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.

Dutch ad firm takes flight with Aer Lingus account

Dutch ad firm takes flight with Aer Lingus account

Diversity is the key to winning international accounts, according to the Dutch agency that has hoovered up the Aer Lingus ad business

Killowen lands Aer Lingus yoghurt deal

Killowen lands Aer Lingus yoghurt deal

A Wexford-based family yogurt business is hoping for a business boost after it signed a short-ter...

INM looking to make acquisitions worth €100m

INM looking to make acquisitions worth €100m

Independent News and Media is gearing up to make a number of acquisitions to the tune of €100 m...

Petition launched to postpone the sale of Russborough House paintings

Petition launched to postpone the sale of Russborough House paintings

Over 1,200 people have signed an online petition to postpone the sale of the Old Masters painting...

Referendum sends three million visitors to RTE online

Referendum sends three million visitors to RTE online

RTE’s results coverage of the marriage and presidential age referendums and the Carlow-Kilkenny...

New base and fresh start for Boys and Girls

New base and fresh start for Boys and Girls

Business is booming for ad agency born of the recession

Daggers out as Galwayman cleans up on reality TV

Daggers out as Galwayman cleans up on reality TV

Mike Craughwell found a massive audience for his replica swords after a friend told him to make a YouTube video. Now he has a show on the Discovery Channel – if he wants it

Stamp design and Tinder are winners at ICAD awards

Stamp design and Tinder are winners at ICAD awards

Two gold awards were handed out at the Institute of Creative Advertising and Design (ICAD) awards...

Spar signs up to sponsor Skehan on RTE

Spar signs up to sponsor Skehan on RTE

Spar Ireland has signed a €120,000 deal to sponsor RTE’s Kitchen Hero programme, which is hos...

Curragh racecourse ramps up PR budget for milestone Irish Derby

Curragh racecourse ramps up PR budget for milestone Irish Derby

To mark the 150th anniversary of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby, the Curragh racecourse in Co Ki...

Brand purpose should come from the top

Brand purpose should come from the top

The business of account planning is broken and outdated. So says Kay McCarthy, managing director...

Lights! Camera! Inaction!

Lights! Camera! Inaction!

Commercial production companies feel Dublin City Council is frustrating the industry with high fees and long waiting lists

TG4 seeks social media partner

TG4 seeks social media partner

TG4 has put out a tender for social media services. The contract will focus on growing TG4’s r...

Buyers say UTV needs to broaden its appeal

Buyers say UTV needs to broaden its appeal

UTV Ireland needs to to do more than change the time slot of its news programmes to boost its aud...

Taking support to the top-level professionals

Taking support to the top-level professionals

Business forum, i-Club, a company set up to provide support and advice to board level business p...