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.

British firm eyes entry into Irish rail services

British firm eyes entry into Irish rail services

Go-Ahead Ireland runs several public bus routes here. Its parent company, Go-Ahead Group, operates both trains and buses in Britain and Europe

Colette Sexton on business

Colette Sexton on business

Supermac’s explores the blessings of going cashless for charity

Broadcasting for the future

Broadcasting for the future

Audio-visual firm Ion Solutions has always stayed ahead of the curve on technological developments, an approach which helped it win the contract for RTÉ’s new €1.4 million news studio

'It is my dream job': Fáilte Ireland chief Paul Kelly

'It is my dream job': Fáilte Ireland chief Paul Kelly

Paul Kelly played a key role in the creation of a much-loved Guinness Christmas TV ad and the rebranding of the national stadium. Now he’s the man charged with growing tourist numbers for Fáilte Ireland

Bus operator Go-Ahead Ireland wants to take the train

Bus operator Go-Ahead Ireland wants to take the train

Go-Ahead Ireland's parent firm is one of the largest rail operators in Britain and wants to run Irish train services

Freshly Chopped opens Manchester store

Freshly Chopped opens Manchester store

Irish salad company Freshly Chopped has opened its first British outlet. The new store in Manches...

Former government press secretary defends hiring of journalists

Former government press secretary defends hiring of journalists

Former government press secretary Feargal Purcell says ministers need a variety of skills around them, not just former journalists

Mars doubles up on stock in Ireland ahead of Brexit ‘Priority is to ensure supply,’ says country manager

Mars doubles up on stock in Ireland ahead of Brexit ‘Priority is to ensure supply,’ says country manager

The head of a major food and petcare company has warned that Brexit could lead to price increases...

BAM silent on penalty clause for early exit on NCH deal

BAM silent on penalty clause for early exit on NCH deal

The construction firm building the National Children’s Hospital will not disclose whether it wi...

A real trooper

A real trooper

Feargal Purcell’s army training provided him with a solid grounding for a career first in the government’s press department, and then in public affairs

Profile Jon Williams: A passion for news

Profile Jon Williams: A passion for news

Factfile Name: Jon Williams Age: in his 50s Appearance: slim, bald and fit Newsworthiness: he has...

A love letter to Irish media

A love letter to Irish media

Those of us in the Irish media can be slightly (cough) critical of each other from time to time so, before Valentine's Day, here are a few things I love about the other Irish newspapers

Pigsback sale to English firm nets €25m

Pigsback sale to English firm nets €25m

Mitchell’s RTÉ News London posting to conclude at end of July

Mitchell’s RTÉ News London posting to conclude at end of July

RTÉ has confirmed that the role will continue following Mitchell’s departure, and it will advertise the position internally in due course

AA swaps free advertising with RTÉ for traffic information

AA swaps free advertising with RTÉ for traffic information

The AA receives free advertising from RTÉ in exchange for the traffic and travel information it ...