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Tweet It took me a long time to warm to advertising agencies. The first time I worked with one I was working in sales management on Fairy Washing Up Liquid. I was due to attend a meeting at which I was to be told what consumers really thought of the brand. I remember my reluctance […] more »
Tweet It is difficult to believe now that one country recently sent 19 delegations to Ireland to study how well our economy was managed. The revelation that our model of economic management featured positively in political and economic discussion in countries including Estonia, Greece and Scotland may also come as a surprise. As we survey […] more »
Tweet Father Harry Bohan and the Ceifin Centre were probably the most prescient in analysing the effect of economic exuberance on our society and the impact of the rapid loss of this success has had on our national spirit and psyche. This work has revolved around the Ceifin conferences that Fr Bohan has organised since […] more »
Tweet The idea that politicians don’t care about opinion polls is, at best, a half truth. In my experience politicians rarely care about individual polls (unless their own name features on the ballot paper) but instead focus on the trends in polls. Sometimes individual polls do stand out that make professional politicians stop and ponder […] more »
Tweet Dan Boyle, in fairness, is acknowledged to do two things well. He is a regular contributor to the Seanad and is also a good user of social media. Therefore when I saw his (now famous tweet) when heading into Leinster House on Wednesday night I thought something was up. When he didn’t appear in […] more »
Tweet This question was raised every day by my colleagues in Seanad Eireann and in a stormy Dail debate. It referred to the Government commitment of €10 million to deal with the devastating floods that destroyed large parts of Ireland. Why so little? The deserts and sky rise cities of Dubai have literally nothing in […] more »
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