Sun, 25 November 2007
Internet Marketing Debate from the Empathy Internet Marketing Conference held in Dublin on October 2007. On the side proposing the motion that Irish Marketers are Ready for the Internet were Jonathan Forrest of Cybercom, Rob Price of Diffinity and Simon Ferguson of SalesOnline.ie
The press team was led my yours truly with Richard Delevan, journalist and blogger and Conor Brophy of Newstalk 106-108fm. Michael Dwyer chaired the proceedings. NOTE: Given the length of this podcast, I encoded it at a lower rate than ususal in order to save on download time - I hope this does not affect your listening experience.
Jonathan Forrest - Cybercom 3'25"
Alex Gibson - The Persuaders 10'10"
Simon Ferguson - Salesonline 16'15"
Conor Brophy - Newstalk 106-108fm23'30"
Rob Pryce - Diffinity Ireland 31'50"
Richard Delevan 38'00"
Audience Questions 51'00"
Douglas Mc Arthur Comments on best speaker and question 59'00"
Wed, 7 November 2007
This is a practical case-study in small business branding, where Gerard Tannam of Islandbridge talks with me and Margaret Ward of corporate writing and editing specialists Clear Ink. In the interview we discuss the process involved in branding the Clear Ink company and also the nature of the work that Clear Ink do with their corporate clients.
Mon, 5 November 2007
In this episode we examine the marketing function's responsibility to implement corporate social responsibility programmes, we explore the marketing strategy of the Toys4BigBoys event, and we speak to Stuart Mc Loughlin of Business2Arts about some great examples of case-studies in best practice of arts and business collaboration.