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.
This week, Cullen Communications client executive Emma Walker shares some tips and insights for students hoping to study communications following the CAO first round offers
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.
We’ve blogged before about the qualities and characteristics required to forge a successful career in Public Relations. An ability to think strategically. A good understanding of the media. An appetite for continuous learning. Some skills you can learn, others you’re born with.
A year after getting her Postgrad Diploma in Public Relations, Cullen Communications’ Emma Walker gives the inside track on breaking into the PR industry
Public Relations is one of the growth industries in Ireland and around the world. More and more graduate talent is entering the industry; more and more journalists are making the crossover to PR as a career choice. Working in PR never used to be particularly fashionable, but right now it’s where a lot of people want to be.
Agency MD Owen Cullen sat down recently with industry bible ‘PR Week’ and gave his views on tech, talent and trends in post-recession Dublin, all from the perspective of a leading independent PR agency.
And we’re back! Big year ahead, both for ourselves and for the clients we’re proud to represent. We ended last year on a high – busier than ever, just the way we like it – and 2015 looks like being no different. So what’s in store? What are we going to make happen over the coming 12 months?
From the perspective of an independent Irish PR agency, 2014 will be remembered mostly as the year our economy finally bounced back. Hallelujah.
Most of us, at some point in our professional or personal lives, will be called upon to make a speech. Announcing sales targets for next year. Explaining new product features to the press. Pitching to a potential new client. Toasting the bride and groom.