Local radio ad agency IRS Plus cuts losses to €10k

The company specialises in targeting grassroots audiences through local radio

26th March, 2017
Peter Smyth, chief executive of IRS Plus

IRS Plus, the sales and marketing house for 15 local Irish radio stations, made a loss of just over €10,000 in 2015, a marked improvement on its loss of €68,000 the previous year.

The company specialises in targeting grassroots audiences through local radio. Shareholders funds stood at €87,320 in 2015, down from €100,022 the previous year, according to recent accounts filed.

In 2015, its turnover was €7.8 million, Peter Smyth, chief executive of IRS Plus, told The Sunday...

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