Colette Sexton

Colette Sexton

Colette Sexton joined the Sunday Business Post in 2014. As well as being news correspondent, Sexton covers the media and marketing beat for the Sunday Business Post. A native of Co Clare, she holds a first class honours BA in History, Politics, Sociology and Social Studies from University of Limerick and a first class honours MA in Journalism from the National University of Ireland, Galway.

Monster Entertainment tries to hook €26 million for shows

Monster Entertainment tries to hook €26 million for shows

To date, Monster Entertainment has produced or co-produced five series

IDA remains confident in Trump’s challenging new world

IDA remains confident in Trump’s challenging new world

Investment by US companies is likely to take longer as they wait for new policies to emerge

‘Things are changing and changing fast. That doesn’t mean you sell your soul’

‘Things are changing and changing fast. That doesn’t mean you sell your soul’

The Irish Daily Mirror’s digital ad revenue will this year outstrip its print ad revenue, and its editor-in-chief John Kierans says it’s all from old-fashioned scoops

Irish Rail seeking tenders for advertising contract rollout

Irish Rail seeking tenders for advertising contract rollout

Company is offering a three-year contract worth €2 million

A bright international rebirth for an iconic brand

A bright international rebirth for an iconic brand

The new chief executive of Guaranteed Irish is aiming to win back government support

My attitude was either we do something big in Ireland or it’ll happen elsewhere

My attitude was either we do something big in Ireland or it’ll happen elsewhere

Having raised $40 million Dr Sean Ennis believes Genomics Medicine Ireland is on the cusp of a science revolution

Colette Sexton: 'My Valentine's Day message to the media and marketing industry'

Colette Sexton: 'My Valentine's Day message to the media and marketing industry'

In a sector that can be unduly harsh on itself, it's worth focusing on some of the great work being done

The rise and rise of adblocking software

The rise and rise of adblocking software

Can the ad industry come up with new ways to engage with customers?

Newstalk hopes punt on Sunday mornings with Yates will pay off

Newstalk hopes punt on Sunday mornings with Yates will pay off

There has been mixed reaction to Newstalk’s decision to put Ivan Yates in direct competition with RTÉ’s Marian Finucane Show

Virtual worker platform plans to raise €2.5m

Virtual worker platform plans to raise €2.5m

Recruitment platform Abodoo will available in Ireland and Britain by the first week of April

€200m pharma plan for Cork frozen by Trump fears

€200m pharma plan for Cork frozen by Trump fears

Project stalled as Eli Lilly awaits further information about new president's plans for industry

Colette Sexton: Who were the real winners in the JNLRs?

Colette Sexton: Who were the real winners in the JNLRs?

In an industry where every station claims victory, we reveal the broadcasters that really moved the dial

Gannon in €10m Lucey  start-up deal

Gannon in €10m Lucey start-up deal

Blond Capital is owned by Irish businessman Philip Gannon

Turtle power from animators who are doing it for the kids

Turtle power from animators who are doing it for the kids

The people behind Treehouse Republic are passionate about creating content for children, taking inspiration from another famous foursome when it comes to company structure

Newstalk ‘should be waiting to greet Ivan Yates at airport’

Newstalk ‘should be waiting to greet Ivan Yates at airport’

Yates was a co-presenter on Newstalk Breakfast