An Edinburgh-based PR agency is celebrating a quartet of new business wins, including for Scotland’s biggest independent expert in the design, fit-out and relocation of office and business spaces.
Holyrood Partnership – set up by two former journalists on the Edinburgh Evening News – has also secured a PR contract for MAX Xtreme Fighting, a Belfast-based company which is promoting cage fighting across UK and Europe.
The agency was set up by Raymond Notarangelo and Scott Douglas has won contracts from Liverpool-based Littlewoodscasino.com and Littlewoodspoker.com and Eagle Couriers, Scotland’s leading independent courier business.
Space Solutions is its office design, fit-out and relocation specialists.
Says Notarangelo: “All these wins have either come through word-of-mouth recommendations or from us delivering superb results from initial project work.
“They are all very different and present individual challenges – from breaking down the stigma of a cage-fighting to highlighting the benefits of an energy-efficient office.
“The one thing each of these clients have in common is confidence in Holyrood Partnership’s media relations skills.”
Holyrood Partnership – a Silver Award winner in the Outstanding Small Consultancy category of last year’s Scottish PRide Awards – was founded six years ago. Its other clients include Scotland’s care watchdog, the Care Commission, Scottish Water and Warners, an Edinburgh-based solicitors and estate agents.