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One of the most innovative gardens at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show was the Beyond the Screen garden sponsored by Facebook. Why? Well, in a world where social media often gets a bad press – and understandably so – this garden set out to celebrate the many ways in which social media platforms can connect people across the world in different ways.
Protecting children online has been raised as an issue of critical importance with Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg by Fine Gael TD Hildegarde Naughton.
Senator Alice-Mary Higgins has welcomed Facebook’s announcement that they will end sales of online political ads to overseas actors in advance of the May 25 Referendum. She described it as a sign that the platform is listening to some of the concerns raised by herself and others, including civil society groups like Transparency Referendum.
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.
CIPD Ireland Western Region is to hold an event on the topic of “how Facebook is tackling inclusion and diversity” on Thursday April 27 at 5.30pm in the Menlo Park Hotel, Galway.
In a social media first, Minister for Communications Denis Naughten is to participate in a live broadcast on Facebook addressing questions from the public on the delivery of high speed broadband to every home and business in Ireland.
3D food printing, want to see it in action? Then get your tickets fast for Ireland’s very first #FoodTech Startup Weekend! Tickets are €45 with students and unwaged getting 50 per cent off!
Campaign Launched to Encourage Students Not To Go Home Alone Galway City’s Skeff Bar & Kitchen launch ‘Tag Team’
A Galway City bar has launched a campaign aimed at students encouraging them to set up a tag team when out socialising. ‘Tag Team’ was the brainchild of General Manager Brian O’Toole who says that increasing incidents of young people failing to return home after nights out prompted his staff to do something.
It’s a new year. The early days of January are a hopeful time to look at how you and your organisation can achieve great results in 2016.