Me and My Money: Dan McDonnell, Neon Agency MD

While it’s good to haggle, there is a line you must respect, says event management chief

Dan McDonnell: “I risked everything when I went out on my own initially, and then when I formed Neon, so I suppose every entrepreneur is a gambler”

Dan McDonnell: “I risked everything when I went out on my own initially, and then when I formed Neon, so I suppose every entrepreneur is a gambler”

 

Are you a saver or a spender?

Do you shop around for better value?

What has been your most extravagant purchase and how much did it cost?

What purchase have you made that you consider the best value for money?

How do you prefer to shop – online or local?

Do you haggle over prices?

Has the recession changed your spending habits?

Do you invest in shares?

Cash or card?

What was the last thing you bought and was it good value for money?

Have you ever successfully saved up for a relatively big purchase?

Have you ever lost money?

Are you a gambler and, if so, have you ever had a big win?

Is money important to you?

How much money do you have on you now?

€45, and plenty of receipts. Rats.

In conversation with Tony Clayton-Lea