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.

Regeneron to create hundreds of new jobs in Limerick

Regeneron to create hundreds of new jobs in Limerick

The biotech company, which already employs 1,200 staff in Limerick, set up in the city less than five years ago

Aer Lingus gets balance right with new look

Aer Lingus gets balance right with new look

Aer Lingus needed a change that was strong enough to cause a fuss but subtle enough to ensure the brand would still seem familiar to those that have developed a strong grá for it over the years

Animators angry at lack of clear picture on tax credits

Animators angry at lack of clear picture on tax credits

Animation Ireland is calling on Revenue to clarify the changes made to film tax credits, as uncertainty ‘is jeopardising work in the industry’

Pharmacy sales push price of individual businesses to over €1m

Pharmacy sales push price of individual businesses to over €1m

The average pharmacy in Ireland is worth over €1 million following a dramatic increase in the s...

Deal sees Cubic Telecom software used in 100,000 more EVs

Deal sees Cubic Telecom software used in 100,000 more EVs

Cubic Telecom has secured a deal to power more than 100,000 electric cars for international elect...

Multimillion plans in pipeline for Dyno-Rod Ireland franchise

Multimillion plans in pipeline for Dyno-Rod Ireland franchise

Dyno-Rod plans to invest €4.5 million in Ireland as the drainage and plumbing company expands n...

Supermac’s asks EU to reopen its probe into McDonald’s tax deal

Supermac’s asks EU to reopen its probe into McDonald’s tax deal

Supermac’s is calling on the European Commission to launch an investigation into a tax deal bet...

Overwhelming majority of banned drivers don’t surrender licence

Overwhelming majority of banned drivers don’t surrender licence

More than 85 per cent of banned drivers failed to surrender their licences last year. The Road Sa...

Agriculture, forestry move up list of sectors using overseas workers

Agriculture, forestry move up list of sectors using overseas workers

Agriculture and forestry have emerged as two key sectors making extensive use of Ireland’s work...

Umbrella staff protection system opens in Ireland

Umbrella staff protection system opens in Ireland

The personal emergency response system has been designed to protect people who are at risk of physical attack. This would include everyone from retail workers to remote installation and technician teams

Ad industry has much to fear from no-deal Brexit

Ad industry has much to fear from no-deal Brexit

The links between the advertising spends and teams across the two markets mean that if budgets are slashed in Britain, they will be slashed here too

Seat Ireland gets on board for 2FM’s Rising

Seat Ireland gets on board for 2FM’s Rising

Seat Ireland is the new sponsor of 2FM Rising, the initiative set up to promote new Irish artists...

Ballymaloe set to spread the word of its latest mayonnaise

Ballymaloe set to spread the word of its latest mayonnaise

Ballymaloe Foods is looking forward to 2019 with relish as it plans to launch a new product: mayo...

Enterprise Ireland boss reveals hard border fears

Enterprise Ireland boss reveals hard border fears

Brexit is top priority for Co Down-born Sinnamon

Home for Life aims to help up to 3,000 distressed mortgage holders per year

Home for Life aims to help up to 3,000 distressed mortgage holders per year

The voluntary mortgage-to-rent scheme is aimed at people who are at risk of losing their home