Dynamite PR Coming to your Screens
Monday, November 10th, 2014
Our team at the Holyrood PR have had another explosive week in the media, telling our client’s stories in the best best way possible.
Our first dynamite story created buzz in the papers this week, as the Scottish Business Resilience Centre highlighted the threat of theft within businesses from a very unlikely source – employees.
Exploding into the business and construction titles this week, was CALA Homes Dragon’s Den style Youth Programme. The Crags Young Leaders Programme was given full support from the UK’s most upmarket home builder, as they offered twelve places to a group of Edinburgh’s brightest young sparks, who had to pitch to a panel of four for a place on the programme that gives nine months of industry experience with CALA Homes.
We want to wrap up this episode of HPR TV with a bang. Topping of the mountain of awards we won at the CIPR PRide Awards in October, we’ve continued to add more trophies to our awards case with two awards from the 2014 Fresh Awards.
For our tremendous work with Khushi’s, Edinburgh’s long established Indian restaurant, we received the bronze award for best low budget campaign. The campaign invited food bloggers to sample Scotland’s “First Curry”, while we reached out to tho those who were among the first to eat at Khushi’s back in 1947. Those who could prove they visited the restaurant sixty-seven years ago, were treated to a complimentary meal.
Well that’s it for this week but stay tuned next week to find out the low down on everything going on here at Holyrood PR. In the meantime, why not keep up to date with the latest releases and stories by following us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pintrest and Instagram.
So with more awards added to the trophy cabinet, and the high calibre of coverage we got for our clients, isn’t it about time you got in touch with the Holyrood Parternship team to find out how your business can benefit from creative, cost-effective PR.
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