We start this week’s Holyrood PR TV with the news of the launch of the Scottish Business Crime Centre’s e-crime summit at the RBS headquarters in Gogarburn. The summit which was the first of it’s kind in Scotland highlighted the threats and effects of e-crime.
In other news we were kept busy last week with after descending on Bruntsfield Links for a junior golfing competition organised by Holyrood PR for U.S Kids Golf. The nearest to the pin event allowed children to compete for a set of golf clubs whilst practising their skills.
This week’s coverage included a great splash for Panton McLeod, UK water experts, after it appeared in the trade paper WET News.
Also making headlines this week was Edinburgh’s Telford College after it appeared in local publication North Edinburgh News.
The story which grabbed their attention was the recent rugby coaching conference which was held at the college which saw former Scotland star Gregor Townsend come along and give some hints and tips to the rugby performance students.