Sunday November 29, 2020

Student scoops An Post award with common sense

Winner was Garron Clarke of DCU

1st May, 2016
Alan Cox, Core Media, Siobhán Lennon, Commercial Director, The Sunday Business Post with Paul Cooke, chief executive, The Sunday Business Post presenting the Student Marketing Campaign of the Year Award to Garron Clarke of DCU

Following on from last year’s An Post Smart Marketing Awards, there has been a marked increase in the interest from colleges and universities across Ireland, according to Fiona Heffernan, head of Post Media at An Post.

This year’s award for Student Marketing Campaign of the Year was presented to Garron Clarke of DCU for his winning entry, The Chronicle.

“On the night of the ceremony, I had the pleasure of being...

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