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Niche Networking – Cork’s “Mixer On The Mall”

June 20, 2019

Gin !!

The South Mall is abuzz this week with the chatter of…“Are you going to the Mixer on The Mall?

This new networking event is a refreshing way to kick-start the summer (or lack thereof!) in the style of a good old fashioned ‘pub crawl’ with the added benefit of connecting with friends and neighbours here on the Mall – it’s a real win win!

The inaugural event is being hosted by our friends at Electric and Republic of Work on Friday, June 21st which conveniently, is also the longest day of the year!

The ‘crawl’ commences at Republic of Work with a Graham Norton Irish Gin reception and hors d’oeuvres.

At Fuzion, we recently had a team building day at The Republic of Work’s new event space and I have to say the layout, design and hospitality of this relatively new addition to the South Mall has lended itself to become a real Cork gem.

The mixer then leads onto the Maldron Hotel, the ‘new kid on the block’, for welcome drinks and sharing boards. I have yet to visit so am looking forward to this one!

Following this, the evening then carries on to Electric Bar and Restaurant for cocktails and nibbles – My favourite!

It is great to see a blend of both the Cork business and social scene coming together like this to create a new avenue and incentive to connect.

So often we get caught up with the work on our desks, that we can tend to let networking take a back seat – not giving it the full focus it deserves.

Creating niche networking opportunities such as “The Mixer on the Mall” offers more of a variety, a relaxed vibe and is something that we as a community should do more of and encourage.

Events, as we know, take a lot of time, care and planning to get right – but once executed correctly can have a major impact on the success on the particular brands’ overall awareness, launch or initiative.

At Fuzion we love both arranging and attending events of all kinds!

..So, a big thanks to the guys organising this one, we can’t wait!

Suzanne Meade, Fuzion CommunicationsSuzanne

Suzanne Meade is an Account Manager with Fuzion Communications, a Marketing, PR and Graphic Design agency with offices in Dublin and Cork.

Fuzion Design and The Importance of a Great Soundtrack

June 14, 2019

Fuzion Communications, Graphic Design, Cork, Dublin, Ireland

A classic tune may be something most of us can agree on but as much as we have in common, we all have different tastes and different ways of selecting our music.

I spent years building up an extensive music library and had a well-honed recommendation algorithm through Apple, to feed me exactly the tunes I like. I had always had an aversion to radio – partly the advertising, partly an avoidance of what was “popular”.

So, when I heard I was going to be part of the Fuzion Graphic Design team I only had one worry. This wasn’t to do with any aspect of the role, as I was over the moon with that, it was because I knew the Fuzion design department work was accompanied by the dubious melody of a radio.

I couldn’t imagine how anyone could have that racket on and get any work done, because in my book good music leads to great focus as every designer knows, so the opposite must also be true!

I needn’t have worried!!

Very shortly into my first week, I discovered the advantages of a carefully curated up-to-date playlist.

BBC 6 Music is the channel of choice, the chatter is smart, the music is excellent and the ads non-existent.

Within weeks my own library, which was stagnating around 1998, was refreshed with The Knife, Pigs (x7), Oh Sees, Mattiel, The Comet is Coming and the slightly “pretendy” but brilliantly loud Dublin band, Fontaines DC (Coley knows all the words!!).

All of this new music led to some greatly refreshed recommendations too.

It pays to have an open mind and to remember that a recommendation algorithm is only as good as the information you feed it. Read Hannah Fry’s excellent Hello World for more on that.

Sure, we still go on archaeological digs through Greg’s spare circa-2004 iPod from time to time, but when we strike gold there, it takes hours off the day. A good soundtrack allows us to focus on moving from job to job, designing everything from visual identities to web sites, from large social media campaigns to exhibition materials.

With a good soundtrack we can improve our productivity, better our mood and measure our day on the off-beat, to really #WinHappy.

..I get extra brownie points for typing that!!

Mark

Mark Kenny is part of the Graphic Design Department in Fuzion Communications, who have offices in Dublin and Cork, Ireland

Should we be using the Irish language more frequently in Ireland’s Media/PR industry?

May 29, 2019

The topic of the Irish language amongst Irish people can be a very touchy subject.

Only 73,000 Irish people speak the Irish language on a daily basis – and the other 4.7 million of us don’t!

Why is this?

Is it because of how Irish is taught to us in school, or is it just our lack of exposure to the language?

