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Members Spotlight: Fiona Flood

Members Spotlight: Fiona Flood

Fiona Flood, Business Owner of PA 4 a Day. Give us a brief description of yourself? I am the owner of PA 4 a Day. PA 4 a Day provides professional, confidential personal assistant services for visiting executives. Services we provide for our clients include Airport meet and greet, chauffer transport, facilitation of client meetings, venue bookings, personal errands, hotel and restaurant recommendations and reservations....

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Members Spotlight: Barbara Moynihan

Members Spotlight: Barbara Moynihan

Barbara Moynihan, Managing Director of On Your Feet.    I am founder and MD of On Your Feet, the presentations and pitch training company.   In my early career I had worked in Allied Irish Banks – mainly in Branch banking.  In branch banking you got to meet a fantastic variety of people – you never knew who was going to walk in the door...

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The $3.5 Million Pinewood-Backed Startup Used For Star Wars And Wonder Woman Films

The $3.5 Million Pinewood-Backed Startup Used For Star Wars And Wonder Woman Films

Dressed in iconic red, blue and gold, Wonder Woman stares out from one of the posters that line the walls of We Got Pop’s London office. But it’s the startup’s founder who’s the real hero for tens of thousands of people who work in film. “What everyone expects is what they see on screen—cutting-edge technology,” says Kate McLaughlin, who spent nearly two decades working for...

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Members Spotlight: Catherine Thomson

Members Spotlight: Catherine Thomson

Catherine Thomson, The Houston Exchange Based in Edinburgh, The Houston Exchange is a small consulting company which helps leaders to get to the heart of the issues in their organisation including the ones that nobody wants to talk about. We design and deliver customised development and coaching programmes that support leaders to get the best of their staff and perform at their highest level, build...

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“Guest Blogging – How to make sure it delivers for you” By Barbara Moynihan

“Guest Blogging – How to make sure it delivers for you” By Barbara Moynihan

Barbara Moynihan, On Your Feet. IIBN Dublin Member.   This is the second part of the recent blog by Suzanne May. Suzanne is the owner of Story Gem, a professional writing service, which helps small business make a bigger impact using the power of the written word. In our last post we discussed some of the pros and cons of accepting guest blogson your business website. We...

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‘Kilbeggan’s Paddy Dunican shortlisted for major business award’ – IIBN Member Paddy Dunican

‘Kilbeggan’s Paddy Dunican shortlisted for major business award’ – IIBN Member Paddy Dunican

KILBEGGAN Races manager Paddy Dunican has been nominated for the Athlone Business Person of the Year award. Mr Dunican is one of three people shortlisted for the accolade which will be presented by Athlone Chamber of Commerce. “I am thrilled, delighted and greatly appreciate to be shortlisted as one of the three finalists for the Athlone Business Person of the Year award,” said Mr Dunican....

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Belmond Grand Hibernian: Exclusive IIBN Discount

Belmond Grand Hibernian: Exclusive IIBN Discount

Belmond Grand Hibernian: Friends & Family Special Offer We are delighted to offer all members of IIBN very special rate on Belmond Grand Hibernian – Ireland’s first ever luxury touring train. Travel on the two-night Taste of Ireland journey on 05 May 2018 for the special price of €1,493 per couple, saving 75% Offer limited to 10 cabins only and will be allocated on a first-come first-served...

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6 Visual Communication Tips – Watch the eyebrows

6 Visual Communication Tips – Watch the eyebrows

Article by Joseph McGuire, ClearSight Communications and IIBN Dublin Member.     “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion it has taken place” –George Bernard Shaw To offer an exceptional product or service is one thing, to communicate effectively about it is another. Just as a tailor takes careful measurements before making a suit so should we take into account the personality and...

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Enterprise Ireland’s €1 million competitive start fund (CSF) for female entrepreneurs is open on Tuesday, May 1.

Enterprise Ireland’s €1 million competitive start fund (CSF) for female entrepreneurs is open on Tuesday, May 1.

Enterprise Ireland’s €1 million competitive start fund (CSF) for female entrepreneurs is open on Tuesday, May 1. Calling all female founders. A maximum of 20 successful female applicants will get up to €50,000 in equity funding. You can apply here. Last year, 46 percent of all companies who received CSF investment from Enterprise Ireland were female-led. Getting female firms investor ready As well as funding, 15...

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“Redefining Your Brand Culture After a Rebrand, Sale or Merger” – Lorraine Carter

“Redefining Your Brand Culture After a Rebrand, Sale or Merger” – Lorraine Carter

Fantastic article written by Dublin member Lorraine Carter, Persona Branding & Design.   “When you think about a positive brand culture, what comes to mind? You might envision some of its tangible manifestations, like bean bag chairs or Friday happy hours. While admittedly fun, these examples unfortunately only scratch the surface of what brand culture means. A truly positive brand culture goes beyond words on paper...

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