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Meet the Editors - 11th September 2014

Magazines Ireland hosted a Meet the Editors lunch for the major media agencies at No 25 Fitzwilliam Place on Thursday 11 September 2014.

There was a great turnout of CEOs and MDs from the leading media agencies at what was the first in a series of events the association is hosting to promote the power of magazine brands to advertisers.

Editors Gerry Daly, The Irish Garden; Niall Stokes, Hot Press; Bernard Potter, IFP Media; Jennifer Stevens, U Magazine; Catherine Lee, RTE Guide and Melanie Morris, Image entertained the guests with their own stories demonstrating the power of both business and consumer magazine brands.

Grace Aungier, CEO, Magazines Ireland made a short presentation on the power of magazine brands and outlined the unique relationship that readers have with their favourite magazines. She talked about how magazine brands inspire and influence their readers; the high levels of trust and engagement they generate and how they reach sizeable audiences that are receptive to both the editorial and advertising content.

Among those in attendance were Paul Moran and Fiona Field (Mediaworks), John Gallagher (Havas), Aidan Greene (Mediavest), David Harland (Omnicom), Neil Johnson and Jonathan Conlon (Maxus), Tania Banotti (IAPI), Vivien McKechnie, (Dentsu Aegis Network), Jason Nebenzahl and Sandra Alvarez-O’Neil (PHD), Emma O’Doherty (Mindshare) and Caroline Hughes (Mediacom). 

Pictures of the lunch (some below) are available if you contact Grace. Further details about Magazines Ireland are available from Grace Aungier, CEO, Magazines Ireland Tel 01 667 55 79 or grace@magazinesireland.ie

Bernard Potter, IFP Media

Bernard Potter, IFP Media

Catherine Lee RTE Guide

Catherine Lee, RTE Guide

Catherine Lee, RTE Guide; Jason Nebenzahl, PHD and Sandra Alvarez-O’Neil, PHD

Catherine Lee, RTE Guide; Jason Nebenzahl, PHD and Sandra Alvarez-O’Neil, PHD

Ciaran Casey, Harmonia; Vivien Mc Kechnie, Carat  and Duan Stokes, Hot Press

Ciaran Casey, Harmonia; Vivien McKechnie, Dentsu Aegis Network and Duan Stokes, Hot Press

David Harland, Omnicom,  Caroline Hughes, Mediacom; Fiona Field, Mediaworks; and Willie O’Reilly RTE

David Harland, Omnicom, Emma O'Doherty, Mindshare
Fiona Field, Mediaworks; and Willie O’Reilly, RTE

Gerry Daly, The Irish Garden

Gerry Daly, The Irish Garden

Grace Aungier, Magazines Ireland

Grace Aungier, Magazines Ireland

Guests enjoying lunch

Guests enjoying lunch

Jennifer Stevens U Magazine

Jennifer Stevens U Magazine

John Gallagher, Havas; Richard Power Image and Rachel Supple, Harmonia)

John Gallagher, Havas; Richard Power Image and Rachel Supple, Harmonia

Melanie Morris

Melanie Morris, Image

Neil Johnson, Maxus; Jennifer Stevens U Magazine and Jonathon Conlon, Maxus

Neil Johnson, Maxus; Jennifer Stevens, U Magazine and Jonathon Conlon, Maxus

Niall Stokes, Hot Press; Melanie Morris, Image and Gerry Daly, The Irish Garden

Niall Stokes, Hot Press; Melanie Morris, Image and Gerry Daly, The Irish Garden

Meet the Editors Lunch

Meet the Editors Lunch

Meet the Editors Lunch

Meet the Editors Lunch

Photographs Christine Maguire

Irish Publishers Charged Fee for Airport Listing - Retail News July/August 2014

21 August 2014

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Dubliners’ Confidence in the Economy continues to rise, with confidence plateauing outside

20 August 2014

Consumers are optimistic about the economy going forward and remain in positive territory for the second wave in a row. However the gap between Dubliners and these residing outside (especially other urban areas) has increased, with Dubliners having a positive upward trajectory.

However, consumers remain quite cautious, just 1 in 10 expect to spend more throughout the oncoming year. In addition, the average amount of disposable income remains half of the Celtic Tiger peak.

