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IMJ November 2015

In this month's IMJ: We look at the Future of PR: IMJ talks to some of the top PR companies in Ireland about what lies in store for 2016. PLUS: Clamping Down on Ad Fraud Ad fraud, ad blocking and viewability are hot topics in digital advertising at the moment. Conor Mullen offers a publisher's perspective on the debate. Linking in with...

IMJ October 2015

In this issue: In this month's IMJ we look at Retail's Big Challenges: In the cut-throat grocery market, standing out from the competition is key. One retailer that is pulling out all the stops to differentiate itself from the rest of the crowd is SuperValu as its marketing director Ray Kelly tells John McGee. PLUS: Ger Hughes, Creative Technologist, RTÉ Media Sales...

IMJ Agency Issue 2015

In this issue: Fresh from a three year expansion plan that was marked by substantial growth, new business opportunities and major account wins, Core Media is about to embark on a new and ambitious five year development plan, as Alan Cox and Aidan Greene tell John McGee. Plus: The financial outlook for the Irish advertising industry is looking good as clients loosen...

IMJ Agency Issue

In this month's IMJ: Daring to be Brave and Simple - Ever since it was set up seven years ago, Boys and Girls has developed into on the most successful agencies in the marketplace, garnering awards for its creativity while developing a strong client base of blue chip brands along the way. Two of the co-founders, Patrick Meade and Rory...

IMJ November 2017

In this month's IMJ: COVER STORY: The Revolution Will Not Be Televised, Mitchell O’Gorman talks to John McGee about Offscript’s ambitious. PLUS Brands are turning on the lights with experiential this Christmas, says Valerie Melinn of Verve Although tinged with both disappointment and success, it was a very good year for women’s sports, writes Lisa Bergin of Teneo Sports Its Time...

IMJ March Issue

Your IMJ this month talks to Radina Shkutova of Heineken. Karleen Smyth of Boys & Girls talks about the brand experience while Lee Thompson from i-Believe tells us what the next frontier for radio is. We look back at The 2018 Media Awards. All these and more plus the latest campaigns, who's moving where and what has been going on...

IMJ January Issue 2016

In this month’s IMJ: Jonathan Forrest, one of the first pioneers in the Irish digital marketing industry talks to IMJ about why 2016 will be such a big and important year for digital and the marketing industry in Ireland. PLUS: Marketing’s Brexit Challenge:  The prospect of the UK leaving the EU is a very real one and it’s already starting to unnerve...

IMJ February Issue

In this month's IMJ: COVER STORY: Core Outlook 2018 Onwards and Upwards         In his annual “state of the nation” analysis of the media and marketing world, Core’s Alan Cox examines some of the key trends and influences at play. PLUS Marketing Matters: The latest Marketing Sentiment Survey carried out by MediaCom in association with The Irish Times and the Marketing Institute of...

IMJ April/May Issue 2016

In this month's IMJ: With 157 years of heritage behind it, the Irish Times is looking to the future with a renewed sense of positivity, ambition and determination, according to Vivien McKechnie, the group's business-to-business director, in an interview with IMJ. PLUS: • While digital has become the social operating system for most of us, there is an opportunity for brands...

IMJ June Issue

In this month’s IMJ we take a look at the thriving Out of Home (OOH) sector. Following a period in the doldrums during the recent economic downturn, the Irish out-of-home market is thriving once again. With new formats and levels of innovation and course increased investment by advertisers, a renewed sense of optimism pervades, writes Paul Golden. PLUS: •    Fresh...

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