StubbsGazette is what it is because of our amazing team. Using our core values to guide us, both our in-house staff and external Associates have been able to deliver consistently exceptional results to our customers. From the developers building amazing products to the sales and marketing team providing outstanding support, we've got you covered!
James Treacy - Managing Director
James is the CEO of StubbsGazette. From simple beginnings in 1999 the company has grown to become an important element in the knowledge infrastructure of Irish business. Through working closely and effectively with Dun & Bradstreet in the early development years, opportunity arose in 2008 to acquire the StubbsGazette brand from D&B. The acquisition was completed successfully and James is now focused on developing the Stubbs brand and expanding the company’s range of products and services at home and abroad.
John Dunne - Non-Executive Director
John is a partner in the Employment Pensions and Benefits Group at Matheson Ormsby Prentice. John advises on a wide range of employment law issues, both contentious and non-contentious. This work includes the drafting and review of employment contracts, company handbooks, and human resource policies, plaintiff and defense work in litigious matters, advising on the various aspects of commercial transactions and on new developments in case law and legislation in the area of employment and equality law.
Donal Bolger - Financial Director
Donal Bolger founded BLG Financial Consultants in 1999. He has served on the Board of Directors Glibro Design Limited (John Rocha), Texaco National Lubricants Limited, a subsidiary of Chevron Texaco and a number of other Irish and UK businesses. Donal has been involved in the successful sale of a number of Irish businesses to publicly quoted companies, and was closely involved in the successful reorganisation and rationalisation of a number of Irish companies in recent times. Donal is a key advisor to and a non-executive Director of StubbsGazette.
Greg Connell - Strategy Director
Greg Connell is Managing Director of the Irish Fraud Bureau and a non-executive Director of StubbsGazette. He was formerly UK National Sales Director, Managing Director of Dun & Bradstreet Ireland and Hoovers UK, a leading on-line publisher of company information, which he acquired on behalf of D&B from the management team in 2004. Greg was previously European Finance Director of D&B International and he holds a number of non-executive directorships in the public interest and pensions sector, including Registry Trust Ltd, the England & Wales statutory register of Judgments, Orders & Fines.
Mortimer O'Sullivan - Chief Technology Officer
Mortimer joined StubbsGazette in November 2011, bringing with him over 15 years of extensive IT experience across varying sectors ranging from Digital Media to Telecommunications. Specialising in web-based applications, he has a proven track record in the design, development and implementation of robust and flexible business solutions in a dynamic industry and environment. Mortimer's main focus is to continually improve our products, services and processes from both a business and online customer experience perspective.
Merci Kinahan - Collections Manager
Merci joined StubbsGazette as Collections Manager in December 2012. Merci comes to us with a wide range of experience in debt recovery. Merci has previously worked for a number of years with Ivor Fitzpatrick and Wales & Co. She was employed as Call Centre Manager with Eircom.net and was responsible for setting up the IT Corporate support desk for business customers. Merci also has many years of experience in customer Relationship Management with a strong focus on service delivery.
Our company has packed a lot into a relatively young life. Since its inception in 1998, we’ve grown to serve thousands of users and customers. However, the StubbsGazette brand has been around since 1828.
What we do
StubbsGazette is a complete solution that enables you to manage your debt, credit, and compliance requirements saving you time and money and boosting your bottom line
StubbsGazette the publication was first published in 1828 by the Irish Mercantile Association. For many years StubbsGazette was owned by the international credit rating agency Dun and Bradstreet Dun and Bradstreet until BusinessPro purchased the worldwide rights to the publication in 2008.
Since the publication was bought in 2008, StubbsGazette has vastly expanded operations and is a market leader in Business Information, Credit Referencing, Compliance, Debt Recovery and Software Solutions in Ireland.
How we help you
We are determined to provide our customers with first class search capabilities so they can extract accurate data about consumers, sole traders and commercial companies.
We support a range of clients from local SMEs, to major multinationals in the credit management cycle. We believe that effective credit management is an on-going process and requires constant attention to, and the integration of, three critical interlocking activities - risk analysis, credit management and debt recovery. In doing so we help you reduce your bad debts, avoid adverse risk, and improve business efficiencies.
Read a sampling of some of the testimonials we have received from existing clients.
What our Customers say...
