TikTok is a video-sharing social networking service.
As the Mediterranean sun set on the famous Croisette in the picture-postcard town of Cannes last Friday night, local hoteliers, catering companies, event managers, yacht charter firms and municipality workers were probably breathing a sigh of relief.
It wasn’t so very long ago that the phrase ‘food truck’ meant one of two things — a chipper van, probably parked outside a late-night venue, serving gravy-soaked chips and battered...well, anything; or an ice-cream truck, jangling its way through housing estates like a soft-serve Pied Piper. But times have changed.
TikTok — for news? Did anyone ever imagine that a Chinese site mostly used for short video clips of stunts, tricks and dances, would become recognised as a part of a growing trend for younger people to get news from ‘side-door’ sources?
The volume of sponsorship deals reported in Ireland in the first quarter of this year increased at its fastest rate in seven years. It has grown by 43pc on the same period last year, as the market recovered following a challenging period during the pandemic.
With soaring living costs and a rejection of some traditional forms of employment, the idea of conjuring up a windfall is appealing. With an estimated 456,000 Irish people, mostly in their 20s and 30s, owning some form of cryptocurrency, why are millennials investing in virtual money?
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