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.

Animal charity rejects repeated demands to fix governance issues

Animal charity rejects repeated demands to fix governance issues

Kerry charity Animal Heaven Animal Rescue has repeatedly rejected requests from the Charities Reg...

Relate adds Ardbrook to stable as software firm ramps up growth

Relate adds Ardbrook to stable as software firm ramps up growth

Accountancy software company Relate has acquired payroll company Ardbrook as it plans to ramp up ...

Founder Burke to appoint chief executive to pharma firm Chanelle

Founder Burke to appoint chief executive to pharma firm Chanelle

The founder of Chanelle has said he intends to appoint a chief executive to the pharmaceutical co...

Website for voiceover artists shuts down

Website for voiceover artists shuts down

Piehole.ie had not been trading officially for two years

Sunday Business Post is acquired by Kilcullen Kapital

Sunday Business Post is acquired by Kilcullen Kapital

The Sunday Business Post has been acquired by Kilcullen Kapital Partners, an investment company h...

Media Matters Podcast: Áine O'Meara of Headline

Media Matters Podcast: Áine O'Meara of Headline

Colette Sexton is joined by former producer and director Áine O’Meara, programme leader for Headline, an organisation set up to monitor media coverage of mental health issues including suicide

'Tough and getting tougher': Why journalists are leaving

'Tough and getting tougher': Why journalists are leaving

Last week's piece about the increase in the amount of journalists leaving the industry received an interesting reaction on Twitter from many well respected people, some who currently work in journalism and some who have left the industry

New IAPI head has global ambitions for industry

New IAPI head has global ambitions for industry

Charley Stoney has wide- ranging plans for her tenure as boss of the body representing Ireland’s media and advertising sector

Colette Sexton on business

Colette Sexton on business

Inspired by Marissa Carter’s success, a Waterford company is launching beauty products for the modern-day man

An Post chief: Our job is not to preserve totems and green facades

An Post chief: Our job is not to preserve totems and green facades

David McRedmond said there had been comments saying that An Post was only interested in the profit and loss account, which he said was untrue

Homecare provider Bluebird seeks 450 staff over next year

Homecare provider Bluebird seeks 450 staff over next year

Bluebird Care will create 450 jobs nationwide over the next 12 months, adding to its staff of ove...

Supermac’s tycoon: I have been ‘blackmailed’ over planning process

Supermac’s tycoon: I have been ‘blackmailed’ over planning process

McDonagh, whose business employs 2,500 people, said that in one case an individual attempted to extort a high six-figure sum from Supermac’s in exchange for retracting a negative submission from a planning file

A match made in Heaven for Irish whiskey

A match made in Heaven for Irish whiskey

US spirit firm invests $5m in Carolans

Exodus of journalists to PR a wake-up call for media

Exodus of journalists to PR a wake-up call for media

Maybe instead of lambasting them on Twitter for leaving, we should be asking ourselves why so many young journalists are abandoning an industry they worked incredibly hard to break into

Driving test passed, Tayto Park looks for next big thing

Driving test passed, Tayto Park looks for next big thing

A successful collaboration with Nissan Ireland has park managers mulling over the possibility of other branded offerings