Perception of personal asset value, has however increased dramatically this wave, largely driven by those living in Dublin.

Overall a degree of stability is emerging.

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Magazines and Newspapers Evolving Apart in Audiences and Research

1 August 2014

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Magazines Ireland 'Meet the Editors' Herald, 25th July

25 July 2014

Magazines Ireland (MI) will target advertisers with a new marketing campaign in the autumn. MI co-ordinator Grace Aungier says the Meet the Editors project comprises a series of networking lunches. The first gathering will be for agency bosses and Magazines Ireland’s board of directors. Other events with account directors, PR execs and clients will follow.

Tablet adverts engage, involve and educate says new advertising study.

17 July 2014

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Brilliant magazine ad which turns into a bracelet that links to a smartphone

17 July 2014

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ABC News - June 2014: Get your brand safety seal of compliance

1 July 2014

Would you want your ad appearing next to adult content, hate speech or on a competitor's website? The UK's Digital Trading Standards Group (DTSG) has created a set of good practice principles to reduce the risk of this happening. JICWEBS has endorsed these principles and named ABC as an official verification provider. InSkin Media are the latest company to be issued the DTSG seal following our verification of their brand safety policies. See all 11 companies we have verified now...

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Guide to Postal Rates 2014

30 June 2014

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Next Press Ombudsman Peter Feeney

30 June 2014

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Stephen Quinn talks to Karen Hesse

16 June 2014

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B&A: Business Confidence strong in first quarter but profitability and employment lagging behind

06 June 2014

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For Irish Secondary School Parents, magazines are one of the most efficient media channels to reach and engage them.

19 May2014

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Only 7 days to go..... Irish Tatler Academy Book Your Ticket Today

15 May2014

Limited Places Remaining

Who are the game changers in Ireland?

The business landscape has never been better for women to emerge as the leaders of tomorrow. This is Ireland’s must attend conference for women, so book your place today to make sure you’re part of Tomorrow’s Ireland. The conference will include plenary sessions with high profile speakers chaired by Norah Casey.

Over 30 high profile speakers including:

  • Norah Casey, Chairwoman, Harmonia
  • Joan Burton TD, Minister for Social Protection
  • Kathryn O'Donoghue, Director, Ads Policy Operations EMEA, Google
  • Orlaith Blaney, CEO, McCannBlue
  • Nora Owen, Former Minister for Justice
  • Anna Nolan, TV presenter & Producer
  • Ann Horan, CEO, DCU Ryan Academy for Entrepreneurs
  • Jean O’Sullivan, Manager Female Entrepreneurship, Enterprise Ireland
  • Carolan Lennon, Managing Director, eircom Wholesale
  • Linda Kiely, Founder, Voxpro
  • Emma Hannigan, Author
  • Sr. Patricia Wall, The Flying Nun
  • Sheila O'Flanagan, Author
  • Heidi Higgins, Fashion Designer
  • Laura DeVoy,*Investment Manager, Goodbody

Workshops will cover such topics as marketing, strategy, finance, entrepreneurship, politics and career progression.

All delegates are in with a chance to WIN A €20,000 BUSINESS PACKAGE


5 minute video on Short Term ROI vs Net Profit by Prof Mary Lambkin

9 May2014

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Media & Marketing News - 08/05/2014

8 May2014

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Norah Casey recognised by magazine industry

7 May2014

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6 strategies to drive a digital transformation - Rob O'Regan, eMediaVitals

6 May2014

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French Model could prompt volte-face by print cynics - Sunday Times

24 April 2014

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‘Look! No print’ as Daily Beast talks digital

24 April 2014

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Retail News March Newstand

1 April 2014

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Press release from The Press Council of Ireland, Friday 28 March 2014

31 March 2014

The Press Council of Ireland has been informed by the Press Ombudsman, Professor John Horgan, that he will be retiring from his position with effect from 1st September 2014.
Professor Horgan was appointed by the Council as Ireland’s first Press Ombudsman in 2007, following a career as a journalist, a member of the Oireachtas, and Professor of Journalism at Dublin City University.

