The Network Ireland West Cork September event entitled “Hunger and Passion – Talk and Tour – Arts in West Cork” took place on yesterday evening (Wednesday, 26th September 2018) at Uillinn: West Cork Art’s Centre, Skibbereen, Co. Cork. The event consisted of a brief tour of the stellar Summer exhibition, ‘Art and the Great Hunger: Coming Home’, followed by a seminar with keynote speaker Ann … Continue reading Ann Davoren Showcases Unique Irish Famine Exhibition to Network Ireland West Cork at Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre
We (Network Ireland West Cork) held a speed networking open night at Dunmore House Hotel, Clonakilty, for our July event. The event was well-attended by up to 50 West Cork businesswomen who spent the evening learning and sharing about our respective professions. Some of the feedback we received included “A great evening connecting and meeting wonderful and inspiring women!”, “Very well organised and really good … Continue reading Network Ireland West Cork Hosts Speed Networking Open Night at Dunmore House Hotel Clonakilty
Introduction – what is a press release? A press release is a written document that details an event or circumstance. It is often tied to a business or organisation and includes quotes from key spokespersons. It is distributed to media by PR professionals, often with press shots (photographs). A large percentage of the news that you read in the newspapers, hear on the radio or … Continue reading Tips for writing a press release that will land you media coverage
The Network Ireland West Cork June event titled “Developing Clarity of Voice and Thought” took place recently (Wednesday, June 27, 2018) in Brookpark Business Centre, Dunmanway, Co Cork. The guest speakers, Sarah Leather, Business Coach and Mindset Mentor, and Linda Coyle, Voice Therapist, presented workshops to the West Cork businesswomen and offered advice on bringing clarity to every aspect of their lives. Speaking at the … Continue reading Network Ireland West Cork Explores Clarity of Voice and Thought for Business Leaders
Over the years, what has often concerned me about the PR industry is that it is unregulated. In particular, this has been a cause for concern in terms of business development and the perception of PR – if PR is not delivered by qualified, experienced professionals it can lack credibility or be undervalued. While, in general, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) may be viewed … Continue reading How the GDPR impacts Media Relations – is DIY PR Passé Composé?