Holyrood 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 Littlewoodscasino.com and Littlewoodspoker.com; 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.
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.”