The Chairman of the Press Council, Mr. Dáithi O’Ceallagh, said today: “Professor Horgan was central to the establishment of the Office of the Press Ombudsman. The recently published Handbook on Code of Practice for Newspapers and Magazines containing a range of decisions made by him and by the Council in response to complaints under the Code of Practice is illustrative of his wisdom and sound commonsense, which draw on his wide journalistic, political and academic experience. He will be greatly missed, and both I and all the members of the Press Council are profoundly grateful to him and wish him well.

Professor Horgan said: “It has been a great honour and privilege to have served as Ireland’s first Press Ombudsman. I am particularly grateful for the support of my staff, of all those who have served on the Press Council since its establishment, and for the vital commitment of the press itself. All of us have shared the responsibility of setting up these new and independent institutions to underline the importance of public trust in the free press in a democratic society, and to promote best professional practice and accountability in newspapers and magazines.”
“I am convinced that, whatever forms media may take in the future, our press will meet the challenges it now faces with courage and confidence, and in ways which will ensure the continuing benefits, to the community as a whole, of the best traditions of journalism.”

Vogue's Quinn digs in his spurs for the next battle

27 March 2014

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Gould Publication Papers Presentation March 2014

26 March 2014

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An Post warns retailers to cease selling competitors' products

18 March 2014

Retailers have been warned against selling products that compete with An Post services, or risk their contract being terminated

An Post has sent a letter to all its postmasters who operate retail outlets warning them against selling products that would be deemed competitive to An Post.

/ShelfLife/ has seen a copy of the strongly worded letter, dated 28 February, from John Daly, Retail Operations director of An Post. The letter stated that a postmaster who operates a shop in conjunction with An Post may not under his contract offer competing services in the shop.

It complained of postmasters providing services for competitors such as the "holding of parcels for customers for courier companies".

The letter stated: "Many of our competitors are only too happy to establish themselves in close proximity to post office services as they hope to draw business away from our network. We should not be facilitating them.

"Under your contract with An Post you may not operate or be involved in operating directly or indirectly any service in the post office or in the same premises as the post office which competes directly or indirectly with any service provided by An Post in the post office."

He cites services such as electronic top up, sale of SIM cards, bill payment services and money transmission services as the main competition.

The letter goes on to say that even when competing services are located in or around the same premises, An Post would view this as the post office "being deemed unsuitable for purpose".

"Where any such activity is identified it will be regarded extremely seriously as all postmasters have been clearly advised that such activity represents a breach of their contract. An Post will take immediate action for such breaches of contract up to and including notice of contract termination."

It urges retailers to take it upon themselves to "make such matters clear to the management company concerned" if the likes of a Parcel Motel is present in a shopping centre with a post office.

The retailer was then warned that checks would be carried out and action taken if any such competition was observed. "You should be aware that company officers, including audit teams and visiting offices, will in future as a matter of course, check to see if competing services are being provided. If you are currently providing any such service to other parties you need to cease doing so immediately."

/ShelfLife/ contacted a number of retailers about this issue and while they didn't want to be named for obvious reasons the general consensus was that they were very unhappy with the contents of the letter. One retailer said that it was "a disaster" for him as he was a Payzone agent too and needed this to provide services like the Leap Card, gas cards and ESB top up, which were services not provided on An Post's Postpoint system. He said he would lose a considerable amount of footfall if he couldn't sell Leap cards.

Another retailer said that he was contacting the Postmasters Union to complain about the situation.

Bill to remove upward only rent reviews passed in Seanad

04 March 2014

Senator Feargal Quinn's bill to eradicate upward-only rent reviews receives positive reception from retail and business groups

Feb 28 2014

Senator Feargal Quinn with ShelfLife publisher John McDonald. ShelfLife C-Store Champion of the Year Feargal Quinn has managed to pass his Private Members Bill entitled Upward Only (Clauses and Reviews) Bill 2013, through the Seanad

Senator Feargal Quinn with ShelfLife publisher John McDonald. ShelfLife C-Store Champion of the Year Feargal Quinn has managed to pass his Private Members Bill entitled Upward Only (Clauses and Reviews) Bill 2013, through the Seanad

A Private Members Bill proposed by Senator Feargal Quinn, which seeks to ban upward only rent reviews in leases, has received a favourable vote in the Seanad and will now go to the Dail for consideration.

A number of groups have welcomed the Seanad's vote, including ISME, the Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association, which said it had been lobbying on this issue since the government reneged on its pre-election promise to change the law, based on advice from the Attorney General.

