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.

Dundalk dieting firm on significant growth curve

Dundalk dieting firm on significant growth curve

The company behind dieting product Celebrity Slim is looking to develop contract manufacturing and packaging at its Irish manufacturing facility in Dundalk, Co Louth.

Aer Lingus bid: timeline

Aer Lingus bid: timeline

September 27, 2006: Ryanair starts to acquire a substantial number of shares in Aer Lingus.

Stocking the Cupboard for Ireland's dedicated foodies

Stocking the Cupboard for Ireland's dedicated foodies

The Store Cupboard is a shop for dedicated foodies specialising in homemade jams and chutneys, as well as other local and international produce.

What's on this weekend

What's on this weekend

Stuck for entertainment ideas this weekend? Head to Cork for the midsummer festival, or Westport to hear Imelda May, Macy Gray and more. Here's our pick of what's on:

What's on this weekend

What's on this weekend

Stuck for entertainment ideas this weekend? Head to Cork for the midsummer festival, or Westport to hear Imelda May, Macy Gray and more. Here's our pick of what's on:

Start-Ups: Sole traders and partnerships are chosen routes for entrepreneurs

Start-Ups: Sole traders and partnerships are chosen routes for entrepreneurs

More and more Irish entrepreneurs are setting ups as sole traders and partnerships as opposed to private limited companies.

Start-Ups: Necessity is the mother of innovation

Start-Ups: Necessity is the mother of innovation

Necessity-driven entrepreneurship is the main reason for people starting up businesses in Ireland.

Online betting site plays to its social strengths

Online betting site plays to its social strengths

BragBet has developed an online social betting site that allows groups of friends relying on each others' football knowledge to place bets on matches.

Catch some festival fever

Catch some festival fever

Summer festival season is in full swing and we're going to be spoiled for choice. Just don't forget to pack your wellies, writes Colette Sexton.

What's on this weekend

What's on this weekend

Haymaking, classic cars and a concert for Aung San Suu Kyi are some of the events happening this weekend.

What's on this weekend

What's on this weekend

Imelda May is live at Cork's Marquee this weekend, Dundrum has an Indian film festival and the Arcadia Festival is on in Bray.

Business body hails legal move on street drug dealing

Business body hails legal move on street drug dealing

The Dublin City Business Improvement District has welcomed the drafting of legislation designed to combat the sale of prescription drugs on the streets of the capital.

Game of chance asks the questions

Game of chance asks the questions

Irish-owned Oteeto launched its first online game last week at the Social Gaming Summit in Berlin.

What's On This Weekend

What's On This Weekend

The Kilkenny Cat Laughs, Strawberry Fest and a sheep-shearing contest: just some of the events happening this weekend across the country.

Your Money: Family fun from penguins to pints

Your Money: Family fun from penguins to pints

Colette Sexton has some ideas for whiling away the summer at home.