Our Clients

Our current and past clients include:

  • Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums (arts consultancy project)
  • Aberdeen Harbour Board
  • Aberdeen Performing Arts
  • Ambrose Communications (technical writing for 3M Oil & Gas)
  • Barkers Communications Scotland Limited
  • BP North Sea Strategic Performance Unit (editing and writing staff intranet and newsletter)
  • Chartered Institute of Public Relations (e-communications training)
  • Elite Training and Consultancy (Communications skills training for Visit Scotland)
  • Evolve Training (crisis communication training and media training)
  • Fifth Ring Corporate Communications
  • Future Publications (freelance contributor to Trucking magazine)
  • Marcus Evans Asia Pacific Office (Communications skills training in Middle and far East)
  • Mearns & Gill Public Relations (emergency response work for several major oil industry companies)
  • Media Partners Amsterdam (technical writing for Shell Projects and Technology)
  • Mezzo Media (regular freelance contributor to Klassick magazine)
  • North East of Scotland Music School (writing and editing newsletter)
  • Paper White Integrated Communications Limited
  • Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) (freelance contributor to their occupational health and safety publications)
  • Rhinegold Publications (regular freelance contributor to and critic for Opera Now magazine)
  • The Scotsman newspaper (freelance arts critic)
  • Shell International
  • Shell Exploration and Production Europe
  • The Team (part of the Loewy Group) (contract freelance contributor to Registered Gas Engineer magazine)
  • Times Group Newspapers (freelance contributor to The Times and The Sunday Times)
  • Trident Communications
  • UNI Strategic Malaysia office (Communications skills training in Middle and Far East)
  • Varco Limited
  • YF-Asia (Communications skills training in Far East)
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