Even though about 95% of the Irish population cannot speak Irish fluently or do not use it on a daily basis, we are quite protective over the language in general.

To many, the Irish language is part of our Nation’s individual identity. We tend to view the Irish language as part of our heritage and culture, and it also separates us from and makes us different from other countries who primarily speak English.

If we are so precious over our language, then why is it not used more regularly? In my opinion, I think that we are afraid of the language due to how it was taught to us in school.

In recent years, the Irish language is slowly but surely making a more frequent appearance in our daily lives, though our media.

RTE 2FM have been a great role model by showing us that the Irish language can be fun.

This time last year, presenter, Tracy Clifford was not fluent in Irish at all. She took some time out to learn the language and since then she has presented a full show “As Gaeilge”, and this was a huge hit amongst listeners.

2FM superstar, Eoghan McDermott is a major advocate for the Irish language.

Since 2016, he has produced a full Irish music album, called “CEOL”. This album has featured some massive stars such as Ed Sheeran, Picture This, Macklemore, Saoirse Ronan and many more.

Since 2016, Eoghan has given away over 500,000 copies of the album to schools and competition winners all over the country.

This is such a huge undertaking, and a major commitment to the Irish language by 2FM and Eoghan.

According to Eoghan, he believes that there is a “retrospective appreciation” for (the Irish language), like the big firework Irish project that (2FM) do is the Ceol album.

So we get bands to record a song in Irish. Over the last two years, we’ve given away over 500,000 copies of CEOL and I find so many people will request a copy, because they did Irish in school and never really appreciated it, but now they are a little bit older and have gone back to learn or have started to try and brush up on Irish”.

The Irish language isn’t a scary thing, so I don’t know why we are afraid to speak/ use our national language in the media or even in our day to day lives. Our language makes us unique, so why don’t we embrace it. The more exposure we have to the language, the more we will understand.

I think most people have a very basic understanding of the language and can generally piece together what is going on.

The language in which we view our media is just the medium, we should be embracing our language and appreciating our cultural originality through Irish.

However, I think with more exposure to the language through our media and different PR campaigns, that people will become less afraid and start to embrace our powerful and unique language.

Check out Is Sinne Óg by Picture This:

Abigail Shaw - Fuzion CommunicationsAbigail 

Abigail Shaw is a PR Executive with Fuzion Communications, a Marketing, PR and Graphic Design agency with offices in Dublin and Cork, Ireland

 

The Power of ‘Cancel-Culture’

May 22, 2019

Tati

‘Cancel-culture’ is a social media movement that ultimately ‘cancels’ a person, boycotting both the individual and their brand.

This term has been thrown around a lot in the online world and most recently can be seen in the online beauty community.

When someone is “cancelled” you can expect to see them being virtually excommunicated by their followers and subscribers, as well as by other social media influencers.

The recent feud between James Charles and Tati Westbrook, professional YouTubers, influencers and entrepreneurs, tore the internet in two and had an unimaginable impact on social media.

Tati Westbrook announced the recent betrayal of her so-called best friend, James Charles, being the final straw in their tumultuous relationship by publicly shaming him on both Twitter and YouTube.

Along with bashing James’ character, Tati made serious accusations against him, one of which was accusing him of being a predator. This fuelled a fire that engulfed social media platforms and attracted the attention of millions.

James Charles was deemed ‘cancelled’ by onlookers, losing millions of followers, until he finally addressed all of the allegations made against him. He responded with two videos to clear his name, he had ‘receipts’ and screenshots of conversations contradicting almost everything that had been thrown at him.

His video is currently trending at number one on YouTube and has over 36 million views. While James’ followers started to replenish, it was now Tati who was labelled ‘cancelled’ and whose follower count was and continues to dwindle.

Jeffree Star, another beauty YouTuber, influencer and entrepreneur, jumped on the bandwagon of attacking James Charles and has, along with Tati, been ‘cancelled’.

James Charles

However, Tati, Jeffree and James have since tweeted that they have settled the dispute behind closed doors and announced that they will not be commenting any further on the matter to the public again, mentioning hopes of their relationships one day recovering.

Some people question whether or not it was all a publicity stunt to boost their fame but it is to be left up in the air with viewers questions unanswered.

All that is clear is that within days the internet saw the bumpy rise and fall of these internet stars, the potential making and breaking of careers through the simple, yet fatal, term..

