Cinemagic’s Exciting New Feature Film ‘Grace and Goliath’ To Have World Premiere In Belfast

Kirsty Winter Blog

The world premiere of Cinemagic’s new feature film Grace and Goliath will take place on Tuesday 2 October 2018 at Odyssey Cinemas, Belfast, featuring a dazzling cameo appearance from MCE’s very own Managing Director, Paul McErlean. The premiere will mark the official launch of this year’s Cinemagic Film Festival in Belfast, the largest film and television festival designed for, and …

We’re Hiring: Client Executive (Public Affairs)

Matthew Morrison Blog

Role Title: Client Executive (Public Affairs) Salary: Negotiable, dependent on experience Contract Term: Full Time MCE Public Affairs is a vibrant, successful and fast-growing practice within MCE Public Relations, servicing an impressive list of some of Northern Ireland’s foremost organisations. As trusted advisors, we work closely in partnership with our clients to help them achieve their business objectives and manage …

Olympian Homes – New Student Accommodation Launch

Kate Livingston Blog, Events

MCE Events planned the opening of Olympian Homes’ new student accommodation in Great Patrick Street. The building is located in the Cathedral Quarter, facing the new University of Ulster campus and has over 470 rooms for students. The invitation list included stakeholders, architects, contractors and Council Members involved in the project. On arrival guests were greeted at the lobby by …

We’re Hiring A Summer Intern

Matthew Morrison Blog

Based in Belfast city centre, MCE Public Relations is a vibrant, successful and fast-growing consultancy, servicing an impressive list of some of Northern Ireland’s foremost organisations. As trusted advisors, we work closely in partnership with our clients to help them achieve their business objectives through the design and delivery of bespoke, innovative campaigns. Through our integrated approach to PR – …

Navigating the Changes to Facebook’s Algorithm

Niamh Parker Blog

Russian agents, fake news and a rigged presidential election. No, this isn’t the plot of the latest crime novel or the next Bourne movie, it’s a summary of allegations facing the world’s largest social networking site, Facebook and the catalyst for its most recent development. In January, CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg announced that changes to Facebook’s algorithm will cause …

Joe Schmidt’s secret for success?

Kathryn Stevenson Blog

You don’t have to have an interest in sport to see that something very special has happened to the Irish senior men’s rugby team. In many respects, this Ireland team should be in transition. In the last few years, we have lost two of the greatest players and leaders Irish sport has ever seen, Paul O’Connell and Brian O’Driscoll. We …

Why Direct Rule Light is No Solution

Matthew Morrison Blog

With no prospect of an early return of devolution and no sign of the introduction of Direct Rule, Northern Ireland is left in a constitutional limbo which may be regarded as the ‘least worst’ solution by the UK Government, but is wholly unsatisfactory in terms of democracy and decision making. The Secretary of State has announced that she intends to …

Paul McErlean, MCE Public Relations

Lights, Camera, Action For Cinemagic

Andrew Kelly Blog

Every parent goes through a moment or even a stage when their kids are embarrassed by them. That moment when the children put their hands over their eyes with utter dread at whatever is unfolding; dad dancing or singing are two of the usual offenders. A month or two ago, two of my closest friends, Aidan Donnelly and John McManus, …

Whose Budget is it Anyway?

Matthew Morrison Blog

The Head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service, David Sterling, recently told the Northern Ireland Affairs Select Committee at Westminster that there needs to be clarity and certainty about a budget by 8th February. While that clarity is not yet forthcoming, the MCE Public Affairs team has reviewed seven of the issues that are likely to be faced. 1. If …