Patrick Murtagh

Patrick Murtagh

Marketing to the converted

Marketing to the converted

Marketing Society of Ireland events can be a daunting prospect for young marketers, but the society’s Future Council aims to change all that, writes Patrick Murtagh

Hawthorn Logistics cuts through red tape

Hawthorn Logistics cuts through red tape

‘Dinosaurs’ land multinational contracts

Don’t put all your eggs in one basket

Don’t put all your eggs in one basket

Brands should focus on attracting new customers rather than trying to retain old ones, says Jenni Romaniuk, co-author of How Brands Grow

Siblings sign Specsavers deal

Siblings sign Specsavers deal

Teresa and Patrick Flanagan had very different professional backgrounds

Yourells staying ahead of the game in Galway

Yourells staying ahead of the game in Galway

Since 2005 the salon has been owned by Carol Joyce and Anna Forde

Laying the groundwork on Irish infrastructure

Laying the groundwork on Irish infrastructure

The Infrastructure Summit took place at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin last week, bringing together speakers who discussed future infrastructure plans for Ireland, the implications for business and the importance of adequate infrastructure in negotiating Brexit

Keeping up with business after Brexit

Keeping up with business after Brexit

Regional imbalance and a lack of infrastructural investment were the two threats to Ireland’s economy

The importance of IT

The importance of IT

Staying ahead of technology is essential for all companies that want to survive and profit in a quickly-changing world, writes Patrick Murtagh

Companies slipping up on cyber security basics

Companies slipping up on cyber security basics

Cyber security was another topic discussed in great depth at the CIO Summit. Sean Rooney, cyber r...

A global thirst for health and relaxation

A global thirst for health and relaxation

When it comes to developing a global brand, Ahmed Elafifi of Tranquini believes in less bureaucracy and greater connection with millennials

A broad discipline, Indeed

A broad discipline, Indeed

The Irish arm of the largest job search company in the world is being kept busy

Top judge: vulture funds are ‘exploiting’ Ireland’s difficulties

Top judge: vulture funds are ‘exploiting’ Ireland’s difficulties

Former President of the High Court Nicholas Kearns blames funds for anger and resentment in Irish society

Early-bird catch sees gastro pub pair eye up new target

Early-bird catch sees gastro pub pair eye up new target

Dave Coffey and Damien Quinn are behind the Sussex gastro pub above O’Brien’s bar on Leeson Street

Not just window dressing: how your storefront can boost sales

Not just window dressing: how your storefront can boost sales

Visual merchandising - both in shop windows and in-store - has just seconds to make an impact, writes Patrick Murtagh

Of its time: revenues surge at New Relic’s Dublin office

Of its time: revenues surge at New Relic’s Dublin office

New Relic is a software monitoring and analytics company to helps businesses understand what is happening in the digital sector