..’cancelled’.

Emer Healy, Fuzion CommunicationsEmer

Emer Healy is an Account Executive with Fuzion Communications, a Marketing, PR and Graphic Design agency with offices in Dublin and Cork, Ireland

Show your brands personality just like ASOS did!

May 13, 2019

Recently, online shopping giant ASOS received a lot of applause for backing one of their customers who had been disrespected online by a stranger.

The lady, who was wearing a dress from ASOS, was told by the male who she was messaging that the dress was awful and that she should shop somewhere decent!!

He then told her to grow up before politely signing off, “Thanks. Hope this helps.

 

Girl in ASOS dress on Twitter

 

Following this unpleasant remark, she decided to upload the conversation along with the picture of her wearing the so called “awful dress” to Twitter.

The Tweet, which has racked up over 100k likes and 9k RT’s, caught the attention of ASOS who decided to do something really great.

ASOS uploaded the photo of the lady wearing their dress to their website and in my opinion, she showcased the dress even better.

ASOS received a great deal of applause for uploading the photo to their website, showing their support for a more than likely loyal customer, who I can only imagine got a great boost from seeing her image featured on their website.

 

 

ASOS featuring customer pic

The situation, which was turned from a negative into a positive by ASOS, is a great example of a brand showcasing their personality and engaging with its customers.

In doing this, ASOS demonstrated their loyalty for their customers, while showing a caring but also fun side to the brand. With online trolling at an all-time high, along with the pressures of looking perfect on social media, ASOS really did a great job with this personal touch.

For all businesses, it’s good to show the personality behind your brand. Whether it’s supporting your customers like ASOS did, or showing the team behind the brand online, you increase trust with your customers leading to much better engagement.

Well done ASOS!

Saidhbh

Saidhbh Sweeney is a PR Account Manager with Fuzion Communications: PR, Marketing and Graphic Design, with offices in Dublin and Cork, Ireland

Is the future of social media to not be on social media?

April 17, 2019

Lush Cosmetics

Is the future of social media to not be on social media? 

That seems to be the viewpoint of Lush UK at the moment.

Out of nowhere, they announced recently that they would be shutting down their social media platforms and communicating with their customers through live chat on their website, email and over the phone.

Their reasoning behind it is due to all the algorithm changes from the various social media platforms making it harder for their content to be viewed by their audience.

As we all know, Facebook wants your advertising money and due to this organic posts (those with no advertising budget) don’t reach as many people as they would have previously by a huge margin.

So clearly Lush just reached the end of their digital marketing tether and gave up…. Or did they?

Lush UK may be closing down their social media operations but the main Lush accounts are not.

The @LushCosmetics Instagram account has 4.4 million followers, a huge difference from the now-defunct @Lush account with only 571 thousand followers.

Basically this is an experiment whereby they’re not risking losing their core audience but want to see if their direct communications with customers will benefit them in the long run.

We all know that the end goal of all communications is reaching your audience and achieving ‘that’ objective, which in their case is sales, and if the only way people can contact them is via their website, they’re already close to the bottom of the funnel and that bit closer to making a purchase.

By Lush encouraging their followers to communicate with them via their website, they’re effectively cutting out the middle-man.

One of the main reasons we encourage our clients to use social media is so that they can much better control their messaging and it also gives them a unique opportunity to demonstrate the personality of the brand or organisation and tell their story in a unique, authentic voice.

This is not just interacting with customers, but also “listening” to what they’re saying.

Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon is quoted as saying, “Your brand is what other people say about you when you’re not in the room”, and this is always something I will refer back to with clients.

Telling your story online, being able to converse “socially” and being able to respond to negative or positive comments will help to build the brand and hopefully build trust and a much better connection with your customers (as long as you get it right, of course!).

Social media is one of the many powerful communication tools offering you a special way of telling your story and by removing yourself from these platforms, will you hurt your brand in the long run?

Let’s see how is plays out for Lush?

Alma Brosnan Social Media Consultant, Fuzion CommunicationsAlma

Alma Brosnan is part of the Social Media Consultancy and Training team at Fuzion Communications who provide our services from offices in Dublin and Cork, Ireland

 

 

Daffodil Day and the Importance of Giving….

March 25, 2019

Daffodil Day

Daffodil Day is an important day on the calendar for the Irish Cancer Society as it is their biggest fundraiser of the year, which takes place every March 22nd.

