I am a Director with ReputationInc, an independent international reputation management consultancy specialising in reputation insights, strategy, capability and reputation management – working directly with senior leaders to help them measure, manage and protect their organisation’s reputation. ReputationInc works with leading domestic and global organisations across a range of sectors including technology, retail, financial and professional services, pharma, food and consumer goods, private equity, energy, aviation, property, construction and materials.
I represented Ireland at the Young PR Lions competition at the Cannes Lions in 2014 and was awarded the inaugural Young Communications Professional of the Year by the PRII, CIPR and PRCA at the annual Awards for Excellence in PR in 2015. In 2016 I was named in PR Week’s 30 Under 30, the only Irish based practitioner to feature on the list.
I hold a master’s degree in Public Relations from DIT and I am also an honours graduate of University College Cork’s Commerce degree with a major in marketing and minor in management.
Feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn here or follow @rosney on Twitter
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Hey Kagem, my Twitter is @martynrosney
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Well done for for your work on Childline, its a great charity,with wonderful volunteers, tears came when I saw the film of the young girl in Temple barl,what you did for them will make a difference ,
Good afternoon Mr. Rosney,
I am Lorena Barreto and I follow your blog about PR. Is really useful!
I need your advice. I was PR in Spain but not yet in Ireland and it’s really difficult because I´m applying for different positions but I never get the chance to have an interview.
I´m trying really hard but I don´t know what to do. I´m thinking off starting to study (again), a postgraduate diploma in Event Management in Fitzwilliam Institute. What do you think? Do you know it´s a good Institute?
I feel that I haven´t too much time to get a job in PR/Events or something similar.
Thank you for your time.
Hi Lorena, this is a great course to do and would help you to get a foot on the ladder of PR in Ireland. I also think that the course in the European Institute could be worth exploring. Check out http://www.europeaninstitute.ie/, it could be of benefit. Best of luck!
Hi Martin – quick question. Is there a resource for copywriters? Or is it – as I have found it to be, more often than not – a word-of-mouth ‘thing’? The reason I ask is I’m looking for work in that area. Thanks – Tony
Hi Tony, not that I know of. The closest I’ve seen to it is this Facebook group.
Your blog is so helpful, as I’m moving back from London once I have completed my Masters in PR and looking for work in Dublin. I was so nervous about where to even start looking and you’ve given me such a hope and motivation. Thanks so much 😊