Gettin’ aw Scottish for St Andrews Day
Wednesday, November 25th, 2015
PR agency celebrate a week’s worth of great coverage during St Andrew’s Day
WITH ST Andrew’s Day fast approaching, we’ve been getting a wee bit patriotic this week at Holyrood PR agency in Edinburgh and have dished up bags of bonnie coverage to keep our clients fair chuffed.
Nicola Sturgeon addresses the issue of cyber crime in Scotland, along with Mandy Haeburn-Little of the Scottish Business Resilience Centre. Holyrood PR agency have been helping Bell Ingram to tell their story in print and online.
First up, our client the Scottish Business Resilience Centre has played a key role in the launch of the Scottish Government’s new Cyber Resilience Strategy.
Director, Mandy Haeburn-Little, presented during the launch at the National Economic Forum, alongside Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon and the Scottish cabinet.
We worked alongside the Scottish Government and successfully pitched Mandy for the highly respected business slot on Radio Scotland’s Good Morning Scotland. Mandy then went on to appear on BBC’s reporting Scotland – getting out to a huge and critical audience.
Next this week, we helped Bell Ingram announce the new contract it secured with the Landmark Trust. Our expert PR team helped it celebrate in the way we know best – by securing a huge spread of media coverage.
The commission will see Perthshire-based Bell Ingram lead the upgrading and maintenance of a portfolio of 19 renowned properties across Scotland. Recognised buildings include The Macintosh Building in Perthshire and The Pineapple building in Dunmore. The announcement also coincides with new Channel 4 series – ‘Restoring Britain’s Landmarks.’
The success story went quickly gathered attention from a whole host of sources, including three of Scotland’s most widely read and trusted newspapers – the Scotsman, the Courier and the National. The cream of the construction press also featured the story – appearing in Scottish Construction Now, Building Construction and Design, Project Scotland and Prime Resi.
Finally, we helped Commsworld reach a large target audience in the run up to its first Aberdeen business event aimed at creating awareness to tackle the subject of improved business efficiency through better connectivity.
Featuring prominently in the business pages of the prestigious Aberdeen paper, the Press and Journal, as well as on Aberdeen Business News – we got the story to the heart of the business community.
Knowing that the Oil and Gas sector was a critical market for the Edinburgh firm, we then gave the story another bite of the cherry, getting a feature in two huge Granite city based O and G news outlets: Roustabout Energy International and Your Industry News.
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