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CIT seals €1.26m Arctic Circle tourism contract

CIT seals €1.26m Arctic Circle tourism contract

RTE seeking  to map what we watch

RTE seeking to map what we watch

Leaves offers healthy and great tasting food

Leaves offers healthy and great tasting food

A novel approach to treating  disorders

A novel approach to treating disorders

EPS to build state-of-the-art €3m centre of excellence

EPS to build state-of-the-art €3m centre of excellence

Dell employees embrace support of Daffodil Day

Dell employees embrace support of Daffodil Day

On Friday, March 27, Dell Ireland’s in-house band, the Daffodells, will be rocking out at the company’s Cherrywood campus in Dublin, as one of a number of fundraising events the company is hosting for Daffodil Day.

Inside Track

Inside Track

Tune into positive mental health with Upbeat On Air

Mr Saturday Night: D’Arcy could boost RTE’s coffers

Mr Saturday Night: D’Arcy could boost RTE’s coffers

Increase in ad revenue expected from changing of the guard

Things looking up for Classic Hits 4FM after difficult times

Things looking up for Classic Hits 4FM after difficult times

The Dublin-based station has endured some difficulties since launching in the middle of a recession, but its chief executive Sean Ashmore now feels much more upbeat about the future. Colette Sexton reports

Paddy minus the paddywhackery

Paddy minus the paddywhackery

The challenge for the St Patrick’s Festival, now in its 20th year, is to generate tourism while remaining authentic and contemporary for people at home, writes Colette Sexton

Inside Track

Inside Track

Liam Neeson to be the voice of Tourism Ireland

Niall Stanage There are fears that the $7.3 million decision on complex musical issues may open the door to opportunistic lawsuits

Niall Stanage There are fears that the $7.3 million decision on complex musical issues may open the door to opportunistic lawsuits

The global music business is this weekend grappling with the implications of a verdict delivered in an American courtroom last week.

Adverts aim to attract more women into property careers

Adverts aim to attract more women into property careers

On the back of a resurgence of interest in careers in property, land and construction, the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) will launch its first TV ad campaign tomorrow.

First increase in newspaper advertising since 2007

First increase in newspaper advertising since 2007

Last year marked the first increase in direct advertising in National Newspapers of Ireland (NNI) brands since 2007.

The name of the game

The name of the game

As it becomes increasingly difficult to come up with original names, it may help to bring in the professionals