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A campaign aimed at stopping out-of-control drinking, which is funded by the drinks industry, has been slammed as a public relations exercise.
Western Management Centre, Galway, is launching a new QQI accredited PR course. The programme is aimed at participants with an interest in PR, those who are working in the area but want to broaden their knowledge, or self-employed individuals who want to learn PR techniques to promote their own businesses in a cost effective way.
Four Galway lecturers — two from GMIT and two from NUI Galway — have been honoured for their work at the inaugural Teaching Hero Awards.
Despite vast changes in the business world, some courses are still the bedrock on which companies operate. A business qualification provides a stepping stone not only for job opportunities but also for career advancement.
Q: I love the theatre. From an early age, I was on stage, and, in my 20s, I still take part in plays with my local amateur drama group. Alas, I’m not destined for a career in the West End. I did business studies in college and I have recently seen a job advertised as a marketing person with a theatre production company. I think I’d love to do it, and I know I’d be good at it. I have loads of ideas already for promoting the company in all sorts of ways. But I am worried about the whole thing of mixing work and pleasure. In other words, whither your hobby if your hobby becomes your work? Any thoughts? (JC, email).
MBPR, the Galway-based boutique Public Relations agency, has announced that the company is now under the new ownership of Aoife Carney. A native of Tynagh in Co Galway, Aoife assumes the role of Managing Director, taking over from Maeve Berry who founded the business in 2009.
Rev Harcourt Klinefelter, a former aide to Martin Luther King during the civil rights struggle in the USA, will be speaking in Galway tomorrow.
The future of Galway City Council’s refuse collection service could be at risk - this was the concern expressed by many councillors who called for a public relations campaign to be launched after being informed that 125 customers per month, over the last four months, have been lost to competitors.
The contrast between the Tuam workhouse and the vibrant colours, blue skies, and the smell of exotic food of New Orleans in the 1840s could not have been more dramatic. To the eyes, ears and senses of two young Galway children it must have been jaw-dropping.
SCCUL Mentors, a structured mentoring programme established by SCCUL Enterprises celebrates its first year in operation. In 12 short months, over 180 local businesses have received free mentoring support from up to 80 established business figures and industry experts in Galway. Mentoring has been provided across a number of sectors including Finance, Sales, HR, PR & Marketing, Quality, and Business Planning. SCCUL Mentors earlier this year launched its 2013 Programme and businesses may apply online www.scculmentors.ie