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You Only Like Twice – The Social Media Wars In 2019 we saw one of those media stories which, although hugely important, largely slid under the radar for most people. Former CIA officer, Kevin Patrick Mallory, received a 20-year prison sentence for passing classified documents to a Chinese intelligence officer. Mallory was in debt and...

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The Burnout State of Mind The singer Neil Young once said ‘’its better to burn out than to fade away.’’ I’m sure he didn’t have the pandemic in mind. Over the past year, many have expressed the belief that people working from home are having a great time, barely working at all and spending most...

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Let’s Blame Coronavirus – Something for customer service managers to digest while working from home There’s nothing like a good crisis for helping create new opportunities for companies with quick reactions to take advantage of them. Coronavirus / Covid-19 is no different. I’m sure all of us are now very familiar with the phrase ‘’Due...

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Dishi Rishi and the UK Budget Dishi Rishi Aka. Rishi Sunak. This week the UK, now a third country, will have its budget announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak. Post-Brexit, and in the middle of a pandemic, it will be very interesting to see where the UK Government decides to go with its funding of Covid,...

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Reflections of Superbowl 2021 One of the most exciting events in the global sporting calendar was the recent Superbowl. A game like no other, the Superbowl is synonymous with razzamatazz, coupled with big name stars performing at the half time show along with big budget TV commercials making it one of America’s greatest events. As...

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  Remembering 2021 As we now settle into 2021 and looking ahead to the rest of the year, we see that it is a milestone year for commemorating some major historical events, the Reformation to the fall of the Aztecs to Napoleon. Here at home 2021 marks the 100th Anniversary of the opening of Stormont...

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Reflections on Ireland’s Campaign for Biden No other country in the world has a closer affinity with its diaspora in the US than Ireland, and no other country has such an obsession with claiming US Presidents as our own. Irish American Presidents have always embodied the hard work and success of Irish emigrants all over...

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Today, Wednesday 20th January, the world celebrates the 46th President of the United States, Joseph R. Biden Jr. We in Ireland celebrate this outstanding achievement and are thrilled and honoured to have played a part in the Irish For Biden campaign. As soon as we suggested it to the people of Carlingford, Co. Louth, the...

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