Influencing, in itself, ought to be viewed as an extension of the marketing industry. Where the ability to platform products, to make that connection between business and consumer, is often placed on the shoulders of a single individual. It is an industry that has grown up too fast, forcing government officials and even the very platforms on which the content is produced to play catch–up.
The Great Performer and Ireland’s corporation tax rise.
Some much needed…Cheers!
Boris will have to wait for a US trade deal.
Protocol on the back burner for now…
We are, where we are. That’s government, together we stand, divided we fall.
It’s one extension after another.
“These strange few months have led to something akin to a public awakening to the value of the arts, this, coupled with Westminster’s package, has created a real opportunity now in Northern Ireland for a resurgence of an arts sector that is more confident and able. Let’s not waste that.”