New business wins see Holyrood PR boldly go fourth

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New business wins see Holyrood PR boldly go fourth

Holyrood PR Blog

Hoolyrood Partnership client listHolyrood PR is celebrating four new contract wins as it continues its continued growth and development through 2008.

The diverse range of appointments is further endorsement of Edinburgh-based agency’s growing reputation to deliver success to clients, regardless of the challenges posed.

The contracts will see Holyrood PR provide PR support to:

Liverpool-based and; Space Solutions, Scotland’s biggest independent expert in the design, fit out and relocation of office and business spaces; Eagle Couriers, Scotland’s leading independent courier business; and MAX Xtreme Fighting, a Belfast-based company which is promoting cage fighting across UK and Europe.

Co-Founder and Director Raymond Notarangelo said: “All these wins have either come through word-of-mouth recommendations or from us delivering superb results from initial project work.

“That to us is a huge measure of the mounting reputation of Holyrood PR.

“The fact that they are all so different and present individual challenges – from breaking down the stigma of a cage-fighting to highlighting the benefits of an energy-efficient office – is further proof of the confidence businesses have in Holyrood PR’s superb media relations skills.

“We’re particularly pleased to win the brief from Littlewoods Gaming – both as we will be promoting its fast-growing online gaming operation across the UK, and the fact that it’s one of Britain’s best-known company’s.”

Holyrood PR – a Silver Award Winner in Outstanding Small Consultancy category in 2007 Scottish PRide Awards – was co-founded by ex-journalists Raymond Notarangelo and Scott Douglas in 2002. The company has since enjoyed year-on-year growth, boasting clients such as the Care Commission, Scotland’s care regulator, Scottish Water and Warners, Edinburgh’s leading Solicitors-Estate Agents.

The agency has also just recruited Adrian Mather, a senior journalist from the Edinburgh Evening News, as a new Account Manager and is looking to make other appointments to its six-strong operation.

Raymond added: “We always predicted that 2008 would the year of change for Holyrood PR and with our ever-growing client base and reputation in the business community and the media, we see no reason why that won’t happen.

“We’re planning to roll out a number of exciting plans over the coming months which will only further strengthen our relationships with existing clients and allow us to win new business.”