Monday November 30, 2020

Online advertising agency to close

An online advertising agency that had revenues of €4million last year is closing with the loss of nine jobs, writes Catherine O’Mahony.

12th December, 2009

Net Behaviour, based in Dublin, informed its clients last week that it was winding down over the next few months. Justin Cullen, founder and co owner of Net Behaviour, said the move was a response to the slowdown in the economy and to the growing tendency of advertising agencies to set up in house digital divisions.

‘‘We were facing into next year with a huge challenge before us,” he said. ‘‘Our clients have made the...

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