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.

Treehouse Republic brings back young cartoon hurlers Ballybraddan heroes return for second shot at glory

Treehouse Republic brings back young cartoon hurlers Ballybraddan heroes return for second shot at glory

Ten years after series one aired, Ballybraddan will return to Irish airwaves as the children’s ...

Coca-Cola Ireland boss slams sugar tax as ‘discriminatory’

Coca-Cola Ireland boss slams sugar tax as ‘discriminatory’

The boss of Coca-Cola in Ireland has criticised the sugar tax, describing it as “discriminatory...

GrandPad to create thousands of jobs in Ireland

GrandPad to create thousands of jobs in Ireland

The US company, which makes tablets for elderly people, plan to take on 75 staff members initially, but that figure could rise to thousands in the next five years

Colette Sexton on Business

Colette Sexton on Business

RTÉ may lack funds to compete for top product

Activists call for increase in sexual health funding

Activists call for increase in sexual health funding

HIV testing and prevention medication are inaccessible to thousands of at-risk people in Ireland,...

British firm GSA to create 5,000 student beds in Ireland

British firm GSA to create 5,000 student beds in Ireland

A British company is investing €450 million in developing 5,000 student beds in Ireland. Global...

Wayfair announces that its Irish staff numbers will soon surpass 600

Wayfair announces that its Irish staff numbers will soon surpass 600

The online retailer, which is headquartered in Boston and has offices in Berlin, London and Galway, employs over 12,100 people internationally.

DPS to add 250 jobs in major expansion effort

DPS to add 250 jobs in major expansion effort

Engineering company DPS will add 250 jobs this year to bring its total number of staff to over 1,...

De Valera publishing empire falls at the feet of GDPR

De Valera publishing empire falls at the feet of GDPR

Thom’s, a residential and commercial directory, has been placed in voluntary liquidation by its owners.

Colette Sexton on Business

Colette Sexton on Business

Business leaders freeze their Arctics off More than 20 Irish businesswomen headed to the Arctic l...

Garda to seek new partner for media training contract

Garda to seek new partner for media training contract

An Garda Síochána will put its media training contract out to tender in the coming months after...

MEPs’ copyright vote could give big boost to earnings of music creators

MEPs’ copyright vote could give big boost to earnings of music creators

Tech giants like Google sharing music for free has had ‘catastrophic’ effect on industry income levels, says Imro chief

Supermac’s boss McDonagh criticises ‘Santy Claus’ judges  over compensation awards

Supermac’s boss McDonagh criticises ‘Santy Claus’ judges over compensation awards

Businesses are at risk over “Santy Claus” judges and increasing insurance premiums, according...

VitHit heads north to launch in Scandinavia

VitHit heads north to launch in Scandinavia

Irish drinks company VitHit is launching in Norway, Sweden and Denmark over the coming weeks. Pro...

Banotti looking for a new burst of creativity

Banotti looking for a new burst of creativity

The director of Creative Ireland says that, in order to meet its objectives, the five-year national programme needs extra workers at its disposal