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.

Underwater mining robot tested at Tipp hydro project

Underwater mining robot tested at Tipp hydro project

Technology has potential to unlock minerals worth €100 billion

Homeless executive paid €255,000 in finders’ fees to estate agents

Homeless executive paid €255,000 in finders’ fees to estate agents

The Dublin Regional Homeless Executive began paying estate agents finder’s fees to identify and secure tenancies for homeless families last November

Supermac’s goes on the road again with five new motorway plazas

Supermac’s goes on the road again with five new motorway plazas

Supermac’s intends to open five more motorway plazas over the next number of years. Last week, ...

Media Matters Podcast: Alan Cox of Core

Media Matters Podcast: Alan Cox of Core

The head of Ireland's largest marketing communications company talks to Colette Sexton about changes in the industry, Brexit and Core's plans for the future

More departures put INM back in spotlight

More departures put INM back in spotlight

The media company's director of IT, Gerry Wilde, has retired after 16 years, while chief people officer Celine Doyle has left the company after seven months in the role

A guide to making real differences, from a woman of substance

A guide to making real differences, from a woman of substance

Environment: Climate Justice: Hope, Resilience, and the Fight for a Sustainable Future , By Mary ...

Panadol maker launching €800k campaign to highlight Irish link

Panadol maker launching €800k campaign to highlight Irish link

‘We had a customer in Dungarvan who told us they never knew that Panadol was made in Ireland’

This company has been good to me. I needed something to do. It has never been financial. This is a family business

This company has been good to me. I needed something to do. It has never been financial. This is a family business

Tragedy led Vicki O’Toole to go from stay-at-home mum to managing director of the family packaging business, but it is a role that she now relishes

IT and engineering targeted by Brightwater after MBO

IT and engineering targeted by Brightwater after MBO

Brightwater Recruitment intends to expand through acquisitions following a management buyout. The...

Gainjet boosting private jet fleet at Shannon

Gainjet boosting private jet fleet at Shannon

€176m investment will bring plane count to11

Watchdog concerned over payment of finders’ fees for HAP

Watchdog concerned over payment of finders’ fees for HAP

The regulator for property services providers has said it has serious concerns about the payment ...

Uniphar swallows Bradley Group en route to an IPO

Uniphar swallows Bradley Group en route to an IPO

Irish drug wholesale company Uniphar has acquired Bradley Pharmacy Group in a move that will brin...

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