PR agency leaves clients head over heels with success
Wednesday, March 11th, 2015
Showcasing this week’s results in our own PR agency business video
We’ve been inspired by the Glasgow comedy festival. With the like of Rich Hall taking centre stage in Glasgow, we had our own digital account executive Sarah take the mic when presenting this week’s HPR TV, our public relations video series. Despite the comedy theme, the amount of coverage we got this week was so phenomenal, it’s no joke.
Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
A hospitality client walks into a PR agency. The PR agency welcomes their new client with instant PR success. Not a good joke, but we made sure news of a £1.5 million refurbishment at the Royal College of Surgeons made a massive impact on local and trade titles to show our new client the true worth of public relations.
The impressive refurb featured in the evening news, The National, The Daily Business Group and influential trade titles reaching all of their intended target audiences.
We helped announce a new partnership between Scotland’s leading Telecommunications provider and City Fibre, developers of gigabit capable network infrasture. The plan is to implement the necessary infrastructure to add Edinburgh to the list of city’s in the UK who are already benefiting from gigabit connectivity.
Commsworld CEO, Ricky Nicol, featured in many of the articles including eight major business and national news titles including The Scotsman, The National, The Herald, The Edinburgh Evening News, Business Quarterly Magazine, Scotland on Sunday and the Daily Record online.
And stop us if you’ve heard this one before… CALA homes have been seen in seven national press titles in under two days, thanks to our knowledge and influence in the property media. The stunning upmarket developments, Trinity Park, Murieston Gait and St Mary’s Garden made a huge impact in the media, highlighting the homes built by the luxury homebuilder as an ideal place to live.
CALA’s exclusive Kinnoull Hill development in Perth scored a half page in The Press and Journal as well as a fantastic feature piece in the Scottish Daily Express, attracting a huge readership to this new hotspot.
Meanwhile CALA’s Murieston Gait development in Livingston and Trinity Park in Edinburgh were also on show with a half page feature in The Herald Scotland’s Homes, a news article on the Herald Homes website, a double page spread for the Herald’s prestigious “Luxury Property” supplement and a feature in this month’s edition of Edinburgh Life.
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