ISME chief executive Mark Fielding said: "The bill proposed by Senator Quinn is very fair and balanced and provides for a temporary reduction in commercial rent to a market level. An alternative proposed by ISME, which gives a tax break to tenants under these leases could also be examined when the bill gets into the Dail."

The association called on the government parties to take this vote seriously and examine how the spirit of the bill can be enacted into law. This will assist SME businesses who are suffering under unfair and uneconomic lease conditions.

Retail Excellence Ireland (REI) also welcomed the results of the vote. David Fitzsimons, chief executive, REI said: "This is a significant decision taken by members of the Seanad who are very aware of the untold damage being done to family businesses and jobs because of the continued existence of upward only rent review clauses.

"The government will quote constitutional issues however our Senior Council advice is clear that the bill in no way undermines constitutional property rights. It is a fact that many large private landlords and pension funds have refused to grant tenants any rent relief and have overseen a significant level of business failure and job loss. The last six years have proven that a cohort of landlords are unwilling to work in partnership with their tenants. NAMA has provided some relief to tenants but only when that tenant business is on its last legs. Furthermore NAMA cannot compel landlords whose loans are in NAMA to grant rent relief to struggling tenants."

The CSNA has likewise welcomed the news, stating: "The association has congratulated and offered further assistance to Senator Fergal Quinn in his successful attempt to bring into political debate the whole matter of upward only rent reviews."

Senator Feargal Quinn previously stated: "In the past, the government has cited constitutional obstacles to the enactment of legislation of this kind. However, I do not agree with this view, nor indeed did the State's leading constitutional lawyer - Dr Gerard Hogan SC (now a judge of the High Court)."

Daily Profit Presentation March 2014

03 March 2014

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Tesco launches free magazine

04 February 2014

Tesco Ireland has launched a new lifestyle magazine that will be available free of charge for its customers to enjoy from April 2014.

The magazine will be Ireland's largest customer lifestyle magazine, based on number of copies and readership, with Tesco printing over 200,000 copies which will be distributed in every store throughout the country.

Dunnhumby, the world's leading customer science company, will handle advertising sales as well as research and insight into the Tesco shopper.

The magazine will be published 10 times a year and is designed to engage with readers and customers along three core pillars - food, family and living. It will be packed full of special offers, tasty recipe and food ideas for the family, beauty news, fashion buys and lots of opportunities for customers to win fantastic prizes!

Speaking about the new magazine, Mr Henry Dummer, marketing director, Tesco Ireland, commented, "We are delighted to launch our new Tesco Magazine to Irish customers. The magazine, focusing on food, family and living, will share our passion and care for food with customers and provide insight into the fantastic ranges available at Tesco.

Global Adview Pulse Lite - Q3 2013

30 January 2014

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Checkout Conference 28th January 2014

22 January 2014

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From paper to platform: transforming the B2B publishing business model

14 January 2014

PWC January 2014

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FIPP World Magazine Trends 2013/14

09 January 2014

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Crowdfunding Workshop - Dublin, 6th Dec 2013

22 October 2013

The Future Media Lab., in cooperation with the European Crowdfunding Network and the European Magazine Media Association, is hosting a one-day crowdfunding workshop designed specifically for innovative media companies. This workshop is a great...

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HLB Sheehan Quinn Budget Ezine

21 October 2013

Budget 2014 highlights

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FIPP Congress 25 September 2013

26 September 2013

“You’ve got to keep trying. Keep trying, keep innovating,” said Heseltine

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Publishing Magazines on Smartphones and Tablets

26 September 2013

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ABC Reporting Standards - Business Magazines and Consumer Magazines (ROI)

19 September 2013

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Bash - New Magazine Launch

6 September 2013

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The Gathering

27 August 2013

The Gathering of Magazines - SAVE THE DATE

Magazines Ireland is pleased to launch The Gathering of Magazines which will take place in Dublin on 5 and 6 December 2013. The Gathering of Magazines is an opportunity for international magazine publishers to come to Dublin to meet their Irish counterparts and get to know them and to see the Irish magazine market up close and personal.

Magazines Ireland is inviting the boards of international magazine associations as our guests, to attend The Gathering of Magazines.