Every year millions of euro is raised through the efforts of communities coming together to raise funds (and not forget, raising awareness) to provide those suffering with free advice and support and for life-saving cancer research.

Around the country workplaces, groups and individuals come together in fundraising efforts for this meaningful cause.

On that day, last week the sense of community was rife on the streets of Cork as stalls of Daffodil Day representatives lined each corner, greeting each new donation with a smile of sincere thanks and a beautiful bouquet of spring daffodils.

Daffodil Day resonates in particular for me and for many as it offers hope to those suffering with a potential a break-through that could be made.

In the Fuzion office we rallied together and collected our contributions, which were kindly matched by Dee and Greg – raising a nice sum of money, which we know will go directly to a fantastic cause.

The act of giving sparks joy and we should all be more conscious of giving; whether it’s to a worthy charitable cause, helping out a friend in need, giving thanks to a client or colleague, or being more giving with our time – it all makes a difference – and that is a feeling that you can not obtain from “getting”.

We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” ―Winston S. Churchill

Suzanne

Suzanne Meade is an Account Executive with Fuzion Communications, a Marketing, PR and Graphic Design agency with offices in Dublin and Cork.

International Women’s Day…Bigger and Better Than Ever

March 8, 2019

Theresa Malkiel

I am a huge fan of International Women’s Day.

I love that us females have our very own day on March 8th every year to celebrate women just as they are, their achievements and contributions, and I’m delighted to witness this special day getting bigger and better every year across the world.

For what seemed to me to be a relatively new day in the calendar, it turns out that International Women’s Day is anything but, having originally believed to have started in 1909 in New York as part of the trade union movement, by a woman called Theresa Malkiel, a Russian born, American labour activist, suffragist and educator.

However, International Women’s Day as we know it today essentially took off in 1975 when the United Nations began celebrating the day on March 8th as part of International Women’s Year.

Personally, I have only in the last few years come to recognise the importance of IWD as a day to champion women’s rights and female empowerment.

It is a wonderful thought that all over the globe there are events and celebrations taking place, and every country has their own special traditions to mark it. In several countries such as Russia, China and Italy IWD is now a national holiday, while in Japan International Women’s Day is gradually turning into a full month of celebrations.

In Ireland, we have our own things going on and plenty of them too.

In the week or so leading up to IWD events are taking place all over the country from inspirational panel talks with powerhouse female CEO’s and media personalities to the hosting of coffee mornings. It appears that this year many women across Ireland have taken it on themselves to organise their own IWD events in their offices or at home, while others might mark the day by meeting their friends for dinner and clinking their glasses in celebration.

I marked IWD this year by attending an event held by ‘Women on Air’, a wonderful organisation with the aim of getting more females on radio, television and panels as experts in their own field.

As I listened to former Political Correspondent for RTE, Martina Fitzgerald discuss her own career and thinking back on a talk I attended in Twitter headquarters last week with Dr. Ciara Kelly, the key theme I am taking away with me from IWD this year is resilience.

Listening to these two women talk openly about continuously falling over, then managing to pull themselves together and get back up even when they really didn’t feel like it was inspirational and is something many of us women can relate to.

The overall theme for this year’s International Women’s Day is #BalanceForBetter but I’m sticking with my own theme of resilience, and if I fall down that’s okay because I’ll try my best to pull myself back up!

Michelle

Michelle Lynch is a PR Account Manager in the Dublin office of Fuzion Communications, a full service agency offering Marketing, PR and Graphic Design services from our offices in Dublin and Cork, Ireland

 

 

 

A salute to some very special women on International Women’s Day

March 8, 2019

International Women's DayOver the course of the last year, our curly haired one, Greg Canty has been really busy with the Fuzion Win Happy podcast and it has featured some incredible, powerful women from all walks of life.

The episodes with these inspirational women are very revealing and you can clearly see a pattern whereby early life experiences has clearly shaped them and driven them on in special ways.

If you get a chance you might take the time and listen and learn directly from this special group.

Fuzion Win Happy Podcast - Social Media Series

All of these podcasts can be accessed from the usual Apps and Spotify but they can also be listened to directly by clicking on the links provided below:

Gillian Keating

First up was Gillian Keating, who as well as being a successful commercial law solicitor (now with RDJ), was President of Cork Chamber and has been busy “Cracking the Diversity Code” with her work as part of the huge iWish movement, which is making huge strides in opening up STEM for young women.

