Morrison Media enjoys great PR client coverage

Public relations specialist Morrison Media's public relations clients include Port of Cromarty Firth, HRM Homecare, CGI and Bòrd na Gàidhlig
Port of Cromarty Firth’s The Dalmore, Lynn Laughland of HRM Homecare, CGI Business Unit Leader for Scotland Lindsay McGranaghan, and Bòrd na Gàidhlig’s #cleachdi campaign

 

As October draws to a close, public relations and media training specialist Morrison Media has helped gain excellent coverage for its clients across a variety of different publications.

HRM Homecare

The month began with plaudits for Lynn Laughland, managing director of care at home firm HRM Homecare Services. Lynn, with the help of Morrison Media, scooped the Women’s Enterprise Scotland Business Leader of 2019 award at a glittering ceremony at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow.

The award landed her excellent coverage in Scottish Business Insider. This was followed up in the November issue of the business magazine, along with a Letter To My Younger Self by Lynn.

A fine October continued for Lynn as she was named a finalist in the Business Woman of the Year category at the Business Women Scotland awards, while HRM Homecare is shortlisted under Established Business of the Year.

Port of Cromarty Firth

Port of Cromarty Firth’s record financial performance, plus the unveiling of its new pilot boat Dalmore, received widespread coverage in the Scottish business press – The Scotsman, The Press and Journal, Scottish Business Insider and Ross-shire Journal among others.

CGI

CGI marked a new financial year with a new boss at the helm. Vice President Lindsay McGranaghan was named its new business unit leader in Scotland – the youngest in CGI history.

Her appointment was covered by The Herald, The Scotsman, Daily Business, Scottish Business Insider, FutureScot, and DIGIT.

This was followed by coverage in The Scotsman, Daily Business, Scottish Business Insider and FutureScot of CGI’s official opening of its new Edinburgh city centre office by CGI UK President Tara McGeehan and McGranaghan.

Bòrd na Gàidhlig 

Morrison Media was involved in Royal National Mòd Glasgow 2019 as Bòrd na Gàidhlig unveiled two campaigns.

The first was the unveiling of a new #cleachdi hashtag to encourage Gaelic speakers to let Scotland and the world know they are proud to speak the language.

Later in Mòd week Bòrd na Gàidhlig announced plans to celebrate the 1,500 anniversary of the birth of St Columba.

Coverage of both were carried in the National, The Scotsman, the Press and Journal and was also covered in The Guardian.

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