Media success sweeps in for Scottish event managers
MANAGING Director of Roselle Events, Charlotte McIntosh, has appeared in The Scotsman, taking prime position in the recruitment pages in the ‘I Didn’t Get Where I Am Today…’ feature thanks to Scottish PR.
In the piece, Charlotte talks about her role at the Scottish events firm and the varied and exciting work they regularly undertake for an impressive roster of clients between their Edinburgh and Aberdeen offices.
She also tells of her love of Rod Stewart, Wagamama’s and blazers!
Make sure you check it out, in page 45 of today’s Scotsman!
This coverage was achieved by Holyrood PR as part of a sustained PR campaign on behalf of Roselle Events.
National PR coverage for Roselle
In yet another piece of fantastic coverage for Roselle Events, the Scottish company has appeared in The Press & Journal’s Your Job supplement featuring its unique staff situation…
Roselle, which plans luxurious weddings for its clients, has found itself in a real life ‘Bride Wars’ situation, as three recently engaged employees plan their upcoming nuptials, including two due to take place on the very same day.
Almost half of the employees at Edinburgh based Roselle Events and sister company Thirty Eleven Seventy, are in the midst of planning their big day, and friendships are set to be tested when both the firm’s Managing Director, Charlotte McIntosh and Business Development Manager, Amanda Kirk say ‘I do’ simultaneously.
Rebecca Williams, Senior Event Manager at Roselle is also set to walk down the aisle just two weeks after Charlotte and Amanda and all three ladies will be taking notes from Tiffany Sharp another member of the team who tied the knot this summer.
The team at Roselle has also looked at what its sister company Thirty Eleven Seventy is doing for a range of weddings it is planning in the next coming months.
Roselle which has offices in Aberdeen and Edinburgh has a decade of experience in working with a range of blue chip clients organising events which include conferences, incentive and recognition days, award dinners, dinner dances and product launches.
National PR for Scottish Event
Details of the event, which is taking place on the 24th of October are being kept top secret but organisers are promising it to be an ‘evening of decadence’
Gemma Hare, the store’s press and marketing manager, said it was a “no brainer” to work with Roselle on the party: “We are delighted to be working with a Scottish agency on this project, especially as we are committed to supporting home grown industry.
“Roselle’s impressive portfolio of clients, excellent track record coupled with an engaging, creative and on-brand pitch made the decision to go with this dynamic agency a no brainer.”
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