Someone is making transactions on your credit card account. They are spending money, and you’re not getting the benefit. A month later, your card p(...)

Sponsorship summiteers (from left): Ballywire owner Paul Collins, Heineken Ireland marketing director Sharon Walsh, Irish sponsorship summit founder Bruce Mansour and Sport for Business founder Rob Hartnett

The Irish sponsorship market brought in more than €125 million last year, with events such as The Gathering and the EU presidency fuelling a positi(...)

“Superior performance” read the advertisement for Dove Men that appeared in print on Monday below The Irish Times’ coverage of Ireland’s Six Nations r(...)

Packing a punch: ratings successes  such as Love/Hate will continue to make TV a heavy hitter. From left Elmo (Laurence Kinlan), Nidge (Tom Vaughan-Lawlor) and Ado (Mark Dunne) discussing what to do with Tommy (Killian Scott).  photograph: bernard walsh

After surprisingly poor advertising revenues in the first half of 2013, the Irish television industry is collectively pinning its hopes on more ben(...)

Such has been the success of Love/Hate, with Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, that most episodes broke the one million viewership threshold.

Nidge (Tom Vaughan-Lawlor) had hardly calmed down after his end-of-season prison cell tantrum before Emma Daly and Neasa McDonagh at Mindshare had cru(...)

Irish International has retained the Road Safety Authority (RSA) creative account with MediaVest retaining the media side of the business. It followed(...)

It’s a young(ish) man’s game, the growth areas are in digital, women are poorly represented in top jobs, and while the industry isn’t exactly pessimis(...)

Comedians Dermot Whelan and Bernard O’Shea are the (blue) faces of the Blue September campaign

If you’re a woman and are only vaguely aware that this is Blue September, then the targeting of the new, month-long cancer awareness campaign is worki(...)

Five hopefuls pit their wits in pursuit of a single goal

The Irish Times FUSION programme is down to the final 10 start-ups. FUSION is an experimental initiative to explore the future of advertising, an area(...)

Prowlster is the creation of the three McGinn sisters, Grace (22) , Jennie (29) and Sarah (27). Photograph: Anthony Woods

The Irish Times FUSION programme is well underway and the initial 20 start-ups have been whittled down to a final 10. FUSION is an experimental ini(...)