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Earlier this year we were appointed by the British Franchise Association (bfa) to produce its annual events programme. The bfa had a very specific brief and here’s how Business Development Manager Terence Corness and Project Manager Carmelo Amenta helped the bfa raise the bar

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As if our marathon man Ash Arundell hadn’t covered enough miles this month, having run the London Royal Parks Ultra Marathon on 12th October, he headed off to Amsterdam last weekend with our James Lockyer and freelancers Ryan Cox and Patrick Quinn to cover another 26.2 miles at the TCS Amsterdam Marathon.

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On Monday 29th September at Vinopolis, we had the enormous pleasure of working with Event Organiser Jeremy Andersen and “Magician Impossible” Dynamo’s production designers to put on a magical evening for Variety, the children’s charity.

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As the Scottish Independence debate gains momentum towards tomorrow’s Referendum vote, the quantity of debate, campaigning and reporting of polls is at its peak across the broadcasting network. Our Head of Broadcast Services Ranald Neilson and his Edinburgh-based team have been working behind the scenes to help film and broadcast some of that content for the BBC.

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This week we said goodbye to Maria as she prepares to set out on a one year working holiday to Australia. We wish her all the best for her exciting journey and look forward to her returning to us this time next year.

Maria joined us as Production & Marketing Assistant in February last year and, since then, she’s been doing a great job of keeping us organised. She will be badly missed – but at least she’s coming back.

Bon Voyage, Maria!

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Is traditional broadcasting dead or has it evolved into a bigger and more beautiful beast How can we harness the power of new technologies and what opportunities can they bring to today’s communications managers, brand experts and event producers

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On Friday 4th July 2014, HMS Queen Elizabeth, the largest aircraft carrier to be built in the UK, was officially named by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Rosyth’s Royal Dock in Fife

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On Friday July 11th, our Edinburgh-based Head of Broadcast Services Ranald Neilson and his team delivered a live broadcast of BBC2’s Daily Politics show led by Scottish-born journalist and broadcaster Andrew Neil

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British racing driver John Surtees, the only man ever to have won a Grand Prix on two wheels as well as four, celebrates his 80th birthday this year. Having followed his career closely over the years

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From 5pm on Monday 23rd June, the National Theatre of Scotland will live-stream their event, “The Great Yes, No, Don’t Know Five Minute Theatre Show”, on the topical subject of independence.

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