Brexit: The power of emotion in communications July 21, 2016 The Brexit hangover continues as uncertainty prolongs, what will now happen is still unknown. However, something that is clear is how the ‘Remain’ side failed to connect with the ordinary British voter. There has been much opinion given as to …
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PR from a journalists perspective
PR from a journalist’s perspective February 19, 2016 Our Account Director Joanne Ahern has over 15 years experience as a journalist with national and local media outlets. Here, she blogs about going ‘over to the dark side’, i.e. the wonderful world of public relations, and shares some helpful tips …
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National Library of Ireland launches 2014 Annual Review September 7, 2015 PRESS RELEASE  Monday, 7th September 2015 National Library of Ireland launches 2014 Annual Review  Review contrasts National Library of Ireland with European counterparts  The National Library of Ireland has made significant achievements in increasing access of collections to the public, …
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Top Five Tips for Social-Media-Shy SMEs April 7, 2015 Here at DHR, every day, we work with clients of varying sizes and in a wide range of sectors on their online communications. This ranges from managing the development of new websites, to devising social media strategies and campaigns, to …
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