Presented by our very own Gaynor Daniel this week’s episode of Holyrood PR TV brings all the latest news from the highly motivated PR team, which this week includes a fashion forward update on long standing client Bell Ingram.
The leading architects have been selected to head a project to convert Coco Chanel’s former Scottish love nest, Rosehall Estate in Sutherland, into an upmarket boutique hotel. This received fantastic coverage in Scotland on Sunday, The Mail on Sunday, The Daily Express, The Herald and The Press and Journal.
For those of you living in Scotland information from the UK’s leading letting portal – Citylets – will make interesting reading. Featured in The Herald and The Press and Journal statistics show that Aberdeen is the most expensive place to live in Scotland, with Edinburgh’s West End and New Town up there as the capital’s most costly areas of residences.
Another great coverage round up is for Equilibrium Travel. EQ Travel are revolutionising the Scottish corporate travel market and this month revealed an innovative marine and offshore service supported by a new office in the North East. Coverage for this appeared in the Banffshire Journal and specialist publications Roustabout, Oil and Gas News and Oil Voice.
As for this week’s Holyrood Recommends, stand back seafood sceptics, its sushi time! The team were thrilled when Lovsushi – brain child of two young Scottish entrepreneurs – delivered its finest selection straight to the office boardroom. Not only was it delicious but there were options for both vegetarians and those not a fan of fish.