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In a day and age where video games and television are winning the hearts and minds of children, Jade Goodfellow is providing an outdoor alternative which not only promotes health and social interaction with other children but the most critical ingredient to securing the attention of any youngster; fun. She sat down with advertiser.ie to chat about the development and growth of her business, Zip-Lines Ireland, being the only female zip-line constructor in Europe, and the organising of the first trail run at Monivea Woods.
Galway Westends leading lights Kai Restaurant on Sea Road and Dela Restaurant on Dominick Street have taken home gold at this year's Restaurant Association of Ireland awards that were held in Roscommon on Tuesday evening.
I remember long ago in the mists of time, being stuck in a marketing class and being told about the power of subliminal advertising. How the ad with the sound of a can of cola being opened was sending a message to the brain to tell us that we wanted to quench our thirst there and then. How the colours in certain global brands stirred some desire in us, a desire undetected until it was pointed out.
St Ita’s National School, Loughrea, are overall winners of the 2018 Schools Debating competition.
The Irish Times training’s renowned diploma in digital marketing is running in Galway’s Western Management Centre this April over 12 consecutive Wednesday evenings.
Some 11 budding teenage entrepreneurs have been selected to represent Westmeath at the Student Enterprise Programme National Finals in Croke Park.
This week (March 11 to 17) is World Glaucoma Week, and Specsavers and the National Council for the Blind of Ireland (NCBI) are using the opportunity to highlight the importance of regular eye tests in helping to reduce preventable sight loss.
Award winning parenting website MyKidsTime.com is marking a decade in online business, and to celebrate, founders Jill Holtz and Michelle Davitt, along with editor Emily Manning, recently hosted a birthday party at Collins Barracks, National Museum of Ireland (Decorative Arts and History) in the beautiful setting of The Palatine room.
MARCH WAS originally the first month of the year in the Roman calendar, and for Galway Street Club, March has long been a month signifying new beginnings, providing exciting starting points, and, especially this year, marking significant milestones.