It’s terrible there are no slow sets. Why did somebody kill them?

(...) says Club Nassau calls itself the Home of the Slow Set, which is a clever marketing ploy, especially if(...)

Kildare Village is adding  36 new outlets and two restaurants, bringing the total of designer shops to 100

(...) to open the extension in November.“Our marketing focus will be on a luxury retailing experience(...)

Retired tennis player Li Na was one of the most popular winners in Shanghai, picking up the exceptional achievement award. Photograph: Feng Li/Getty Images for Laureus

(...)’s international presence in the sports marketing field. Marketing Infront is the sales rep for broadcast rights to(...)

Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) leader Mike Nesbitt says Northern Ireland needs to ‘switch from a culture of dependency on welfare’ and focus on generating ‘serious wealth’ for all people. File photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

(...) rate of 9 per cent in the hospitality sector to “negate the marketing disadvantage”. Under “economic(...)

Ferrante’s sombre yet searing tone about taboo subjects is the engine that will forever drive her, but she is attentive to a reader and has masterfully managed to combine plot and soul

(...) works in Marketing at Barry Group and is a senior writer with balls.ie (...)

Cork Institute of Technology: Dr Breda Kenny, head of the Hincks Centre for Entrepreneurship Excellence at CIT, will the overall project

(...), business, and marketing planning for the route which will support other maritime and shore-based tourism(...)

Mark Hayes: “It takes about three months of banging your head against the wall until you realise that if you’re going to be successful here, you have to work with their methods.”

(...) head of marketing for Peugeot in Ireland in 2008 and says that working through the recession taught him(...)

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Sales and Marketing Director

(...) and Marketing professional to help launch a proprietary robotic solution to significantly increase(...)

Punchestown Racecourse expects to host almost 17,000 corporate guests at its national hunt festival later this month after selling out all hospitality(...)

The marketing brains behind Unilever toiletries brand Dove appear to have a surfeit of professional pride, and possibly elevated self-esteem

(...), that some of us have the opposite problem. Some people suffer from high self-esteem. The marketing(...)