For the many UK and other overseas firms considering Ireland as a post-Brexit gateway to Europe, PR can provide the springboard for a successful launch.
2017 is set to be another record-breaking year for tourism in Ireland, but an increasing number of overseas companies are also visiting our shores – and staying put.
Now that Brexit has actually happened we can begin to take stock of how it will affect Ireland, writes Aideen Ginnell
The rising price of car insurance not only affects the average car owner but also the tourist sector and anyone whose livelihood depends on cars, writes Aideen Ginnell
This week, the eyes of the world are on Ireland. Thursday March 17th is St Patrick’s Day and, as is customary, Ireland’s patron saint will be celebrated far and wide.
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.
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.
History is being made in Ireland today, as voters cast their ballots in a referendum that could legalise same-sex marriage. More than 3 million people are eligible to vote and a result is expected on Saturday.
This Saturday marks the beginning of the annual St. Patrick’s Festival, a four-day celebration of all things Irish leading up to our national holiday on Tuesday, 17 March.
As an independent PR agency with strong food and agriculture connections, we have a close interest in Ireland’s food industry which this week received a major boost with the news that Irish beef will be sold into the US market this year, for the first time in 15 years.