Roisin Ingle is a columnist, editor and podcaster with The Irish Times. She is the author of two collections of her columns, Pieces of Me(Hachette) and Public Displays of Emotion( Irish Times Books) and is the co-author of The Daughterhood(Simon and Schuster) with Natasha Fennell which has been published in several languages. She produces ‘The Women’s Podcast’ and presents her own podcast ‘Roisin Meets …’ on irishtimes.com.
Roisin is a regular speaker at conferences and corporate events where she speaks about her work as a journalist and a wide range of lifestyle issues. She regularly conducts public interviews with writers, directors and actors at movie screenings, most recently with Oscar nominated author Emma O’Donoghue and Oscar nominated actor Saoirse Ronan at special screenings of ‘Room’ and ‘Brooklyn’.
At DMX Dublin, Roisin will be joining the Media Panel on...
Navigating the new societal context, with opportunity comes responsibility for Marketing.
A lot of old societal certainties seem to be coming unstuck and significant new trends emerging, among them political fragmentation and the emergence of a strong left, economic prosperity undermined by poor services, an increasingly ambiguous attitude to immigration and the persistent dearth of gender diversity in all facets of life. We are faced with a series of weighty challenges.
Join Edelman to understand key findings from the 2020 Edelman Trust Barometer, which reveals at a time of high employment and economic growth, concerns around capitalism, equality and other important social issues are rising to the surface. Perspective will be added by a panel who’s discussion will be guided by Fiona Hodgins, Director at Edelman and includes Roisin Ingle from the Irish Times and Feargal Purcell, former Fine Gael press secretary and Head of Public Affairs at Edelman. The question they will seek to add insight to is given that the luxury of standing aside on the issues of the day is no longer available to business, where stands marketing, with its potent reach and power in managing these competing realities and what does it mean for businesses bottom line?