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.

Back in Bloom on a €200k budget

Back in Bloom on a €200k budget

Bloom, the annual gardening festival, is gearing up to spend €200,000 on marketing this year. ...

Put your media buyer on the  spot to get a good deal

Put your media buyer on the spot to get a good deal

Media buying is fast paced, where you can be quickly outbid. Adam Davidson of money transfer firm Currency Fair explains how to make sure you get what you pay for

Super seaweed snack bars now stocked at SuperValu

Super seaweed snack bars now stocked at SuperValu

Waterford-based Marie Power joined Musgrave’s Food Academy in February, and her seaweed produc...

Fleadh Cheoil is seeking title sponsor for first time

Fleadh Cheoil is seeking title sponsor for first time

An Fleadh Cheoil, which will take place in Sligo this year, is seeking a title sponsor ...

The Irish Sun launches paid-for digital offering

The Irish Sun launches paid-for digital offering

The Irish Sun has launched its first paid-for digital offering after an investment of ...

Cadbury ups Easter ad spend by 5 per cent

Cadbury ups Easter ad spend by 5 per cent

Confectionery company Cadbury has spent over €1.5 million on its 2015 Easter advert...

New app for cinema goers raises €200,000 from its funders

New app for cinema goers raises €200,000 from its funders

You might remember Tempster, the free app launched in February 2013 that used GPS te...

Teaching new entrepreneurs some new tricks

Teaching new entrepreneurs some new tricks

The Entrepreneur Experience rode into Co Cork last week, with newbies learning from old hands

International big fish could snap up TV3

International big fish could snap up TV3

TV3 is leaner and meaner than the rest of the Irish market, but losing soaps have hurt viewership and revenue. Colette Sexton and Ian Guider report

Luxury home sales up over 50% on this time last year

Luxury home sales up over 50% on this time last year

Sales of luxury homes in Ireland jumped more than 50 per cent in the first three mon...

Viral referendum campaign reaches 250k with zero budget

Viral referendum campaign reaches 250k with zero budget

With zero marketing budget, Straight Up For Equality, the pro same-sex marriage camp...

RTE seeking  to map what we watch

RTE seeking to map what we watch

RTE is seeking submissions from companies to develop and manage an audience engagement programme....

Nominate a company for Business to Arts awards

Nominate a company for Business to Arts awards

As the economic recovery gains momentum, Allianz and Business to Arts are calling on businesses t...

Leinster Rugby building on support base

Leinster Rugby building on support base

Leinster Rugby is spending more on digital media as it hopes for a naming rights windfall from a stadium revamp.

New film adaptation of Sebastian Barry’s novel raises €7.3 million from
            shareholder funding round

New film adaptation of Sebastian Barry’s novel raises €7.3 million from shareholder funding round

The production company behind The Secret Scripture, an Irish film which features some ...