We’ve had swooping success at Holyrood PR this week with one of our longest standing client’s soaring to success on prime time TV, celebrations all round at The Scottish Gaelic Awards and news of cyber scam busters hitting the headlines.
First up the eagle officially landed on national television last week, with Scotland’s leading independent courier company, Eagle Couriers, featuring on the BBC’s magazine style programme, The One Show. Company Director Jerry Stewart and courier driver Dave Durnan took to the spotlight, discussing Glasgow’s controversial bus lanes after a BBC producer read our press release on the topic. Eagle Couriers, infamous red van was also featured and broadcast across the country to an estimated 5 million viewers.
Next up, the Royal Botanic Garden said ‘slainte’ to the Scottish Gaelic Awards as they welcomed the inaugural ceremony to its eye catching John Hope Gateway venue. Hospitality specialists Sodexo Prestige ensured the bespoke menu was suitably Scottish by serving up traditional dishes with a modern twist. News of the event was picked up by the Edinburgh Reporter, Scotland Food and Drink, Event Industry News and Food and Drink Towers.
And finally, a quick round up of some of our other client coverage this week… the Scottish Business Resilience Centre featured in national titles the Scotland on Sunday and the Daily Record after highlighting the dangers of social networking scammers to businesses, there were rich pickings for Sodexo Prestige in The Courier and marine renewable experts Xi Engineering made waves in the Metro, Scotland on Sunday and Renewable News online.