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The Association of Directors of Social Work (ADSW) commissioned us to review their role, positioning and identity.
Malt whisky had been distilled at Falkirk’s Rosebank Distillery for 200 years – until 1993, when it closed its doors for what connoisseurs feared would be the last time.
Part-time higher education in Scotland makes an important contribution to workforce development, widening access and economic recovery.
We have designed and implemented 15 community consultation programmes to support planning applications for a range of local and major retirement developments across ten local authority areas in Scotland.
Inward investment of £100m is a big story in any Scottish new cycle – but ensuring maximum coverage and achieving a client’s many communication objectives is a significant challenge with less than a week’s notice.
The healthcare sector is one of the most complex in Scotland today.
It presents unique – and often competing – challenges and opportunities for policy-makers, providers and manufacturers.
Social work services in Scotland have not always been seen in a positive light – often without foundation.
Helensburgh was one of the last towns in Scotland without a supermarket. However, plans for a new Waitrose food store faced local resistance.
We were asked by Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People to provide media support for the largest consultation with children and young people in Scotland – the culmination of which was a national vote to mark the 21st anniversary of