Progress Communications is an independent Irish public relations company founded in 1996 by Antonina Ni Dhuinn FPRII MMII DipCam (PR).
Antonina has a proven track record of providing professional public relations and marketing support services which spans over 25 years. Antonina received the honour of Fellowship of the Public Relations Institute of Ireland (PRII) in December 2004.
Progress Communications offers a full spectrum of communications services ranging from media relations to copywriting and event management and including strategic communications consultancy.
Progress Communications offers national capabilities and expertise based on track record, skills and performance.
All projects are managed in a commercial environment which demands excellent budgetary control, highly efficient organising skills and a high level of standards and ethics.
The consultancy can be employed either for individual projects or a more long-term strategic basis, depending on the requirements of each client.
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PROTECTING CONSUMER HEALTH & FOOD SAFETY CONFERENCE EXPLORES ALL IRELAND & GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES “Outbreaks such as Avian Influenza, SARS and BSE remind us that human and animal health are intimately connected through the ecosystems in which we live and the … Continue reading
Business journalist Richard Curran (left) Sunday Business Post and well known for his role as presenter of programmes such as The Dragon’s Den, was guest speaker at a conference organised by Bayer CropScience in Killenard, Co. Laois (February 2012). Richard … Continue reading
Basketball Ireland in conjunction with The National Dairy Council (NDC) held a Nutrition & Coaching Seminar for coaches at the National Basketball Arena, Tallaght (18th February 2012), as part of the Milk it For All It’s Worth Campaign. Dr. Tom … Continue reading
Pictured at the Social Media Workshop organised by IFP Media & AIB in Dublin were (L-R): speakers Krishna De and Antonina Ni Dhuinn (Progress Communications) with John Irwin, Head of Business Propositions, AIB; Rebecca Markey, IFP Media; and Gina Quin, … Continue reading
Antonina Ni Dhuinn, Progress Communications (centre) was guest speaker at a Social Media Workshop organised by IFP Media & AIB in Dublin (10/2/2012). She is pictured with broadcaster Damien O’Reilly and speaker Krishna De.
Milk It For All It’s Worth – IRFU & NDC Nutrition Seminar in Limerick for Coaches An interactive workshop to provide coaches of young rugby players with up-to-date sports nutritional information took place in Thomond Park Stadium in Limerick on … Continue reading
The overall winners of the 2011 National Dairy Council Quality Milk Awards are Michael & Thomas Enright from Ballynorth, Askeaton, Co Limerick. The Enrights, suppliers of milk to Kerry Agribusiness, received the NDC perpetual cup and prize at the national … Continue reading
Antonina Ni Dhuinn is pictured at the National Ploughing Championships at the end of a day working for the NDC with hurlers Pádraic Maher (Tipperary & All-Ireland Finalist) & Michael Fennelly (Kilkenny’s All-Ireland winning team) September 2011
Leading Irish sports heroes were at the National Dairy Council stand each day of the 2011 National Ploughing Championships in Athy, Co Kildare. They shared their top tips for training and talked about the role diet can play to help … Continue reading
Simon Coveney, TD, Minister for Agriculture, Food & The Marine, delivered the Opening Address at The National Dairy Council Conference in June 2011, which also featured a guest appearance by rugby giant Paul O’Connell. Minister Coveney is pictured at the … Continue reading