We’re very excited to have the Dublin Gazette sponsor Biz Expo. Find out more about the media outlet on Thursday 6th June at the Citywest.
About Dublin Gazette
Gazette Group Newspapers (GGN), now Dublin Gazette (DG) was co-founded in January, 2004, by Michael McGovern, a veteran of Saatchi and Saatchi, with the mission of launching quality weekly newspaper titles in the Greater Dublin Area. DG believes that Greater Dublin is the most prized newspaper territory in the country, possessing the most rewarding demographics, the greatest spending power and the most spectacular levels of population growth.
Dublin Gazette is dedicated to publishing four newspaper titles for the Greater Dublin Area– and this mission began with the successful launch of the Lucan Gazette and Blanch Gazette (in March and May of 2004), the Clondalkin Gazette (in October of 2005), and continued in May of 2007 with the launch of the Dundrum Gazette.
Dublin Gazette (DG) is is focused on delivering quality, weekly suburban newspapers aimed at representing, and giving a clear and strong voice, to the rapidly developing communities circling Dublin City. Each Dublin Gazette title:
- Fosters, and further embraces, the sense of community spirit that exists in each of Dublin’s new urban centres.
- Addresses the thoughts and needs, and central issues that arise, through schooling, transport and health needs etc., affecting all of the people living in the fastest-growing urban areas in Ireland.
- Affords businesses, big and small, the opportunity of communicating with all of the people living in each community, and also presents businesses and ‘business communities’ with the opportunity of reaching out to the entire suburban population of Dublin City and County.
- Treats all issues, and represents voluntary organisations within these communities, in a fair and balanced manner.
- Strongly supports schools, sports clubs and all voluntary organisations, in their efforts to communicate clearly and effectively with all of the people in each community.
- Serves as a strong, positive, self-respecting voice for all of the people who have chosen to live in each community.
- Takes a central, dynamic role in campaigning on the issues central to the lives of all of the people living in each community – supporting people, schools, clubs and organisations and local businesses, in order to make each community a better and more rewarding place in which to live.