Listen to Gillian

 

Deirdre Waldron

No series would be complete without our very own Deirdre who started off life working hard as part of the family business. She started Fuzion as a small business in Tralee and now it is an award winning agency with offices in Dublin and Cork and doing great work with large and small clients. She became the President of Network for Women in Business and launched their Fuelling Ambition roadshows, encouraging women to reach higher and higher.

We love her “Chicken Maryland” story about her dad!

Listen to Deirdre

 

Lilla Vargen

Sometimes circumstances can drive you on and this beautiful, superstar singer songwriter from Northern Ireland has the most fascinating tales from her youth and she will admit that her obvious talents had to be coaxed out of her by those around her who knew the talent that was lurking inside. Was this an “Accidental journey” or was it her destiny?

Listen to Lilla

 

Eleanor O’Kelly Lynch

How do you end up being the brightest, cheeriest and most positive person in the room when you have the colossal task of minding a very sick, totally dependant child 24/7. We learnt a lot from this episode “Staying bright in a dark world” with Eleanor O’Kelly Lynch from Golden Apple Training.

Listen to Eleanor

 

Mary McCarthy

The very passionate art lover, Mary McCarthy is a Cork treasure. She has had a fascinating career that thankfully saw her joining the Crawford Art Gallery last year as Director. Already we are seeing sweeping changes as the doors of this fantastic facility have been thrown wide open to fire up art passions in everyone. “Art and Culture and the huge role it plays in our society”

Listen to Mary

 

Catherine Moroney

Catherine, Head of Business Banking with AIB has a fascinating story including being told at one point that she had just six weeks to live! Her dad dragged her with him on his visits to building sites when she was young……maybe it triggered an interest in business? “Connecting heart and head – a self declared conehead”

Listen to Catherine

 

Margot Slattery

Margot who has the huge job of being Country Manager of Sodexo shared her idyllic stories of life on a farm in Bruff in Limerick and her inspirational grandmother who was widowed at a very early age and ran a farm by herself. Margot reminds us that we should all “remember where we came from” and she proudly waves a flag for the LGBT community in Ireland.

Listen to Margot

 

Deirdre Garvey

Deirdre Garvey, CEO of The Wheel does some inspirational work assisting non-profits each day as she leads this powerful organisation. This engineer suddenly found herself working in a charity in Ireland, which led her on a journey to leading The Wheel “18 Years behind The Wheel”.

Listen to Deirdre

 

Denise Fitzgerald

How can a career in banking suddenly change to working for a children’s charity – maybe experiencing the difference such a charity can make on a hospital visit! “Making a huge difference with the CEO of Temple Street Foundation”

Listen to Denise

 

Kay O’Connell

Unfortunately, Kay O’Connell the founder of the famous Cork fishmongers is not here to tell us her story, but her son, the famous Pat O’Connell talks lovingly about his best friend and his powerhouse mother “My Mother, the Mother-in-Law and the Queen”

Listen to Pat

 

Deirdre Mortell

Why make a difference in one organisation when you can make a difference in many? Deirdre Mortell, CEO of The Social Innovation Fund does huge work every day matching corporate donors with deserving causes and helps them to make the most of these funds and supports. Deirdre has a great outlook about being really busy “Headaches should be headaches for a great reason!”

Listen to Deirdre

 

Caroline O’Driscoll

Caroline is the Chairperson of IT@Cork, working hard to promote Cork as a region for IT and she is also one of the co-founders of iWish, the huge movement, which is making huge strides in opening up STEM for young women.

Listen to Caroline

 

Annemarie Collins

When Greg met Annemarie, to say he was blown away is a huge understatement. This powerhouse of a young woman came from the Traveller community in Navan and she was determined to have a life just like her school friends including college and beyond. She earned a scholarship in Trinity and she now works with the East Cork Traveller Project. “Plotting her own course with the help of the EIL Explore Programme”

Listen to Annmarie

 

Mary McKenna

When people stopped travelling to the United States after 9/11 Mary, CEO of Tour America diversified. When the wheels fell off the economy in Ireland putting half the travel agents out of business, Mary stayed brave and positive, invested in marketing and grew her business. When she nearly died after being rolled over by a jeep she stayed calm and made a miraculous recovery. “The Ultimate Survivor”.

