Two promotions at Clark + latest PR client wins
Angela Hughes: helping to grow the agency
Scottish communications agency Clark Communications has announced two promotions to coincide with new business wins.
Associate director Angela Hughes has become a director of the business, while Anna Farley-Allan has returned from maternity leave to the promoted position of senior account manager.
The promotions follow briefs from new clients, including Clydesdale Bank and Brightsolid.
Lesley Brydon, managing director, Clark Communications, said: “We are a growing company with big ambitions. Our people are important to us and we want to invest in our staff to allow them to grow and take on new challenges.
“Angela has a deep understanding of our business, providing support and guidance when we acquired Golley Slater Scotland in 2016, ensuring our people and clients transitioned smoothly. Since the acquisition, Angela has continued to demonstrate her determination to help grow the agency and develop our people.
“I’m pleased to welcome Anna back from her maternity leave with a promotion.”
CSIC appoints Perceptive
Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) has appointed Perceptive Communicators to handle its external communications.
The one -year contract, which Perceptive won following a competitive tender against four other agencies, includes both PR and public affairs.
The Glasgow-based agency will help CSIC highlight the resources and opportunities available to all construction firms in Scotland.
Holyrood Partnership is working Nira Caledonia, the boutique Edinburgh hotel, following its refit after being fire-damaged.
Integris Communications has teamed up with Special Olympics Scotland to help promote its 40th Anniversary Games taking place at Stirling University campus from 09-13 August.
The games are expected to welcome more than 1,000 athletes, 400 coaches plus officials and attract over 6,000 spectators from across the UK and Europe.
Yvonne Hay, Special Olympics Games director, said: “This Olympic style event will celebrate the culture of joy, fun and wellbeing which can be achieved through sport. We are obviously very thankful to Integris, and to all the other contributing organisations, who give up their time free of charge to help such a worthy cause.”