The four-storey, over-basement Marina House in Dún Laoghaire has a particularly high specification

Two separate office investments in the modern Marina House off the Old Dunleary Road in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin, are to be offered for sale by privat(...)

Ian Dodson, Ken Fitzpatrick and Anthony Quigley of the Digital Marketing Institute (DMI), which has announced the creation of 34 new jobs

CHARLIE TAYLOR Three firms are to create over 120 jobs across the island of Ireland, it was confirmed on Thursday. The Digital Marketing Institute ((...)

Anthony Quigley of the Digital Marketting Institute: “Our domestic and international growth has surpassed all expectations”

IBAT College Dublin has become the first Irish partner of the Digital Marketing Institute. DMI says the partnership will allow it to further expand i(...)

Nominees for Newspaper of the Year (Callem Trimble-Jenkins, The Bull; Barry Lennon , The Edition; Cormac Duffy and David Corscadden of The University Observer; Catherine Healy of The Trinity News, and Michael Cogley, The College View) at the KBC National Student Media Awards, in April. Photograph: Eric Luke

The media industry is usually regarded as an industry for creative people with strong verbal and communication skills. Typically, students applying fo(...)

An Apple Watch is shown off at  Apple’s  Spring Forward event in San Francisco, California,  on Monday, March 9th, 2015.  Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

It has been almost six months since we first saw the Apple Watch. Six months during which rivals, already trying to convince consumers that smartwatch(...)

Ian Dodson: “This year we’ve reached a series of significant milestones leading us to record our best year yet in terms of partner numbers, students and revenue. While the domestic market still presents some great opportunities for us, international business has been a key driver to growth.”

The Digital Marketing Institute (DMI), headquartered in Dublin, has announced expansion into 18 new markets including Australia, Azerbaijan, Denmar(...)

Hospitality and leisure businesses are among the strongest adopters of digital marketing (46 per cent), driven by the prevalence of online reviews wi(...)

Digital marketing: There are fundamental differences between traditional and digital marketing that executives may find counter-intuitive, says Ian Dodson, founder of the Digital Marketing Institute

Research repeatedly shows Irish businesses to be laggards when it comes to e-commerce while clunky websites and ill-judged social media campaigns sugg(...)

Election posters are still seen by many as the best form of campaigning. Photograph: David Sleator

“I’ve been studying the effectiveness of web campaigning in Ireland for quite a long time,” says Dr Matthew Wall, “and overall, posters are by far the(...)

Ian Dodson, co-founder of the Digital Marketing Institute. By the end of March, the Irish company will have increased its number of employees to 46.

The Digital Marketing Institute will have almost doubled its number of employees this year to 46 by the end of the month, following an accelera(...)

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