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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Brands

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Cork's hedgerows helped this bartender represent the country at a global competition
Meet Andy Ferreira, cocktail maker extraordinaire. He’s taking part in a global competition next week.
These are the Irish brands most likely to be in your shopping trolley
According to a global Kantar Worldpanel survey.
Here are all the companies that have cut ties with the Trump family
The US President’s critics have been urging customers to stop shopping at retailers that sell Trump family brands.
Car sales are up almost 20% and these are the most popular makes of 2016
The strongest sales were in Roscommon (30%), while the lowest were in Leitrim (11%).
Ireland's most popular brand has been revealed...
We like fizzy drinks, chocolate and bread.
Toilet rolls are shrinking but prices are staying the same
A survey has found toilet rolls, chocolate biscuits and toothpaste have all shrunk in recent months.
11 times brands just didn’t understand what Netflix and chill meant
Lads, it means sex.
A ton of brands made the exact same mistake with their scheduled New Year's tweets
Not so hasty, you guys.
Can You Identify These Irish Logos?
Look closely now…
Customers warned over fire-risk tumble dryers
The affected brands are all marketed in Ireland.
These are the top ten brands in the world right now
No prizes for guess number one.
O2 just made the most unfortunate Twitter typo we have ever seen
“Tits importance.”
These are Ireland's least favourite companies
The number one probably won’t surprise you.
13 brands that have shamelessly tweeted about Father Ted today
Brands, brands, brands.
11 mortifying times brands tweeted about St. Patrick's Day
Shhh, don’t say anything.
Coca-Cola is redesigning its packaging so all of its flavours look the same
It serves to highlight how confusing Coke thinks its brand extensions have become.
This Irish company is trying to solve one of the biggest problems in job hunting
And it’s bringing its plans overseas.
Survey says Ryanair is the UK's fourth most hated brand, but the airline isn't bothered
11 times brands desperately tried to get down with the kids, and failed
Pizza is NOT bae.
Brilliant Twitter account mercilessly skewers brands who try to sound 'down with the kids'
Brands Saying Bae is your new favourite Twitter account.
A LOT of brands really messed up their 9/11 tributes yesterday
Sometimes it’s probably wiser to say nothing at all.
Google knocks Apple off the top spot to become the world's most valuable brand
The company is worth €116 billion, having increased in value by 40 per cent over the year.
Why is this Amazon customer/reviewer so powerful?
Michael Erb approaches reviews like a job – now companies send him products for free in the hope that he’ll notice them.
The 10 simplest brands in the world...
…And why that simplicity is one factor in their success.
Turns out Fairy Liquid DOES last twice as long as its rivals
A complaint from its rival Persil ended with the UK’s Advertising Standards Authority led to the ruling.
Here’s what happened today: Monday
Everyone’s talking about John Kerry’s strong speech on Syria and a shooting that went wrong in Dublin.
Famous logos reimagined as Angry Birds
Angry Birds have gone commercial.
Is this the most capitalist board game ever?
Monopoly is no longer about buying properties – its latest version is all about the global brands.
9 corporate Twitter accounts that aren't afraid of the craic
Two of them have even engaged in a rap battle. On Twitter. A Twattle, if you will.
11 companies who are really good at social media
From Taco Bell to Irish Rail.
9 people who love tech brands so much they got tattoos of them
Cisco Systems on your bicep? Really?
Video: What do you think of the new Guinness ad?
This one cost €6.5m to make. Worth it?
12 companies which originally sold entirely different products
What did Tiffany & Co, Avon and Nokia sell before they became household brands? Not jewellery, cosmetics nor phones…
Irish smokers start at lower age than any other EU country
A new report from the European Commission showed that 51 per cent of people in Europe have never smoked and one fifth have given up.
Are these the most irritating Irish ads ever?
Bertie in the cupboard, awkward RTÉ Guide man, an overexcited chicken fancier: here are our nominees for some badvertising for distinctly Irish products.
Column: Tantrums, taunts & bills - the struggle of sending kids back to school
Lesley Anderson, a single mother of two children, tells her story about the difficulties she faces meeting the ‘back to school’ costs.
Column: Children are conditioned from birth to develop 'brand loyalty'
Family clinical psychotherapist Joanna Fortune says toys don’t just let children ‘play’ anymore – they are constantly selling to them…
"Put a bit of butter on the spuds André": Our favourite Irish ad catchphrases
Will we ever find out who was taking the horse to France? Or how exactly Sally O’Brien might look at you? Revisit some favourite Irish ad catchphrases…
National Library awarded for social media savvy
Fáilte Ireland gets overall prize in eGovernment awards for their Discover Ireland online campaign.