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Food is really Instagram-friendly and that's a problem for businesses
There is a real danger that the industry over-relies on social media at the expense of other marketing tools.
# media and marketing
'The big enchilada was always breaking America, like so many businesses - and pop groups'
Jam Media’s John Rice also talks lion taming, pork processing and augmented reality.
# media and marketing
'The big enchilada was always breaking America, like so many businesses - and pop groups'
Jam Media’s John Rice also talks lion taming, pork processing and augmented reality.
# insights and opinion
Poll: Do you think rebranding is worth millions of euro?
An Post’s new look cost the postal service provider €5 million.
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Audio is having a moment - here's how marketers can make the most of it
Podcasts and traditional radio are booming in Ireland.
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Why Ireland's employment laws need a revamp to reflect 'techno-stress'
It’s time for employers to address the causes of work-relaxed anxiety.
# media and marketing
'My mum often says a bad day on the road is better than a good day in the office'
Because Ireland managing director Paddy Davis also talks fishing rods and the importance of trust.
# media and marketing
'My mum often says a bad day on the road is better than a good day in the office'
Because Ireland managing director Paddy Davis also talks fishing rods and the importance of trust.
# insights and opinion
Poll: Do you think Dublin should relax its building height restrictions?
A row has broken out over Johnny Ronan’s planned Salesforce ‘tower’.
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How to dodge the iceberg when two workplace cultures merge
The way an organisation conducts itself has a huge role to play in any merger or acquisition.
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How to avoid hefty payouts for misusing security cameras in the workplace
Employers are entitled to collect CCTV footage – as long as it is justifiable.
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Three ways innovators can address gender bias in artificial intelligence
Leaders must be diligent in how they use the tech to ensure it helps, not hinders, the inclusion of people.
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Poll: Should Ireland's defamation laws be reformed?
Businessman Denis O’Brien recently lost a case against the Sunday Business Post.
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Here are three ways to ensure Ireland adapts to its increasingly complex economy
Our business model is undergoing profound change.
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What Jeff Bezos can teach leaders about controlling a crisis like a pro
The Amazon CEO’s recent standoff with a salacious tabloid was a masterclass in ‘owning’ a narrative.
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'Restructuring last year was challenging. I don't like my staff to be stressed out'
Lorraine Heskin from Gourmet Food Parlour talks avocado toast, recession and keeping staff stress-free.
# insights and opinion
'Restructuring last year was challenging. I don't like my staff to be stressed out'
Lorraine Heskin from Gourmet Food Parlour talks avocado toast, recession and keeping staff stress-free.
# insights and opinion
Poll: Do you think Brexit will happen at the end of March?
The day Britain leaves the EU could be pushed back if Theresa May can’t win approval for her deal.
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What Jeff Bezos can teach leaders about controlling a crisis like a pro
The Amazon CEO’s recent standoff with a salacious tabloid was a masterclass in ‘owning’ a narrative.
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The casual contracts bill is just around the corner. Here's what employers need to know
The incoming law brings five key changes to how businesses use flexible staff.
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'I replied to emails at 4am and then we packaged orders before college – I don't know how we did it'
Grace O’Sullivan talks about how she juggled studying with setting up her own business.
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Poll: Should the rural broadband plan be scrapped in favour of privately operated wireless?
Some have suggested the State would be better off ditching the billion-euro project.
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Your next work trip shouldn't be confined to soulless airports and generic hotels
‘Bleisure’ travel can help improve productivity and staff retention rates.
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How to silence your 'inner lawyer' and voice stronger opinions
We see other people’s faults as character flaws and make excuses for ourselves.
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'I replied to emails at 4am and then we packaged orders before college – I don't know how we did it'
Grace O’Sullivan talks about how she juggled studying with setting up her own business.
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What local government should do to transform Ireland's towns into 'smart cities'
Advanced technologies are only becoming more mainstream and could transform communities.
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Poll: Should native tech companies be given State supports to help attract staff?
Some indigenous firms are struggling to match salary expectations alongside rising living costs.
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How to rebuild trust with customers when they've been victims of a security breach
Along with death and taxes, data breaches are the only certainty in life.
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What local government should do to transform Ireland's towns into 'smart cities'
Advanced technologies are only becoming more mainstream and could transform communities.
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Why Dublin's MetroLink is too important to succumb to the whingers and naysayers
The rollout of the light rail service can’t come quick enough for the city’s biggest employers.
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Poll: Are you preparing for a no-deal Brexit?
Not everyone agrees on how severe the impact of a hard Brexit will be for Ireland.
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How employers can influence government officials in the 'new politics' age
The proposed Brexit Bill highlights why public affairs strategies are more important than ever.
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Why Dublin's MetroLink is too important to succumb to the whingers and naysayers
The rollout of the light rail service can’t come quick enough for the city’s biggest employers.
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'I used to get stressed trying to keep my inbox to zero. These days, I let the emails build up'
Flender CEO Kristjan Koik talks about deal-breakers – and his love of fast cars.
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'An appearance on Dragons' Den tripled our sales. When they re-aired the show, it happened again'
Evelyn Garland shares her experiences from quitting her job to set up a company with her partner.
# insights and opinion
'I used to get stressed trying to keep my inbox to zero. These days, I let the emails build up'
Flender CEO Kristjan Koik talks about deal-breakers – and his love of fast cars.
# Startups and tech
Poll: Should major tech companies build homes when they expand in Ireland?
Some say an influx of highly paid workers will drive up the cost of renting in Dublin.
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We're spending €3m refreshing our brand. Here are the key takeaways for other businesses
Planning a major marketing campaign is exciting, but requires a lot of thought.
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Brexit is poison - but there's still hope for prosperity when it comes to Irish tech
While there will be growing pains, the UK’s loss will ultimately be Ireland’s gain.
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'An appearance on Dragons' Den tripled our sales. When they re-aired the show, it happened again'
Evelyn Garland shares her experiences from quitting her job to set up a company with her partner.