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.

More than 50% of adults found No campaign advertising ‘inappropriate’

More than 50% of adults found No campaign advertising ‘inappropriate’

Coyne Research carried out the research for Mediacom using its nationally representative online survey of 1,000 adults aged over 18 between May 23 and May 29

Dry & Fly hair firm hopes to Swaye investors as it seeks to raise €500,000 for its new app

Dry & Fly hair firm hopes to Swaye investors as it seeks to raise €500,000 for its new app

The founders of the hair studio business Dry & Fly are seeking to raise €500,000 for a new ...

Trade union expects Lloyds Pharmacy workers to vote for industrial action

Trade union expects Lloyds Pharmacy workers to vote for industrial action

Around 200 Lloyds Pharmacy workers from over 50 stores across the Republic of Ireland are voting in the Mandate ballot on whether they want to take industrial action

Profile of Murdoch MacLennan: The other Murdoch

Profile of Murdoch MacLennan: The other Murdoch

MacLennan will need all of his expertise to deal with INM, whose registered shareholders include three of Ireland’s richest men – billionaires Denis O’Brien, Dermot Desmond and, as of last month, Larry Goodman

New Dublin tourist attraction thinks big for likes and shares

New Dublin tourist attraction thinks big for likes and shares

Theatrical experience targets families, tourists and people who are ‘always on phones’

Alcohol bill raises concerns

Alcohol bill raises concerns

The director general of Spirits Europe met Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed last month to e...

Transport For Ireland to sponsor 2FM show

Transport For Ireland to sponsor 2FM show

Transport For Ireland is the new sponsor of RTÉ 2FM’s Eoghan McDermott Show, which broadcasts ...

Real people power key to Obamas' Netflix deal

Real people power key to Obamas' Netflix deal

Real lives and real experiences are what suck in the audiences and keep us gripped. Humans like stories about other humans, whether they are happy or sad

Gin campaign is as cool as a cucumber

Gin campaign is as cool as a cucumber

Marketing events will combine Dublin traditions with World Cucumber Day

Social media-savvy artists bid farewell to the garret

Social media-savvy artists bid farewell to the garret

The stereotype of the starving artist might soon be a thing of the past, thanks to social media. ...

Limerick council commissions €70k regional rebrand

Limerick council commissions €70k regional rebrand

A lady, the sporting capital, the Golden Vale – Limerick has many identities, but now Limerick ...

Holy show feared as Pope’s visit clashes with students’ hunt for digs

Holy show feared as Pope’s visit clashes with students’ hunt for digs

There are fears that the Pope's visit could cause havoc for those searching for accommodation in Dublin this August

INM editor and board member to step down

INM editor and board member to step down

INM editor-in-chief Stephen Rae and INM board member Paul Connolly to quit media organisation

If you’re in the right business, even Brexit has a silver lining

If you’re in the right business, even Brexit has a silver lining

For commercial translator Vistatec, Britain’s exit from the EU could offer a great opportunity for expansion

Star-studded casts to grace Element’s $30m projects

Star-studded casts to grace Element’s $30m projects

Irish production company Element Pictures is expecting a blockbuster year ahead as it is working ...