Bernard Brogan’s PR firm falls short of directors’ hopes due to Covid-19
Legacy Communications increased year-on-year profits by 91 per cent in 2020 but said performance was not at ‘the level expected by the directors as a result of pandemic restrictions’
Performance levels at Bernard Brogan’s Legacy Communications fell short of its directors’ expectations as a result of Covid-19, newly filed accounts show.
The former Dublin footballer’s consultancy firm, which counts Dunnes Stores, Aviva and the HSE among its clients, increased its year-on-year profits by 91 per cent in 2020, up to €135,927 from €70,932 the previous year.
But a note attached to the accounts, which cover the period ended December 31, 2020,...
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