PR agency beating T in the Park blues
Wednesday, July 15th, 2015
Scottish PR Agency deliver “Headline” Acts
If exposing yourself to the elements and loud music wasn’t your scene last weekend, we’ve cued a line-up of “headline” acts featuring our clients that have scored the biggest news coverage this week.
Bield “headlined” the press this week when tenants at Ochilview Court in West Lothian, went for top billing at the CANalympics. The energetic team from Bield’s development were going for gold against other care homes in the area, as everyone attended to promote physical activity across older people in a social setting.
A fantastic lineup of coverage was secured including a full page spread in the West Lothian Courier, as well as features in various care press titles.
You may think of hackers as internet trolls hiding behind computer screens, but our client the Scottish Business Resilience Centre has been working with Ethical Hackers from Dundee’s Abertay University.
The techie students are helping SMEs protect against cyber attacks from less well-intentioned hackers, hoping to improve economic growth in Scotland and letting businesses flourish.
The story received coverage worthy of Strathallan’s main stage in The Scottish Daily Mail, The Herald, The National and The Stirling Observer with online articles in the Daily Business Group and the Scottish Business News Network.
Lastly – coming to a food stall near you … Red Boat Fish Sauce. This week we got our hands on some of this sought after sauce which is coming to the UK market after taking America by storm.
We decided to give it the Holyrood taste test, challenging our delicate stomachs by downing a shot of the extremely salty, anchovy based sauce before trying a more orthodox method – after it had been used in an Asian dish.
Let’s face it, people drink worse during music festival season. Check out our reactions on our video, here.
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