We have been using the StubbsGazette Credit Bureau for the last number of years and we believe that the quality of their credit reports is unmatched by any other agency. It's the combination of the breadth of data sources together with the power of the "Stubbs" brand that gives us full confidence in their assessment of credit risk. Also, the monitoring service that alerts us to changes in ratings is invaluable
Mike Stankard, Recruitsafe
Irish Liquidations have been using StubbsGazette Debt Recovery services for several years. We have found them to be extremely professional with excellent collection figures. They utilise market leading collection software which provides us with real time access to all debtor files including daily cash balances and collector notes. With a commission only fee structure you could not ask for more. I would happily recommend any company to use StubbsGazette for their debt collection services
Jonathan Larbey, Irish Liquidations
Texoil ltd have been using the Stubbs gazette Demand Letters from early 2008. Given the current tough economic environment, we have found them very helpful with regard to getting paid quicker. We would have no hesitation in recommending them to anyone.
Garrett Fanning, Credit Manager Texoil Ltd
Skerries Credit Union
Since we started using Stubbs for our Debt Collection Letters our recovery of overdue accounts has increased significantly, we are delighted with the StubbsGazette letters and it is now an essential tool in our debt collection process
Mary Newgent, Manager Skerries Credit Union.
In 2008 Wicklow County Council decided to work with StubbsGazette to help the council in its Debt Recovery activity. Since then, the council has found StubbsGazette Letters to be a very effective means of generating a response from debtors and equally in the collection of commercial rates and various other charges / fees. They deliver a quality service and the StubbsGazette Letters undoubtedly gets debtors attention. The Regional Account Manager, Kevin Barry is very responsive and has a thorough understanding of the councils needs. We look forward to continuing our successful relationship with StubbsGazette.
Anne Byrne, Revenue Section
Anderson Norton Property Management
StubbsGazette demand letters have become an essential tool in our Debt Recovery process. We started using the letters a few months ago to collect management fees, and the results were terrific with a dramatic improvement to our collection rates. We would highly recommend these letters to other property management companies.
In June 2011 Kilkenny Local Authorities engaged the services of StubbsGazette in an effort to collect outstanding commercial rates. Our reasoning for engaging Stubbs is that their name is universally recognised and the StubbsGazette brand is reputable both nationally and internationally. A key element in our debt collection strategy is the use of the StubbsGazette logo on all initial and follow up correspondence to commercial rate customers of Kilkenny Local Authorities. The aim is to show that we are proactive in collecting any outstanding amounts that may be due to us. We managed to maintain a high level of collections in this income category in 2011 and I am confident that our use of the Stubbs logo was a contributing factor to this strong performance.I would expect that we will continue our contract with Stubbs for the use of their logo when it comes up for renewal.
Adrian Waldron, Administrative Officer, Finance Department, Kilkenny Local Authorities
We have been using the StubbsGazette Credit Bureau for the last three years and we believe the quality of their credit reports is unmatched by any other agency. It's the combination of the breadth of data sources together with the power of the "Stubbs" brand that gives us full confidence in their assessment of credit risk. Also, the monitoring service that alerts us to changes in ratings is invaluable.
Norman McDonnell, Manager.,Kilsaran Credit Union.
When you come to work with us, you’re joining a team of dedicated professionals who are willing to do what it takes to get the job done.
Working at StubbsGazette
Our employees share a common set of values – Integrity, Trust, Innovation and Involvement. We are fully aware that our ability to grow year after year is based on our ability to attract, develop and retain world-class people who work well with our customers, partners and our existing team. If you are looking to work with an employer who is strongly committed to developing talent and rewarding achievement, come and work with us at StubbsGazette.
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We have built strong partner relationships with major companies, each bringing in their special expertise and contribution. We utilise these partnerships to keep our processes and knowledge at the highest level across all paradigms.
The Irish Institute of Credit Management (IICM)
The role of the Irish Institute of Credit Manager (IICM) is to raise the status of the profession of Credit Management to a level where membership of the institute and appropriate qualifications are recognised by the business community in Ireland as essential prerequisites for positions in Credit Management. The IICM is recognised by the media, government and corporate bodies in Ireland as the primary source of information and views on Credit Management. StubbsGazette joined the IICM as a member in 1999.
Dun & Broadstreet (D&B)
Dun & Broadsteet (D&B) is one of world’s leading source of commercial information and insight on businesses, enabling companies to Decide with Confidence® for 167 years. D&B’s global commercial database contains more than 140 million business records. Access to and integration with this international database is particularly important to us, enabling StubbsGazette to offer accurate local data on the one hand and when required, offer the best international data available.
Enterprise Ireland (EI) is the government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in world markets. EI works in partnership with Irish enterprises to help them start, grow, innovate and win export sales on global markets. In this way, EI supports sustainable economic growth, regional development and secure employment. EI is a particularly interested in the research and development of new innovative solutions that have export potential.