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.

Logo start-up grabs Disney’s attention

Logo start-up grabs Disney’s attention

More than 1,000 companies have signed up to use the services of Dublin start-up LogoGrab in the four months since its launch.

West is best for visual communications firm

West is best for visual communications firm

A visual communications agency based in Clifden, Co Galway is turning its focus to Ireland’s top 100 companies after signing some of the world’s biggest companies.

Soap springs eternal

Soap springs eternal

Colette Sexton went behind the scenes on the set of Ros na Rún, to find out how TG4’s long-running Irish-language soap is put together – and why the producers are constantly on the lookout for handsome men of a certain age

Accenture report says customers are after the ‘magic touch’

Accenture report says customers are after the ‘magic touch’

The report, conducted by Fjord, which is part of Accenture Interactive, was designed to highlight future trends around customer experiences and expectations.

Carlow GAA sponsor’s call to action

Carlow GAA sponsor’s call to action

The mid-range five-figure sponsorship deal will last 12 months initially, with the option to exte...

Warner honoured for photography

Warner honoured for photography

Galway-based photographer Neil Warner has won the Warren Motts international service award for h...

Producers of Austen adaptation wooed by Irish tax break

Producers of Austen adaptation wooed by Irish tax break

Love and Friendship, a film adaptation of Jane Austen’s Lady Susan, will be closing finance thi...

McRedmond says demise of TV3 greatly exaggerated

McRedmond says demise of TV3 greatly exaggerated

TV3 chief claims ‘battle’ between his station and UTV Ireland is a ‘phoney war’

98FM plans new ad campaign to tune into ‘community roots’

98FM plans new ad campaign to tune into ‘community roots’

Dublin radio station 98FM has launched a new advertising campaign in an attempt to return to the ...

En route to success despite some small bumps in the road

En route to success despite some small bumps in the road

JJ Kavanagh and Sons, the family-owned coach firm, has come through the recession intact and established a growing business in Britain

Curran: RTÉ has made it past ‘the very dark days’

Curran: RTÉ has made it past ‘the very dark days’

State broadcaster will focus on digital, says its director general

Core Media branches out out into sponsorship

Core Media branches out out into sponsorship

Marketing pioneer John Wanamaker famously said: “Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don’t know which half.”

New image ready for take-off at Aer Lingus

New image ready for take-off at Aer Lingus

The airline’s bosses are hoping that its first TV brand campaign in 20 years will remind viewers of its glory days, writes Colette Sexton

Super Bowl – the sponsorship behemoth

Super Bowl – the sponsorship behemoth

The Super Bowl, the highlight of the National Football League in the US, takes place tonight, with an expected audience of over 100 million.

Parcel Connect unveils new online ad push

Parcel Connect unveils new online ad push

Parcel Connect, a parcel delivery provider, has launched its first wholly online advertising campaign.