Listen to Mary

 

Sister Bride Given

The fascinating story of Sister Bride who reigns from Listowel, who navigated a career at a time of huge change for everyone working in religious orders. “The changing life of a nun and the story of Nano Nagle”

Listen to Sister Bride

 

Ann Canty

Greg couldn’t resist but capture the story of his mum who was obsessed about America and moved to New York for six year in 1957, at an exciting time of change “A New York Adventure – A young Irish couple get married and emigrate”

Listen to Ann

 

Siobhan O’Donoghue

She left school after being bullied in West Clare, she stood up for chickens in the family farm and she stood up for patients while working as a nurse. She worked tirelessly for travellers in Limerick and for migrants rights in Dublin and then founded Uplift to help other people to fight for their worthy causes.

Listen to Siobhan

We hope you get a chance to listen to some of these episodes featuring many inspirational women and we would like to take this opportunity to salute all of the other inspirational women out there!

Harpy International Women’s Day!!

Fuzion Communications are a full service agency providing Marketing, PR and Graphic Design services from our offices in Dublin and Cork, Ireland

Career Guidance Counsellors should try #WINHAPPY

February 25, 2019

Left or right

It was reported last week on Valentine’s Day by the Higher Education Authority that a number of Irish third-level courses have up to 80% drop-out rates.

The fact that there is a worrying percentage of students failing to complete their course naturally raises questions of student decision-making, and the level of advice and guidance they may be accessing in making informed decisions on their futures. The issue of the quality of career guidance in schools is suggested as a potential significant factor in this process.

This brought me back to when I was choosing my subjects for my Leaving Cert.

I met with my guidance counsellor in school and told her proudly I was going to be a journalist. I was expecting a response of “what a creative and exciting career, young Miss Jordan- go for it. Do what makes you happy.

Instead I was met a condescending answer of needing to follow a more “structured” and “safe” career path. “Study science and business studies for your leaving Cert, Miss Jordan,” she told me, “make sure you can get a job after college, work isn’t’ supposed to be exciting Miss Jordan. It is a job.”

My 15 year old self left that office deflated and picked subjects that were “safe, reliable and structured” for my Leaving Certificate. I then followed the same path by choosing to study Economics and Politics for my degree.

I am very much a case study of someone who is right-brained. If my creative muscles are not stretched or challenged it actually affects my mental health.

You can imagine how much I loved studying Economics!!

I thought college was supposed to be the time when young minds are challenged to question how the world works, and figure out how to make it better. Economics does that for many, it did not do it for me. While I did not drop out of college, it was certainly a struggle at times.

When I finished my degree I decided to pursue my 15-year-old self’s dream.

I would be a reporter. And I was. I worked for local newspapers in the west before moving to the “Big Smoke” to work for national titles.

I then discovered just how creative PR and communications can be, and worked for a number of International Aid organisations.

The experience gave me the opportunity to report on the biggest international crises of the past five years.

I reported on Ebola, as it happened, from West Africa. I travelled to the Syrian border, Jordan and Turkey to report on the Syria and refugee crises.  

I met with girls who had been abducted by Boko Haram in Nigeria, and I travelled to famine-stricken and war-torn South Sudan to tell the stories of displaced families.

Ciara Jordan

I think my fifteen year old self would be proud. I’m not so sure about the career guidance counsellor. There was very little about my career that was “safe and structured”.

When I met Greg and Deirdre, the principals of Fuzion Communications, where I recently joined as Account Director, they told me about their #WinHappy philosophy.

Here is that philosophy in a nutshell: work should not be something you dread, it should be something you are proud of. When you go home on Friday, you should feel like you have done something that was challenging and made you happy. Work might be hard, and it won’t always be plain sailing but you have still done worthwhile work.

It was like Fuzion was talking to my 15 year old self!

Perhaps the #WinHappy philosophy should be shared with Guidance Counsellors nationwide?

Perhaps then we would see a decrease in drop-out figures, along with an unprecedented rise in job satisfaction.

Ciara Jordan - Fuzion CommunicationsCiara

Ciara Jordan is an Account Director with Fuzion Communications, a full service agency who provide Marketing, PR and Graphic Design Services from offices in Dublin and Cork, Ireland.

Note re image above: Ciara, reporting from an observation and Interim Care Centre (OICC) in Sierra Leon, where children who have been affected by Ebola, or who have come into contact with somebody with Ebola were observed and cared for.

 


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