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.

Hard Brexit will harm marketing industry, says Core chief Cox

Hard Brexit will harm marketing industry, says Core chief Cox

A hard Brexit will have a detrimental effect on the marketing industry, according to Alan Cox, ch...

Connors: Casey is taking ‘a page out of Donald Trump’s book’

Connors: Casey is taking ‘a page out of Donald Trump’s book’

‘Look how many leaders rose to power in the 20th century by spewing hate,’ says Love/Hate star. ‘This is an age-old tactic’

Matchmaker develops Android phone child-protection software

Matchmaker develops Android phone child-protection software

Rena Maycock decided to develop the software after repeatedly trying to block the image of the body of Alan Kurdi, the three-year-old Syrian boy whose body was washed up on a beach in Turkey in 2015, from her social media networks

Colette Sexton on business

Colette Sexton on business

Family-owned D4 hotel weathers the Vat hike storm

Oil to play for

Oil to play for

Death, a 1,109-carat diamond and friends in Islamic State: David Horgan thought life would be boring as a lawyer, so he opted to lead oil, gas and resource exploration projects instead across Africa, South America and the Middle East

Tech giants ready for EU copyright fight

Tech giants ready for EU copyright fight

While up to now, copyright holders have been expected to enforce copyright protection, the new directive means that this responsibility will now fall to the major platforms like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter

Healthy meal delivery company shows appetite for US expansion

Healthy meal delivery company shows appetite for US expansion

Clean Cut Meals, a Galway company that delivers healthy meals, is in talks to launch on the west ...

Homelessness charity Depaul expects to be hit hard by Brexit

Homelessness charity Depaul expects to be hit hard by Brexit

Homelessness charity Depaul will be “undoubtedly impacted” by Brexit, according to its chief ...

Wife-and-husband team hot up beauty industry with hairdryer

Wife-and-husband team hot up beauty industry with hairdryer

Katie Jane Goldin and Barry Scallan are hoping their LanaiBlo hairdryer will make the cut in the ...

NUJ calls on journalists to look into Ireland’s Saudi links

NUJ calls on journalists to look into Ireland’s Saudi links

The National Union of Journalists in Ireland has called on Irish media organisations to scrutinis...

Packed.House pumps €100k into Entertainment.ie revamp

Packed.House pumps €100k into Entertainment.ie revamp

Packed.House plans more investment in its sister sites next year and a pivot to branded content

Dentsu Aegis to open new Irish office for Gyro

Dentsu Aegis to open new Irish office for Gyro

Dentsu Aegis Network will open a new office for Gyro, its business-to-business market research se...

Hall says he wants to help troubled animal charity reach its ‘potential’

Hall says he wants to help troubled animal charity reach its ‘potential’

David Hall, who was appointed interim chief executive at scandal-hit suicide bereavement charity Console prior to its closure, said he believes AHAR will have a bright future

A family affair that covers all the bases of a changing Ireland

A family affair that covers all the bases of a changing Ireland

Inspired by the visit of Pope John Paul II to Ireland in 1979, matriarch Bridget Doyle is determined that her family will produce the first Irish pope

Riding the wind of change

Riding the wind of change

PR titan Edelman has transformed itself to pilot major brands through the stormy seas of the internet age, its global chief operations officer Matthew Harrington tells Colette Sexton