Edinburgh PR Agency in contention for coveted PR award
It’s the start of Award season in the PR world so what better to kick off with than news that Holyrood PR have been shortlisted for four awards at this year’s CIPR Pride Awards.
Hailed as the industry Oscars these nominations are a fantastic endorsement of the results we get for our clients and the 2015 award night could be a very special event for the team as we have been nominated for best small PR consultancy.
We are delighted as this was a big target for us this year. Holyrood PR director, Raymond Notarangelo said:
“The PRide Awards celebrate the very best in public relations in Scotland so to be nominated for a fantastic four awards this year is an amazing achievement. To have four entries through to the final list demonstrates the consistent and diverse skills of Holyrood PR across a range of services we provide to clients in varied and complex sectors”.
Click here to read our full release and more details on the award categories we are shortlisted for.
When our Account Exec Alie asked 103 year old Bupa resident Margaret Phillips what her secret to a long-life was she was surprised to hear that she had spent many years of her life living in India and attributed it to spicy curries and a nip of whisky every night before dinner.
This got the team’s creative juices flowing resulting in a great quirky story entitled – Nan who loves naan – see what we did there?
Our story got incredible coverage for Bupa in a whole host of influential titles, including The Scottish Sun, STV News, The Herald, The Courier, The Evening Times and The National, to name but a few. The total number of opportunities to see generated by the coverage is 1.1 million and rising. Now that is award winning coverage!
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We recently helped ambitious Falkirk dental firm, BeDental to hit the headlines, announcing a takeover of two Edinburgh dental practices.
Atif Bashir (left), Principal Dentist and Clinical Director, said:
“We’re excited to be growing and having not one, but two practices in Edinburgh is a huge step forward for us”.
News of the £1.2m buyout helped the firm gets its teeth into the media, with print coverage scored in the Edinburgh Evening News and the Scotsman business section.
The story also went big online – with coverage in a real mix of business, local and trade titles including the Daily Record, BQ, Deadline News, and Cosmetic Dentistry Guide.
Do you want to see us make PR gold for you?
The success of our storytelling for our clients this weeks goes to prove why we have been shortlisted for four awards at the CIPR Pride Awards 2015. We believe that telling a creative, news wrothy story about your business, staff, product or service is only as good as the results we set, measure and achieve.
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