Originally Posted by JC Decaux website
We posted the campaign over a single weekend and brought the advertising industry, and most of Dublin, to a halt on the Monday morning.
We wanted to get the decision makers away from their desks and out to see the units in situ, to drive home the incredible new advertising locations. We knew if we could find a way of doing this we would get buy-in straight away because the displays and locations are so amazing.
the manager knows nothing
he hasn't read the report , that's an extraordinary admission.
dermot lacy cllr wrote:On the JC Decaux issue we agreed at the Finance Committee to send the whole financial side element of it to the newly established Audit Committee that is comprised of four external reps and three Councillor
Originally Posted by dermot lacy cllr
On the JC Decaux issue we agreed at the Finance Committee to send the whole financial side element of it to the newly established Audit Committee that is comprised of four external reps and three Councillor
Vodafone and JCDecaux have Christmas all wrapped up!
Smithfield Resi wrote:http://www.mobilebillboards.ie/Gallery1.html
I've often seen these parked in Dublin.
So are they legal when driven, but illegal when parked?
However, a degree of transparency is finally expected following a decision last week to expose the details of the contract to an independent audit committee at Dublin City Council.
Amongst those charged with examining the agreement are senior figures at UCD, DIT and the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountability.
Last year a new brand of local authority audit committees were established, allowing independent monitoring of the financial workings of a council under the expert guidance of external committee members.
Concern over the arrangement led to an application for the contract to be examined by the audit committee.
Committee members who will examine the deal include Tom McAleese of Chambers Ireland, UCD vice president for capital and commer-
cial development Eamonn Ceannt, Dublin Institute of Technology president Brian Norton, William Carrie of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountability and Dublin City
Councillors Dermot Lacey, Gerry Breen and Michael Donnelly.
Cllr Lacey, who put forward the application to have the contracts examined, said it was "unsatisfactory that public representatives were left guessing as to the exact nature of the agreement."