We'll leave it there so
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny at Bill's book launch
We've got Body & Soul
OHC managed the publicity for The Body & Soul Festival 2012
I Can See Clearly Now
The Wellington Eye Clinic are the first clinic to offer the revolutionary KAMRA procedure - a cure for deteriorating eyesight.
On Your Marks...
OHC handled Powerade's sponsorship of Derval O'Rourke in the run up the 2012 Olympic Games
Steady Eddie
OHC handle the Motorsport Ireland communications account in Ireland
Pauline's Lighter Life
OHC manage Lighterlife's comms in Ireland
What's The Story Rory
OHC managed the publicity for 3's sponsorship of the 3 Irish Open for two years.
I'm Voting Yes!
OHC directed the Alliance for Ireland 'Famous Faces' ad campaign for the EU Fiscal Treaty Campaign in The Irish Independent.
OHC launched the World's first interactive children's ambulance service - The BUMBLEance

O'Herlihy Communications is one of Ireland's longest established public relations companies, founded in 1973 by Bill O'Herlihy.

Welcome to OHC.

At OHC we offer the full range of PR services across traditional and digital PR. Founded in 1973 by Bill O’Herlihy, we have built a reputation for excelling in the toughest aspect of PR; getting publicity for our clients. We can show you how services from a professional PR firm can help you achieve your communications, branding, social media, lobbying and visibility goals.

We listen.

At OHC we listen first and plan second. We listen to our clients needs and desired outcomes and develop strategic, tailored campaigns to fit those unique requirements.

A direct line to the sources that matter.

Our journalism and political roots ensure that our clients get the results required to increase awareness of their product, brand or service. We currently have ex political advisers and journalists on our staff who understands how each system works and we use this knowledge to propel our clients to the top of the news or political agenda.

An award winning Irish PR agency.

OHC have won 15 PRCA awards and commendations for the quality of our work across all divisions.

Latest News

OHC wins Best Grassroots Sponsorship at Sponsorship Awards

We are delighted to announce that we have won the award for Best Grassroots Sponsorship for our work with the Aviva FAI Junior Cup at the Sponsorship Awards. We were up against seven strong contenders in this category and the judges chose our submission because it really spoke to the local communities where activities were based, involving all levels of the community in the programme. It also gene
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The BUMBLEance is here! #BUMBLEance

World’s first Interactive Children’s Ambulance Service launched by Irish Non-Profit Charity, The Saoirse Foundation The BUMBLEance will facilitate scheduled hospital/ treatment visits for children that meet set medical criteria BUMBLEance, the World’s 1st interactive children’s ambulance which was revealed today for the first time, is the brainchild of Tony Heffernan, who along with his wife Mary
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Bare Your Soul turn2me.org

Dare to bare all?

Fancy doing something a little bit different this Valentine’s Day? Turn2me.org and The Irish Heart Foundation are daring you to bare all (or even just a little bit!) on their 500 metre heart shaped track on the beach on Sandymount Strand from 7-8pm on the 14th Feb. Whatever you wear (or don’t wear) it’s all for a great cause. Oisin Scollard, Founder of turn2me.org which is an online mental health
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New Year brings new business for OHC

OHC will be handling the communications strategy for the Aviva Stadium Sponsorship account on an annual retainer for 2013 and will be assisting the Aviva team on a number of exciting projects through the year ahead. We will also be working with Run with Tina to promote her running, walking and fitness options for women. We will be looking after  The Gluten Free Foodie to promote their gluten free
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Bill O’Herlihy – We’ll leave it there so

Bill O’Herlihy launched his autobiography “We’ll leave it there so” last week. The book tells Bill’s story from his youth growing up in Cork to his first job with the ‘Cork Examiner’. It gives a great insight into the anchor mans life both on and off air and he talks very frankly about his relationship with God and Our Lady, who helped him through a triple
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