Guru Gets Excellent Spot of PR Scotland
Friday, August 27th, 2010
on behalf of Project Work and Other Clients
Young Company Finance Scotland, has included a fantastic feature on innovative bussiness venture Guruspot in their monthly newsletter and on their website.
The brainchild of Holyrood PR’s board director Angela Paterson – the not for profit service offers small and new start business owners a wealth of advice to make the most of their business.
At www.guruspot.co.uk budding entrpreneurs can pick up handy hints and tips via a series of videos featuring leading and successful business people – offering and exchange of advice from entrepreneur to entrepreneur.
Videos are expertly captured by Holyrood PR’s sister company Capture Media, which is fronted by video producer Oliver Farrimond, who uploads the videos to the Guruspot site where they are available for businesses to watch and review.
Angela Paterson quotes in the feature: “We want to provide a one-stop resource for people – somewhere they can have access to high profile entrepreneurs – and free of charge.
“We are delighted to be featuring amazing talents like Chris Van Der Kuyl from Brightsolid and Hamish Robertson from Robertson Technologies giving us their pearls of wisdom.”
Guruspot’s aim is to appeal to all business owners regardless of sector and level and in the future will feature business ‘gurus’ from all areas from tiny shop owners to CEOs of major corporations. It will also offer links to relevant websites, networks and videos.
The full feature can be read here.
Holyrood PR, offers an extensive range of services and provide tailored packages that allow businesses to fulfill their full PR potential. Our PR package includes a mix of traditional media, social media and photography and video.
Find out more about how we can help your busniess through the power of PR here.
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