Wednesday, November 21, 2018

IMJ Magazine Issues

The Annual IMJ Agency Issue is Out Now

IMJ’s annual Agency Issue is now out and this year it’s a bumper 104 pager packed with key insights, profiles and thought leadership pieces from some of the advertising industry’s key movers and shakers. The IMJ Agency Issue is the most comprehensive overview of the many challenges and opportunities facing advertising and media agencies in Ireland with no stone...

IMJ May/June Issue

In this month's IMJ: COVER STORY: Ronan Traynor Verve talks to IMJ about Creating Stand-Out Experiences • John Ring, Tinderpoint talks about Engaging Festival Goers • Conor White, Nielsen Ireland explains The Science Behind What's Next • The New Breed of Post-Apocalyptic Youth - Claire Hyland and Tiffany Arntson, The Youth Lab, Thinkhouse explain • What's Next for Facebook Advertising? Asks Colm Sherwin, Core Investment •...

IMJ April Issue

In this month's IMJ: COVER STORY: RTÉ looks to the future - IMJ talks in depth to Geraldine O'Leary, Group Head of Commercial, RTÉ. APMC STAR AWARDS And the Winners are ... Comprehensive coverage and photos of this year's winners Eoghan Phelan, V360°, The Visualise Group talks shopping Aisling Conlon, IPA on Plotting the Way Forward Jimmy Larsen, RED C Research...

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 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 December/January 2018

In this month's IMJ: COVER STORY: Pioneering a New Way, David O'Connor', eightytwenty talks to John McGee.  PLUS Why Brands Should Really Care - Rory Hamilton, Boys and Girls  The Gift That Keeps On Giving - Chris Pearson Element 10 Trends to Watch in Marcomms - Michael O'Keeffe, Teneo PSG  You Can't Woo Them All - Mark Breen, Cuckoo Events  PLUS Digital Opinion ...

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 October 2017

In this month IMJ: John McGee talks to Mark Nolan, Ignite Market Research about embracing change. Charley Storey from Alternatives tells us about the new talent battlegrounds of data and digital and how resistance is futile. Innovation for growth is the theme from Jill McCarron, of MCC, while Sheena Horgan of Hume Brophy tells us how to put the...

IMJ September 2017

In this issue: IMJ talks in depth to The Irish Times. Sarah O'Connor, Wilson Hartnell explores Irish and global brands and their relationship with sport. Paul Golden looks over the world of PR. What the heck is PR anyway? Jane McDaid, Thinkhouse enlightens us. Clodagh Hynes of Target McConnell's tells us how to avoid the content crap trap. John O'Shaughnessy of Verve...

IMJ Agency Issue

IMJ's annual agency issue is a bumper 108 pager packed with stories, insights, profiles, all your regular features and lots more. Alan Coleman talks about Bridging the Gender Pay Gap in Marketing Matters. OOH has never been so busy - Key players in this marketplace share their insights. Roisin Keown asks Who Really Cares About Your Brand? In Views from...

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