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.

Dialogue chief: customer experience key

Dialogue chief: customer experience key

Marketing’s current focus on messaging is outdated, according to Michael Killeen, founder of ma...

DigitalFood.ie turns over €50k in first month

DigitalFood.ie turns over €50k in first month

A new digital agency targeted at food and beverage companies has generated almost €50,000 in n...

Brothers’ bitcoin firm plans to raise €200,000

Brothers’ bitcoin firm plans to raise €200,000

Cork-based Bitcove, a bitcoin exchange company, is planning to raise €200,000 before the end of...

Future looks bright for traditional Irish media

Future looks bright for traditional Irish media

Even if live TV viewing dies out, Irish people still expect to be watching the Late Late show three decades from now

Notorious PSG attracts €400k of new business

Notorious PSG attracts €400k of new business

The group is on track to beat its projected turnover of €4 million this year

Brewing up business on the Wild Atlantic Way

Brewing up business on the Wild Atlantic Way

Kinnegar Brewing is taking advantage of its position on the Wild Atlantic Way to branch into the...

The road to Grexit?

The road to Grexit?

January 2002: the euro replaces the drachma. December 2004: Greece is issued a formal warning by ...

So far, so good z  . . . mostly

So far, so good z . . . mostly

Most of the media and marketing world has experienced an uplift in the first half of the year, but not everyone is feeling the benefits. Here, top industry figures discuss the year so far, and their predictions for the rest of 2015

Pharmacy group pays €300,000 to sponsor  Liveline

Pharmacy group pays €300,000 to sponsor Liveline

RTE has secured more than €300,000 from LloydsPharmacy to sponsor Joe Duffy’s Liveline radio ...

UTV’s slow start encouraged TV3 sale

UTV’s slow start encouraged TV3 sale

UTV Ireland’s poor performance to date encouraged Liberty Global to buy TV3, as the nation’s...

US release for top-grossing Irish film

US release for top-grossing Irish film

An Irish-made animated feature film is set to be shown in US cinemas after becoming the highest ...

Kerry start-up unlocks the door to profit

Kerry start-up unlocks the door to profit

A Kerry-based start-up that has created a product that unlocks doors with smartphones, eliminatin...

For all the milk in China

For all the milk in China

Bord Bia will launch a unified campaign for Irish dairy in China in early 2016, on the back of a ...

Rothco brings bronze Lion home from Cannes

Rothco brings bronze Lion home from Cannes

Irish delegates will not be leaving the Cannes Lions festival, advertising’s biggest awards cer...

Supermac’s to expand if trademark case succeeds

Supermac’s to expand if trademark case succeeds

Supermac’s will open restaurants in Europe within the next 12 months if it wins a trademark ca...