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Is Ireland going ad for it again?

Advertising market shows signs of picking up, with an increase in spending, writes Siobhan Brett.

27th April, 2014

Hopes that the advertising market would stabilise in 2014 were reinforced in the first quarter, with agencies reporting across-the-board increases in spending and steady improvement in business.

Estimates for the year had been bullish: bold predictions of a return to growth in most quarters of media, brought on by a change of pace, but also a lot of change.

The first quarter, however, has exceeded even these sunny expectations, according to Aidan Greene, managing director of...

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