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*Update at 4.30pm, Thursday October 3
A study carried out by the J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics at NUI Galway has examined the problem of social media overload, which is the feeling of being overwhelmed and exhausted by the amount of communication and information demands a person is exposed to through social media channels, that may require energy and cognitive processing beyond their capabilities.
Mayo’s Michelle Manning was crowned g Best Hat and Cork’s Dermot Miller named most g Dapper Gent at The g Hotel Ladies' Day after party.
RE/MAX Galway received a total of four awards at the RE/MAX Ireland annual awards, held recently in The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin.
Claremorris is set to be transformed into a carnival of folk music, street performers and artisan food stalls this July. The line-up for the two-day Claremorris Folk Festival (July 20-21) was unveiled on Friday (April 5) at a launch party in the town.
A new specialist social media agency, Food Social, working exclusively with the food and hospitality industry has just been launched in Galway.
Paul and Mary Grealish of The King's Head Bistro, together with Ronan Scully of Gorta Self Help Africa, are hosting a special International Women’s Day lunch tomorrow (Friday) in aid of Gorta Self Help Africa.
Coffee lovers around the world are now enjoying their favourite drink from morning cup through to evening cocktail, as the global love for coffee booms, on the 19th of March you may be invited to a very unique event which takes place at Caprice. An evening filled with treats, tricks and Tia Maria. Feel like a V.I.P with Espresso Martini on arrival, Cocktail masterclass sessions, Goodybags and a trip to LONDON up for grabs! An event you do not want to miss!
This year the Marine Institute and Galway Advertiser are celebrating our ocean with the launch of a new awareness campaign, Exploring Our Marine. The campaign aims to inspire a new generation of ocean champions and inform society on the value of Ireland’s marine resource, the importance of our ocean and the work of the Marine Institute.
Ireland’s digital economy is flourishing and with more and more brands and consumers moving online, demand for suitably qualified, competent digital marketing graduates is skyrocketing. Approximately 900,000 digital jobs across Europe are currently unfilled, meaning that digital marketing is one of the few sectors where demand for graduates still exceeds supply.