10 Inspiring Irish Start-Ups to Watch in 2016/17

Ireland is the place to be if you’re looking to start up a business. Buzzing with entrepreneurial spirit and awash with big international investors, our little country has recently seen an influx of savvy individuals burst out of the recession…

Gibson & Associates Sponsor 4 Week GAA Fundamentals Course

Come and join the Gibson & Associates team for a FREE 4 week GAA Fundamentals Course. We're sponsoring a FREE 4 week GAA Fundamentals Course. Junior and Senior infants can get a free 1-hour session with experienced coaches! So,…

10 Reasons the Irish are THE Best Football Fans in Europe

No matter how far we get in this competition, there's one thing we can be certain that Ireland has won: The internet. Irish football fans have been making headlines all over Europe for their acts of sheer kindness and craic. Watch these…
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Acquired Brain Injuries Explained

Acquired Brain Injury can have a profound impact on the lives of those who suffer them, as well as their families and those close to them. Each injury effects everyone differently, making them complicated and sometimes difficult to treat. Unlike…
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First Time Buyers In Dublin - A Property Buying Guide

Dublin has recently been dubbed ‘the most attractive property market in Europe’ with investors and residential buyers alike, sizing the capital up for its strong return on investment, high rental demand and the city’s invigorating, historic…
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The Summertime Beauty Of Donegal in 15 Photos

Ah, at last! The summer time is here. The days are longer, the air is warmer and Donegal is looking more beautiful than ever. And it seems that everyone lucky enough to gaze at the rolling Donegal landscapes agrees. Holiday makers and residents…
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Gibson & Associates Sponsor Nikki Bradley's Glacier Adventure

On Friday, the 26th February, Nikki Bradley and a group of fellow adventurers from Donegal will travel to Iceland for the adventure of a lifetime – to scale a glacier. Nikki was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma when she was 16, a rare disease…
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A Guide to Successfully Buying at Auction

Thanks to the recent turn in the economic climate providing a rise in properties being resold on the market and a rise in television programmes such as ‘Homes under the Hammer’ showing the returns that can be made on property bought at auction,…
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Which Part of Dublin is Perfect For You?

Dublin has long inspired its inhabitants and guests. It’s a city that many feel drawn to, often tempting expats to settle here, natives to stay put, as well as capturing the odd passing student or traveller. But what makes this city such…
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The Most Exciting Start Ups in Dublin

Ireland’s not had it easy over the last few years. The recession left behind an ocean of debt and economic hurt, with families and businesses alike left struggling to recover from the financial tsunami. However, this economic washout has…
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Irish Motorway Safety Guide For Families

Long nights, bright mornings, freshly cut grass and glistening green leaves. Summer is just around the corner, and before we know it, the children will be on their long school break, the BBQs will be a ‘frying and this years exciting summer…
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Should I Buy Property For My Children As An Investment?

A recent report by www.daft.ie suggests that the housing market in Ireland is starting to show an upward trend. This is not just in Dublin either, but right across the country with price increases of 2.3% between January and March this year,…
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8 Incredible Things Everyone Should Thank Dublin For

Dublin's got a lot to answer for! The capital of our beautiful country has been at the forefront of technological, medical and cultural developments for centuries and isn't showing signs of slowing down. Coupled with it's beautiful geographical…
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Everything You Need To Know About Commercial Disputes

If you are involved in a commercial dispute you may not be able to see a way to bring the dispute to resolution and that the longer it continues, the more time and money it is costing you. The aim for anyone in these circumstances is to resolve…
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5 Reasons Why St Patricks Day in County Donegal is so Magical

Each year on the 17th March, the Irish and non-Irish alike celebrate our national Saint, St Patrick. And what better place to celebrate than in our glorious County Donegal? Parades, live music, dance, drink; the Irish sprit is truly captured…
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The 8 Best Insolvency & Money Advice Websites

The regulations surrounding personal insolvency and bankruptcy in Ireland have undergone a series of changes over the last couple of years. The fact is, many of the changes can offer benefits, but understanding changes can be quite overwhelming…
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8 Dazzling Photos To Make You Fall in Love With Donegal this Christmas

Donegal is one of the most beautiful places on earth to spend Christmas (but we are a little biased). We've pulled together the 8 most dazzling photos of Donegal over the festive period. Feel free to like/share/tweet any of the images to…
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Donegal Castles Quiz

Gibson and Associates are proud to be based in Donegal. For all you Donegal residents, we've prepared a 2minute quiz - how well do you know your Donegal Castles? Get in touch with us via Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or LinkedIn with your a…
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5 Reasons To Avoid A Payday Loan

Payday loans are incredibly easy to obtain, which in theory should ring alarm bells. However, due to unemployment levels and a poor economy, thousands of people turn to payday loans to try and clear their debts immediately. Ironically, payday…
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Dealing with Debt: 10 Facts about Credit Cards

Personal debt is at a new high. Borrowing vs. spending has gone through the roof, and outstanding personal debt in the UK now stands at £1.4 trillion. This is up from last year, with 274 people being declared bankrupt or insolvent every day.…