The Gathering of Magazines will start with an invitation to attend the Irish Magazine Awards 2013 on Thursday December 5, 2013, a gala black tie ceremony which showcases the best of Irish magazines.

The following day, Friday 6 December they will be invited to attend the Magazines Ireland Chairman's Lunch where publishers from all round the world can share and exchange ideas on aspects of magazine publishing with all the major Irish magazine publishers.

Members are welcome and indeed encouraged to invite any of their business contacts abroad to attend The Gathering of Magazines.

All the details of The Gathering of Magazines are at

Grace Aungier, CEO, Magazines Ireland, 25 Denzille Lane, Dublin 2, Ireland.
grace@magazinesireland.ie tel 00 353 1 667 55 79

Nielsen Q1 2013 Global Advertising Trends

23 July 2013

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Major Irish Magazines Promotion in CSNA Stores

Irish magazines are taking part in a sales promotion over the summer months in selected retail stores.

The promotion starting on June 4, 2013 includes:

  • Business Plus
  • House and Home
  • Image
  • Image Interiors
    Irish Tatler
  • Prudence
  • RTE Guide
  • Xposé
    Woman’s Way
  • Irish Country Magazine
  • Self Build & Improve Your Home

Readers will be able to buy the Irish Times or the Irish Daily Mail and get the featured magazine at half price. The selected newsagents will be provided with free-standing units, posters and shelf talkers promoting the magazines.

John Whelan, Chairman, Magazines Ireland, said “We are delighted to be working with the Convenience Store and Newsagents’ Association (CSNA) to promote Irish magazines. The Irish magazine market is doing well with the latest ABC circulation figures showed Irish titles holding their own despite difficult trading conditions and fierce competition from imported titles. Irish magazines offer readers relevant content and there is great loyalty to indigenous titles”.

Grace Aungier, CEO, Magazines Ireland said “Magazine shoppers spend more in store than non-magazine shoppers, and also shop more frequently, driving customers into store where they buy complimentary items such as newspapers, lottery, confectionery, snacks and drinks, and thus making them an ideal customer.

There is a bright future for magazines but it must be underpinned by continued investment in the category by all players within the supply chain and the Convenience Store and Newsagents’ Association are key players in the industry”.

Vincent Jennings, CEO, Convenience Store and Newsagents’ Association (CSNA) said “This promotion of Irish magazines and newspapers in our stores is a great opportunity to showcase the best of Irish magazine and newspaper publishing to our customers and we hope to roll it out to our other stores after the initial launch”.



New Chairman for Magazines Ireland

John27 May 2013

John Whelan has been elected Chairman of Magazines Ireland, the association of Irish magazine publishers. John is the MD of The Danstone Group, publishers of Irish Medical News a weekly publication for medical and pharmaceutical professionals and The Waiting Room, a bimonthly magazine targeted at people in the waiting rooms of GP surgeries, clinics and hospitals. A graduate of University College Cork, John was previously a Director of the LOOT Group until its sale in 2000 for £195million. John was also MD of Buy & Sell, having taken it from a loss making operation to a €28million sale. He succeeds Duan Stokes who has completed his two year term.

Commenting on his appointment, John Whelan said “I am delighted to take on the role of Chairman at this important time for the magazine media. I would like to congratulate my predecessor Duan on a wonderful job. The market is changing rapidly and publishers now take a 360 degree view of publishing, working hard to create and deliver content across a whole range of platforms. The burning issue for the Magazines Ireland is the integration of print and online strategies for our members' business to business and consumer titles. The industry is becoming more consumer-led and we have to deliver readers content how, where and when they want it.”

Grace Aungier, CEO, Magazines Ireland said “John is taking over the role of Chairman at a very exciting time for Irish magazines. The Irish magazine market is doing well with the latest ABC circulation figures showed Irish titles holding their own despite difficult trading conditions. Irish magazine publishers are cautiously optimistic and are working hard to add value to their offerings to readers across a whole range of platforms including print, online and social. John's previous experience in heading up trade associations will be of great benefit to Magazines Ireland.”

Rebecca MarkeyRebecca Markey was elected to the position of Deputy Chairman. Rebecca is the Chief Executive of IFP Media, a specialised publishing house established in 1975. They publish a wide range of magazine titles – both B2B and consumer – as well as producing high-quality contract publications, including annual reports, brochures, booklets, flyers, posters, catalogues and newsletters.


