Martina published on Spin Sucks

November 29, 2018By Martina QuinnFeatured, News

The office is buzzing this morning following Martina’s blog being published on the leading PR blog, Spin Sucks. Team Alice are huge fans of the internationally renowned US blog, having been introduced to it by Martina some years ago. She constantly tells colleagues, PR students / interns / graduates (and anyone who will listen!) to read … Read More

Wear Red Day – Let’s Show Racism The Red Card!

November 21, 2018By Martina QuinnNews

We’re wearing red at Alice PR this Friday in support of one of our oldest charity clients, ‘Show Racism the Red Card’ Show Racism the Red Card is an anti-racism education charity. It delivers workshops in schools and youth services throughout Ireland, and provides anti-racism training in partnership with the FAI.   Alice is working with Show Racism the … Read More

Marking the #WorkEqual Day of Action on the Gender Pay Gap

November 13, 2018By Martina QuinnNews

Today is the #WorkEqual Day of Action to highlight the gender pay gap. #WorkEqual is a campaign we developed with our long-standing client, Dress for Success Dublin, and it has run every November for the past three years. What is the gender pay gap? The gender pay gap is the disparity in the average hourly … Read More

Win tickets to Vitality Expo this weekend!

September 6, 2018By Martina QuinnNews

Ireland’s largest natural health and wellbeing event, Vitality Expo, is taking place this weekend at Dublin’s RDS, and we have two pairs of tickets to give away! We’ve been working on the PR campaign for Vitality Expo over the past couple of months, so we’re completely immersed in the event and the great speaker line-up. … Read More

Here’s what we learned from the abortion referendum campaign

July 26, 2018By Martina QuinnNews

This date two months ago, I was sitting outside the Ivy – a pub across from Dublin Castle – having a beer with Emily and other friends to celebrate the resounding victory for the ‘yes’ side in the abortion referendum vote. The political journalist Miriam Lord (in my opinion, one of Ireland’s finest newspaper columnists) … Read More