Zoe Ogilvie, BIG Partnership

Big Partnership in £600,000 new business boost

Glaswegian communications agency Big Partnership is celebrating a raft of new business worth more than £600,000 across the energy, construction, leisure and sports sectors.

Ambassador Group has appointed Big Partnership to handle PR, design and marketing for its new luxury housing development in Glasgow, Park Quadrant Residences. The agency also won a competitive pitch to lead a PR and stakeholder campaign for a new 600-unit residential development in Glasgow.

Also, Big Partnership’s sports team won a competitive pitch to work with the PGA European Tour promoting the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open golf tournament at Dundonald Links in Ayrshire.

In addition, it will also handle PR for Transplant Sport’s Westfield Health British Transplant Games 2017, which will be held in North Lanarkshire this summer.

Finally, the agency will manage PR and social media for the UK launch of LA build-your-own-burger restaurant The Counter and has won PR contracts with Bristow Helicopters, Pipetech, Ramco and M2 Subsea.

“It’s great to see our teams winning work across such a diverse range of sectors and disciplines,” said Zoe Ogilvie, director at Big Partnership. “We are also making progress in the north of England from our Manchester office, and we expect this to have a major impact on the agency’s growth in the year ahead.”

  • Pictured: Zoe Ogilvie, director at Big Partnership
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