Posts Tagged "Trish Hegarty"

3 easy ways to prepare for a radio interview

3 easy ways to prepare for a radio interview

Even if you know your stuff inside out, it can be daunting to talk about it in a radio interview with a mic stuck under your nose.  Radio airtime is worth a fortune and is a prime PR opportunity to talk to large audiences for you and your organisation or business. So you can’t really…

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Women in business need to be part of the digital revolution

Women in business need to be part of the digital revolution

Women entrepreneurs can transform their business through the use of creative and digital technology. That’s the message going out from Women in Enterprise, who will be holding a special workshop next Tuesday afternoon (24th February) on the role and challenges of the digital economy for women in business. WiE chairperson Patricia Greene says women already…

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3 easy ways Hootsuite can save you time on social media posting

Hootsuite is a free-source social media scheduling tool and more. Yes, you can choose a paid upgrade but the free level is just fine for most small businesses.  Set up your account from www.hootsuite.com and then use these simple steps to save you time and boost your efficiency on social media:   Scheduling posts to…

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Derry Coderdojo at Intelligent Systems Summit, Derry

Derry Coderdojo at Intelligent Systems Summit, Derry

Four schools from Co Derry, Donegal and Tyrone attended the special Derry Coderdojo sessions at the Intelligent Systems Science Exhibition, The Venue, in Derry on 11th and 12th June.  The schools were St Mary’s Park, Drumahoe Primary, Oakgrove College and St Mary’s Magherafelt and we were all delighted with their progress, said Inis Communications director…

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Launch date announced for Inis Publications first book

Launch date announced for Inis Publications first book

Inis Publications first project is a series of Irish legends for children re-told by Trish Hegarty, and beautifully illustrated in a Celtic style by Inishowen artist, John Quigley. The book are aimed as early readers for 6-9 year olds, and to be read aloud to younger children, and they are written in a simple story-telling…

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