Visual Communications
The Revolution of Visual Communications April 13, 2017 In this week’s blog, Junior Account Executive, Pennie McGonagle, examines how and why visual communications have taken over our social media platforms … Over the last few decades, a digital revolution has occurred and like many others, I am constantly …
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Danny Trench Bowles
Danny Trench Bowles: My Time at DHR January 3, 2017 Danny Trench Bowles is a recent Trinity College graduate who participated in DHR Communications’ internship programme during the 12 weeks up to Christmas. Here, he looks back at his time spent at DHR, what he has experienced and everything he has …
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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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Most vulnerable school children feeling long term implications of economic crisis – Our Lady of the Wayside National School January 21, 2016 PRESS RELEASE Thursday, 21st January 2016 Most vulnerable school children feeling long term implications of economic crisis – Our Lady of the Wayside National School The long term implications of the economic crisis are now being manifested in the outcomes …
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PR Trends for 2016 January 7, 2016 This week, our Account Director Sarah Harte blogs about what she thinks the PR trends for 2016 will be…  Belated Happy New Year! We hope your 2016 has gotten off to a fantastic start. Here in DHR, we are always …
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DHR’s Year in Numbers December 18, 2015 2015 has been a busy year at DHR, with lots of exciting and interesting client events and campaigns. To summarise our work, we’ve compiled a round-up of our year in numbers!
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Family Resource Centre National Forum calling for integrated national response to Syrian refugee crisis November 18, 2015 PRESS RELEASE Wednesday, 18th November 2015 Family Resource Centre National Forum calling for integrated national response to Syrian refugee crisis The Family Resource Centre National Forum (FRCNF), representing all 109 Family Resource Centres, held a conference in Athlone yesterday (17.11.2015) …
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DHR Communications MD and Founder, Catherine Heaney shortlisted for 2015 IMAGE Businesswoman of the Year Award October 6, 2015   We are delighted to share the news that DHR Communications’ Founder and  Managing Director, Catherine Heaney, has been shortlisted for the IMAGE 2015 Businesswoman of the Year Awards! The Awards, established by IMAGE magazine, are now in their ninth …
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Books we’ve read recently August 27, 2015 Reading allows you to escape into a world far different than your own and allows you to live any life imaginable. Dr. Seuss said, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more …
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