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.

Study finds that male elite led radio discourse on financial crisis

Study finds that male elite led radio discourse on financial crisis

Radio news coverage of Ireland's financial crisis as it erupted in late 2008 was skewed heavily in favour of official sources.

Send your daughters to CoderDojo'

Send your daughters to CoderDojo'

Pharmapod's software is designed to bridge a knowledge gap, but founder Leonora O'Brien has another target: the gender gap

Part-finished residential site for sale in Navan, Co Meath

Part-finished residential site for sale in Navan, Co Meath

A partially completed residential site has just come on the market in Johnstown, Navan, Co Meath.

Big four accounting firms prepare for new trainee ‘milkround’

Big four accounting firms prepare for new trainee ‘milkround’

Every November, big accounting firms descend on universities and colleges to attract students for their next intake.

Good Carma delivering discounts to carpoolers

Good Carma delivering discounts to carpoolers

Carpooling drivers in San Francisco are being reimbursed for bridge tolls, thanks to Cork-based start-up Carma.

Unique online clothes shop has designs on success Firm to help women release trapped wardrobe equity'

Unique online clothes shop has designs on success Firm to help women release trapped wardrobe equity'

On average, women only wear 30 per cent of the clothes in their wardrobes. The other 70 per cent is ''trapped wardrobe equity, according to entrepreneur Kelley Burke.

Obama election strategist Roger Fisk on political campaigns

Obama election strategist Roger Fisk on political campaigns

Political candidates must use social media in tandem with the traditional ways of canvassing, says US political and media strategist Roger Fisk.

Irish sports injury start-up to focus on US

Irish sports injury start-up to focus on US

Kitman hopes to join big leagues after it raises $4m.

SMEs feel renewed confidence, but rising costs must be curbed

SMEs feel renewed confidence, but rising costs must be curbed

Some invested, others consolidated, all survived. Now these firms are seeing the tide turn

Waterford again beginning to see signs of recovery

Waterford again beginning to see signs of recovery

The Waterford property market was pummelled in the crash, but with signs of rising consumer confidence and the CGT relief deadline, things are turning around.

House of the week: A trophy residence in leafy Blackrock

House of the week: A trophy residence in leafy Blackrock

Cuil Min on Sydney Avenue in Blackrock is a detached Edwardian redbrick in a secluded and enviable location, writes Colette Sexton.

Diaspora targeted by the Us of Ireland

Diaspora targeted by the Us of Ireland

Independent makers, artists and designers in Ireland now have a new route to the international market.

IT skills E-commerce is already in your life

IT skills E-commerce is already in your life

Have you ever bought a shirt from Asos? Or an online newspaper subscription? Then you have contributed to the e-commerce sector, writes Colette Sexton.

New hop-on hop-off bus tours designed for the Irish weather

New hop-on hop-off bus tours designed for the Irish weather

John O’Sullivan must be the only man in Ireland hoping for rain and snow this winter.

Expat Irish supporting Hong Kong protests

Expat Irish supporting Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong pro-democracy demonstrators have been occupying the city with the broad support of its roughly 3,000-strong Irish community.