Founder and Managing Director of PR360, Dan’s career spans business, politics and professional representation. He has overseen the agency’s rapid growth, developing a premier client portfolio and a talented team of professionals.
Dan is a trusted adviser to Chief Executives, Directors and Board members in a range of markets, specialising in strategic counsel, media relations, brand communications and reputation management. He partners with clients in the aviation, energy, FMCG, health, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, transport and professional services sectors to ensure their commercial and strategic interests are secured.
A former Government adviser, Dan has extensive experience of the political and policy landscape, with active relationships at regulatory, governmental, ministerial and media levels, both in Ireland and Brussels.
As Director of Communications for the Irish Tax Institute, he developed a deep understanding of economic, financial and tax policy formulation.
A graduate of Trinity College Dublin and Dublin Institute of Technology, Dan is a member of the British-Irish Chamber of Commerce, the Institute of Directors and Public Relations Institute.
Written by Dan
There’s a lesson in the scandal surrounding the Project 2040 communications strategy.
FORA - 3 MARCH 2018
Being a leader is stressful. Many responsibilities rest on your shoulders.
For many, the lure of the TV camera can be hard to resist
How the Government communicates with its citizens and positions Ireland in the world is crucial.
Today marks the election of Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and, in many ways, the beginning of a new epoch in Irish politics.
This has always been especially important in business and politics, but in this smaller, faster, ‘searchable’ world, the words of the TD and the CEO leader travel faster, go further and last longer.
The Finance Bill is the moment that matters if you're seeking change.
The days of giving reaction to the budget after considered thought appear to be over.
PR360 tracked the social media trajectory of Ireland’s 45 participating athletes in Rio 2016.
56% of Irish public believe Brexit will have negative impact on Irish economy
Certainly, this is the first time that social media has played a major role in an Irish election campaign.