Report on Magazines Ireland's Publishing 360 Conference in Marketing.ie May 2013

Posted 24 May 2013

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Gerry Daly awarded Lifetime Achievement Award

Posted 24 April 2013

Gerry Daly was presented the Magazines Ireland Lifetime Achievement Award at a ceremony in Dublin on 23 April. The award was presented by Duan Stokes, Chairman, Magazines Ireland.

Originally from Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, Gerry Daly joined RTE Radio as a Senior Radio Producer in 1979 and created the RTÉ Radio programme 'Ask About Gardening' on which he chaired the panel of experts. From 1984 to 1995, his 'Room Outside' programme on RTÉ Television and 'Greenfingers' for RTÉ and BBC Northern Ireland set records for garden television audiences that have still not been surpassed. In 1989, he set up a private garden design consultancy and a nursery producing choice trees and shrubs. He is a founder member of the Garden and Landscape Designers Association and a member of the International Plant Propagators' Society. For over twenty years he has been the gardening columnist for the 'Sunday Independent' and the 'Irish Farmers' Journal'. In 1992, he co-founded 'The Irish Garden'- Ireland's best-selling garden magazine, of which he is currently Editor.

Commenting on his award Gerry said he was “chuffed to receive the award especially as it was awarded by his peers in the magazine industry”.

Previous winners of the Award include Niall Stokes of Hot Press and Kevin Kelly of Image and Checkout Magazines.
For further information please contact Grace Aungier grace@magazinesireland.ie

Publishing magnate and broadcaster Norah Casey to chair inaugural 1 day
Irish Tatler Business Academy May 2nd

Posted 5 April 2013

The inaugural Irish Tatler Business Academy takes place on May 2 at the Convention Centre Dublin. Designed to inspire, inform and transform, successful businesswomen will teach delegates how to reach their full potential.

Top Irish and international speakers will share their insights and experience on how to succeed in business. The speakers will share the biggest hurdles they faced on their rise to the top; the times their confidence took a knock and how they learned to turn a problem into an opportunity.

Confirmed speakers include Louise Phelan (Paypal) Paula Fitzsimons (Fitzsimons Consulting) Davina Green (Rocket Fuel) Julie O’Neill (Join the Dots) Dr Emmeline Hill (Equinome)

The Irish Tatler Business Academy is an opportunity for women at all levels of their career – those starting out and those already on their way to the top – to discover their inner potential. The 1 day business academy is also a great opportunity to create valuable business contacts
through face-to-face time with speakers and other delegates.

"Now more than ever we need to celebrate great women in Ireland and ensure that women have inspirational female role models to learn from.”commented Norah Casey Harmonia CEO.

Two plenary sessions with top female businesswomen will take place throughout the day chaired by Norah Casey. Breakout sessions covering topics such as marketing, finance, funding, career progression a business planning will also take place so that delegates can get more personal tuition and be free to ask questions.

Delegates will also be in with the chance to win a €10,000 business package for their company.

Ticket price €95 / light lunch included, Book your place today at www.irishtatlerbusiness.com or call 01 2405336.

Panel speakers:

  • Louise Phelan –Head of Paypal (Ireland)
  • Ros Hubbard - Casting Director
  • Danuta Gray -Chairman of Telefonica O2
  • Dr Rhona Mahony, Master of National Maternity Hospital Holles St


  • Dr. Emmeline Hill - co-founder and Chairman - Equinome
  • Julie O’Neill – Join the Dots
  • Paula Fitzsimons – Going for Growth
  • Imelda Reynolds - Partner and Chair of Beauchamps Solicitors.
  • Davina Greene - Coach and Leadership Consultant- Rocket Fuel
  • Clodagh Higgins - Founder and owner - Get Focused Consulting
  • Margaret Nelson – CEO, FM104
  • Sonya Lennon – Stylist
  • Marie Chawke – General Manager Aghadoe Heights

For further information contact: Michelle Morrisroe – PR Harmonia 01
2405351 / 0868796532 / mmorrisroe@harmonia.ie

Nielsen Ireland News & Insights

Posted 22 March 2013

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