Our PR Agency formula gets a reaction in the media
The Edinburgh science festival has got us darning our lab coats as we continue to use our secret PR formula to get our clients stories told to the media.
Our story for Royal College of Surgeon’s Commercial Services, got the media in a fusion, as we told the story of the venue’s first wedding booking due two weeks after its £1.5 million refurbishment. The twist – the bride-to-be won’t have time to see the finished venue, and has confirmed to the blind venue booking.
With our love of telling stories, we love to tell one of our own. Our director Raymond Notarangelo held a seminar on the skills that businesses need to tell great business stories to the media. The seminar was at East Lothian Council’s Tourism conference and was attended by local tourism businesses in the area.
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Hollywood starlet, Louise Linton , has admitted her childhood home at Melville castle is haunted, ahead of production for her next film due to start filming at her family home. Louise goes onto saying that she believes it is haunted by none other than Mary Queen of Scots,
What does your business need to get a media chain reaction?
Even if you don’t think your business has a story worth telling, let us prove you wrong. We can spot a story that can raise your business profile, promote your products and service, overall improving your bottom line. If you want to see if we have what it takes, continue to explore our website where you can find our recent award wins, coverage and results for our various industry clients and our regularly updated blog area, full of little hints and insights into how we deliver public relations.
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