absolute pleasure of working with Republic of Ireland women’s international, 2014 FIFA Puskás award nominee and internet sensation Stephanie Roche in Dublin on Saturday last.
Most commentators agree that the worst of the recession is now over. Across almost every sector of industry, business has picked up and is expected to continue picking up in 2015 and beyond.
Our sports PR division was in its element at a sunny Aviva Stadium last Sunday, with not one but two clients involved in Irish football’s showpiece occasion – cup finals day!
Cullen Communications was in the thick of things as the much-anticipated new Ford Mondeo was launched to dealers, fleet customers and media at the Powerscourt Hotel last week.
Following a competitive pitch, Cullen Communications has been appointed as the Irish PR agency for Enterprise-Rent-A-Car, the world’s largest rental car company.
A barnstorming display by Ford’s commercial vehicle range pushed the Cork-based manufacturer into No. 1 position for overall vehicle sales in the month of September.
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.