It’s award week for Holyrood PR and their clients
It’s officially party time at Holyrood PR agency in Edinburgh! And for good reason – because we were crowned Outstanding Small PR Agency at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Scottish PRide Awards ceremony in Glasgow last week.
We were commended for our approach in creating a new vision for the agency which focused on digital media as well as traditional media, and our unique service in creating dedicated media hubs for our clients on our website.
There was also praise for our dedication to nurture young PR talent, which earned us another gold award for Young communicator of the year for account executive Ross Stebbing.
Added to that, we scooped a well-deserved silver award for the portfolio of eye-catching photography we provided for Banks Group. Don’t forget to view a special image gallery here of the photos we submitted.
We aren’t the only ones celebrating award season. Our clients Gilson Gray is set for an audience with George Clooney himself, as they received a double nomination at this year’s Scottish business awards.
The awards are to be hosted by comedian Rob Brydon and will feature Mr Clooney in a Q&A session, taking place at the EICC on November 12th.
News from our press release featured across legal, business and local news sites, such as Scotland B2B, Scottish Legal News and the Edinburgh Reporter.
Another client that has knows all about award success – homebuilder, CALA Homes – is back winning more praise.
They have announced the official launch of its first Edinburgh city centre apartment development in years – an on-trend hotspot offering next level living for house-hunters.
The site named Ten Brunswick Road is located just off Leith Walk, and offers doorstep access to Edinburgh’s world famous attractions and vibrant, cosmopolitan nightlife.
The brownfield site development is also situated on the grounds of the former Royal Mail sorting office, highlighting CALA’s commitment to land regeneration.
The story of the launch was an instant hit with the Capital’s press, featuring in the Edinburgh Evening News, The Scotsman and the Edinburgh Reporter, as well as securing fantastic coverage in the Daily Record, Sunday Mail and Daily Business Group.
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