We elevate brands by providing creative design solutions which capture the essence of our client brands, appeals to the client target audience and projects a positive image of our client competitive proposition.

Chartered Accountants Ireland is the largest and longest established accountancy body in Ireland. It has over 24,000 members and 7,000 students, and it is the leading voice of the accountancy profession in Ireland. Their brief was to apply design guidelines across promotional literature on an ongoing basis.

"Congratulations Paul, we continue to receive very positive reaction on our literature. The look is very simple, modern and instantly recognisable. I have no hesitation in recommending Paul Martin Communications."

Bryan Rankin, Chartered Accountants Ireland

The Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) was established on 1 October 2015 under the Workplace Relations Act 2015. The WRC brought together the functions of the Labour Relations Commission (LRC), the national Employment Rights Authority (nERA), the Equality tribunal, and the first instance functions of the Employment Appeals tribunal (EAt). WRC's core services include the provision of early resolution, mediation, conciliation, facilitation and advisory services, adjudication on complaints and disputes, the monitoring of employment conditions to ensure the compliance and enforcement of employment rights legislation, the provision of information, and the processing of employment agency and protection of young persons (employment) licences.

"Paul Martin Communications had a great understanding of the new Corporate branding for the Workplace Relations Commission. They produced, designed and printed our annual reports in a very professional manner while adhering strictly to our tight production deadlines. I would have no hesitation in recommending them for future work."

Fiona Kilcullen, Director of Corporate Services, Workplace Relations Commission

Department of Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation is the government department with responsibility for promoting and the development of the indigenous and Foreign Direct investment business sectors via its agencies IDA, Enterprise Ireland and SFI and other government agencies offering supports. The brief was to produce design of a ‘National Directory of Manufacturing Supports’ which documents all publicly-funded supports, training grants, manufacturing training supports etc which are available to manufacturing companies.

"Delighted with the design and quality of the brochure produced. I found you Paul very easy to work with, fast turn around of amendments, would have no issue recommending you to others."

Stephan Curran, Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation

The Alcohol Forum is a registered charity that works to prevent and reduce alcohol related harms in communities. The brief was to produce two national resources simultaneously - one orientated towards the general public and one targeting health professionals.

"The ability of the team to translate a conceptual idea into a concrete visual reality was very remarkable. The team were readily available to discuss, amend and enhance as the documents proceeded. They were efficient, prompt, and most importantly, enjoyable to work with, which eased the stress often associated national launches such as these. I would recommend Paul Martin Communications Limited to organisations and professionals alike."

Dr. Helen McMonagle, Alcohol Forum

PDST is the country’s largest single support service offering professional learning opportunities to teachers and school leaders in a range of pedagogical, curricular and educational areas. The brief was to produce a brand identity for the PDST ‘Wellread National Award’. It aims to create heightened awareness about the importance of creating a culture of reading in school communities for our young people.

"I thoroughly enjoyed working with you Paul. In your design, you captured the essence of our vision and enhanced the original concept. You brought such creativity and attention to detail to fruition, in the overall design work, that is now being enjoyed by school communities across the country."

Claire Mathews, PDST