Coca-Cola is still the nation’s favourite brand

(...), marketing and in-store presence required to engage with shoppers. When the going gets tough, the tough start(...)

Ireland is now one of the most expensive countries in the EU, up there with the UK and Sweden, and only exceeded by Denmark. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

(...) competitive mass marketing of clothes and we benefit, as a result, from competitive prices, if not from(...)

 Along with the beef, bacon and cabbage, diners can expect to find a “potato-flaked bun” and baby kale adorned with Ballymaloe relish and Charleville cheese on the McMór burger. Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters

(...) recently launched, voluntary FSAI guidelines around the usage of the term in the marketing of food. This(...)

Ciara Kenny with a quick-marinated pork tenderloin with baby corn and mangetout she cooked from ingredients delivered by DropChef

(...) 23-year-old marketing graduate who found himself reaching for the takeaway menu too many times when(...)

(...) customers. No matter how much marketing was done, the phone would not sell and adding the missing features(...)

Doctors and other professionals could save on transport costs if they had flexible work arrangements. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

(...) out by the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School Marketing Development Programme in March 2015.

Dishcloths: E. coli was present on over one-quarter of dishcloths and 14 per cent were contaminated with Listeria. Photograph: Thinkstock

(...) really need to be this paranoid about germs in everyday life? Industrial marketing Manufacturers of(...)

The couple were married on May 22nd, 2015, at St Patrick’s church in Slane.

(...). Meath, is marketing director at 145-year old family business, McDowell’s Jewellers - “The Happy Ring(...)

Come scream with me: Harry Styles of One Direction. Photograph: Mat Hayward/Getty

(...), who may or may not be heterosexual. You are marketing the concept of undying love, not adult sex, so(...)

First-half operating losses at UTV Ireland were £7.5 million, as against £500,000 a year earlier

(...) which includes stronger domestic programming, more effective marketing and a better defined branding(...)