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Tweetaton campaign launched by Rochfortbridge residents

A very unique fundraising campaign is due to take place for Irish Autism Action and St Joseph’s Secondary School, Rochfortbridge.

Sponsors sought for public bike scheme for Galway

A public bike scheme for Galway, which would see 250 shared bicycles made available for use in the city, is seeking sponsorship from businesses and commercial entities.

Call for city bike scheme to be pursued for Kilkenny

A bicycle scheme similar to that which is in place in Dublin city would be ideally suited to Kilkenny according to Labour Party councillor Sean O’ hArgain.

Council to introduce ‘Rent a bike scheme’ by next summer

Freddie Mercury once sang “I want to ride my bicycle, I want to ride my bike” and the Galway City Council plans to have Galwegians cycling through the city by next summer.

Business achievers awards launched by Ulster Bank

Top-performing businesses could win €50,000 worth of national newspaper advertising and a course at Harvard University in a competition just launched by Ulster Bank.

The need for advertising in a recession

In times of a downturn one of the easiest areas to cut is advertising. It is easy because managers can simply decide to make the cut and, unless they are tied into a contract, then do it. It’s not like trying to get a reduction in rent, which means negotiating with the landlord, or reducing overheads like phone or electricity bills which entails putting controls and systems in place. Advertising can be cut, just like that.

Long-standing Galway linen company changes name

The long-standing Galway linen supply company known variously over the years as the Connaught Laundry; Connacht and Court; the Linen Supply of Ireland, and most recenty CWS-National Linen has changed its name.

The need for advertising in a recession

In times of a downturn one of the easiest areas to cut is advertising. It is easy because managers can simply decide to make the cut and, unless they are tied into a contract, then do it. It’s not like trying to get a reduction in rent, which means negotiating with the landlord, or reducing overheads like phone or electricity bills which entails putting controls and systems in place. Advertising can be cut, just like that.

The need for advertising in a recession

In times of a downturn one of the easiest areas to cut is advertising. It is easy because managers can simply decide to make the cut and, unless they are tied into a contract, then do it. It’s not like trying to get a reduction in rent, which means negotiating with the landlord, or reducing overheads like phone or electricity bills which entails putting controls and systems in place. Advertising can be cut, just like that.

 

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