Dialogue’s Mid-Week Mash-Up

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Another beautiful Autumn day outside with the sun shining here in Dublin. Pop on the kettle and have a look at a few of the top stories from the past week. Here is your mid-week mash-up!


This Latest Guinness Ad Is Irish Historic Perfection

Often following in the footsteps of both parents and grandparents, this latest ad from Guinness focuses on the historic roots of the brand, proudly boasting the best is yet to come. Take a look…




#NotInMyName Campaign Hopes To Give The World A True Look At Islam

With more than 14,000 tweets in less than 7 days, the campaign #NotInMyName continues to trend worldwide. Created by London-based organization ‘Active Change Foundation’, the campaign was created to remind the world that ISIS is not a true reflection of Islam–in fact, it couldn’t be further from the religious foundations of Islam. Have a look…




The Sounds Of Oreo Are Delicious

Anyone else craving an Oreo and glass of milk after watching this ad completely made up of Oreo sounds? Have a watch…




KLM’s Lost And Found Dog To The Rescue

We couldn’t help but love this idea–a cute dog tracks down the owners of items left on a KLM flight. Need we say more?




Heineken Powers Live CNBC Program Highlighting Hidden Gems Within European Cities

As part of a recent partnership, Heineken is powering a live CNBC International television program called City Limits: Live, showcasing a number of the best kept cultural secrets across 3 of Europe’s most iconic and loved cities. Heinekin encourages viewers to participate in the campaign and push to make it viral by using the hashtag #openyourcity to generate buzz across social media platforms. In addition to the hashtag, the new @wherenext platoform (powered by crowd-sourced, real-time information across social media platforms) allows access to some of the hottest, hidden treasures in each town. Here is a look at what London has to offer…




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