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.

PRII to launch industry census as middle managers harder to find

PRII to launch industry census as middle managers harder to find

The first ever nationwide census of the public relations industry will be launched in the coming ...

Big Mountain has lofty hopes for Channel 4 series Programme will connect families using DNA testing

Big Mountain has lofty hopes for Channel 4 series Programme will connect families using DNA testing

A 15-part series by Irish company Big Mountain Productions will begin on Channel 4 tomorrow, and ...

Planned Tesco strikes in north-west could spread nationwide by Christmas

Planned Tesco strikes in north-west could spread nationwide by Christmas

Christmas might be cancelled for Tesco as workers at the retailer have voted in favour of strike ...

Thermo King invests €50 million in plant expansion

Thermo King invests €50 million in plant expansion

Thermo King in Galway has invested €50 million into its plant to increase its capacity. The bus...

AI doesn't spell the end for journalism

AI doesn't spell the end for journalism

While AI anchors might make those of us currently in the media industry feel very uneasy, the truth is that no job is safe from automation

Dundrum director defends rent hikes

Dundrum director defends rent hikes

Any ‘churn’ from retailers at Dublin shopping centre is because ‘they haven’t adapted to trends’, says Don Nugent

Revenue to continue its flat-rate expenses review despite backlash

Revenue to continue its flat-rate expenses review despite backlash

The Revenue is continuing with a wide-ranging review of the flat-rate expenses regime, despite a ...

Colette Sexton  on Business

Colette Sexton on Business

Anne Harris wins a lifetime award, and offers advice both frivolous and serious

Christmas FM aims to raise €200k in aid of Temple Street

Christmas FM aims to raise €200k in aid of Temple Street

Christmas FM will be back on air for the 11th year running, on Wednesday at 1pm. This year, the p...

TV isn’t dying, it’s having babies, says former BBC marketing boss

TV isn’t dying, it’s having babies, says former BBC marketing boss

‘It has been more than ten years since the iPhone first launched. The first smartphone was in 2...

When I started, there were areas we couldn’t deliver to because customers couldn’t order online. Now we deliver to every part of Ireland

When I started, there were areas we couldn’t deliver to because customers couldn’t order online. Now we deliver to every part of Ireland

Meeting the needs of hungry consumers all over the country is the job of Amanda Roche Kelly, who turned down a plum job at Just Eat Ireland before eventually becoming its managing director. Just don’t expect drone deliveries any time soon, she says

Iconic buys River Media holdings

Iconic buys River Media holdings

Controlled by British advertising executive Malcolm Denmark, Iconic Newspapers is a major publisher of regional newspapers in Ireland

Flexible working agency Employmum to open Dublin office

Flexible working agency Employmum to open Dublin office

The company was founded in 2016 by Karen O’Reilly. A qualified accountant, O’Reilly said she struggled to find flexible hours when she returned to Ireland in 2013 having lived in France for 12 years

80,000 workers set to lose tax breaks worth up to €750

80,000 workers set to lose tax breaks worth up to €750

From January 1, shop assistants, agricultural advisers, cardiac technicians, journalists, professional valuers and freelance actors will no longer be able to claim flat rate expenses - a tax relief available for expenses incurred as part of employment

Ballymore pledges space as well as cash to Dublin Fringe Festival

Ballymore pledges space as well as cash to Dublin Fringe Festival

Property developer is committed to helping Festival artists pull off ‘wild ideas’ as it underlines its support for the arts