DNG reaches out to students in a new way
The Dublin estate agent’s Transition Year programme this year has reached its target of 300 Zoom-using participants in record time
The coronavirus pandemic has created a world of unintended consequences and, believe it or not, not all of them are negative.
By adapting to current circumstances and taking advantage of technological advances, companies all across the country have been able to reach out to wider audiences via online platforms.
A case in point is estate agent DNG, which has witnessed a 170 per cent increase in applications for its annual Transition Year student programme this year.
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On the Market: Our pick of the homes on offer this week
A house near the sea in Bray, a townhouse in Drumcondra, and a detached family home in Tralee are among the highlights this week
A semi-detached family home close to the coast in Co Dublin
Modern three-bedroom home with attic conversion near Lusk main street is a ten-minute drive from the beach
Splendid detached Wexford residence comes to market in pristine condition
Cois Coille near the village of Camolin is up for sale with a guide price of €470,000