Gillian Bowler: One of the smartest in the business
"Goodbye, Gillian. You inspired me," writes co-founder of The Sunday Business Post Aileen O'Toole
Gillian Bowler was one of the first business people (note people, not women) in Ireland who knew the importance of media coverage to building a brand. In the gloomy 1970s and 1980s, when I was a business reporter and the only female among Ireland’s cohort of business journalists, I got the opportunity to interview her on several occasions.
Every newspaper, magazine, TV show or radio show imaginable featured Gillian Bowler. That wasn’t about...
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