Puppies, Hotels and Property are Making Headlines in HPR TV
Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
Scottish PR Agency bring fun into its round-up of PR stories and coverage
We’ve been helping the Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity put a smile on kids’ faces. A new partnership with the hospital and the police saw kids at the hospital name two police puppies.
Banjo and Sully, along with the kids immediately shot to fame, with us securing a feature on STV’s 6’oclock news along with a big write-up in the Edinburgh Evening News – and online coverage in The Edinburgh Reporter.
Following a high profile rise in the Scottish hotel scene, our client Leonardo Hotels is showing no signs of slowing up. That is despite checking in with its first Scottish hotel earlier this year, before buying out Portland Hotels’ collection of five further locations, adding to its impressive portfolio.
Those ambitions were reflected in the press, when our expert public relations team reached an audience of close to 400,000 people, reaching across key Scottish titles including the P&J, Courier, Scotsman, Business Insider and SBNN.
We’ve been keen to establish Boyd Legal’s credentials in the equity release sector, helping Peter Boyd become the thought leader in Scotland.
Those ambitions took a further leap forward, as we worked on a story that revealed the extent of over-65s property equity – which has passed a staggering £42billion.
Our story appeared twice in the hugely popular Press and Journal, in both the Home and Money segments, along with national and specialist reach in The National, Business Insider, Scottish Financial News and SBNN.
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