Liquorice Media Moves Into Merchant City Media Centre
Liquorice Media, the full service public relations consultancy launched
last month by Susan Christie and Graham Lironi, has moved out of its
south-side home office and into a Merchant City media centre within weeks
of its formation to keep pace with its rapid rate of expansion.
Established to provide a range of corporate PR, consumer PR and reputation
management services, Liquorice Media is the latest tenant to move into the
media centre at Bell Street, Glasgow, run by business consultants TVI,
alongside Budge PR and web services firm Radiator.
Susan Christie said, “Liquorice Media was launched to produce and place
all sorts of copy for all sorts of clients across all sorts of media – and
the level of demand for our services from Corporate Scotland has been such
that we quickly decided to bring forward our planned move into city centre
“We’re delighted to be joining a thriving media-based community at the
heart of Glasgow’s city centre and look forward to continuing to serve our
expanding client list from our new state-of-the-art premises.”
Maurice Smith, managing director of TVI and owner of the media centre,
said, “We’re pleased to welcome Liquorice Media to our media centre.
Liquorice complement well our existing tenants and match perfectly the
profile of the kind of media company we’d been seeking. There’s now a
great buzz about the place and we only have space for one more company.”
In addition to Charan Gill, Harlequin Leisure Group, Beanscene coffee and
music houses and The Kitchin, a Michelin-star restaurant in Leith,
Liquorice Media’s latest client signings are Dunn’s, Scotland’s only
complete design and build specialist, Edinburgh-based independently owned
publishing house Black & White and Costley and Costley Hoteliers, renowned
for its quality portfolio of hotels and inns in Ayrshire.
For further information please contact Susan Christie on 07971 823651 or
Graham Lironi on 07837 604459
107 Bell Street, Glasgow G4 0TQ
2nd October 2007