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As towns and cities around Ireland continue to endure a significant drop in sales since the economic downturn hit, retailers are racking their brains for new ideas to revitalise their businesses. It is a situation that is exacerbated by the development of retail parks on the outskirts of many towns, which have drawn shoppers away from town centres, leaving many businesses decimated.
Mayo Facebookers are party animals according to a survey commissioned by 3, Ireland’s market leader in mobile broadband. The 3 Mobile Broadband Survey shows that 26 per cent of Mayo natives surveyed say ‘Party Animal’ is the type of Facebooker that best describes them while 25 per cent admitted to being the ‘Bad Speller’. The survey also detailed that Facebook is the most popular social media tool with 76 per cent of those surveyed voting in its favour, with Bebo (40 per cent) and Twitter (16 per cent) second and third respectively.
Waterford Institute of Technology is gearing up to host a world-class business and education conference from July 28 to August 1 with the event featuring representatives and guest lecturers from as far a-field as Malaysia and the US.
With February being the month for love, it’s time to 'fall in love' with your business. Fall back in love and make amends. Say you're sorry when you've expected too much; acknowledge when you've been a little insensitive and promise to get realistic about expectations.
Approximately 200 tourism businesses from across Ireland will meet in Athlone on October 14 and 15 to share business intelligence and hear about good practice and new trends to help them remain competitive, prepare for new opportunities, and increase performance.
Social media expert Johnny Beirne will be the guest speaker at the next meeting of the Mayo Open Coffee Club (MOCC), a business network run by businesspeople for businesspeople.