— Will Corry (@slievemore) February 9, 2015
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— Will Corry (@slievemore) October 30, 2014
It's a swarm of Time Outs : After the successful launch of Time Out Manchester earlier this month, Edinburgh is the second of six cities in the nationwide roll-out. This is followed by the launches of Time Out Leeds and Glasgow in November and Bristol and Birmingham in early 2015. Each city will have its own editor, who will curate content from local experts through the launch of an extensive Time Out blogger network.
These gloom-busting wonder women (and man) walk round their local town of Kilwinning sending people on cruises, transforming a random woman into a bride and sending a sulking child to Disneyland.”
Well look no further as Promotional Products Week (PPW) has created a ‘referendum voting highlighter’ that will allow the Scottish public to show with ease which way they plan to cast their vote and make political history.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) September 1, 2014
Edinburgh’s Whitespace @whitespacers are one of Scotland’s leading creative agencies. Their long-standing relationship with the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society resulted in a striking and energetic unboring identity for the 2014 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The industry body has unveiled its '60 for 60' shortlist of influential women in the travel industry to mark its 60 anniversary.
Munro has been recognised along with fellow industry leaders such as Harriet Green, chief executive of Thomas Cook; Chris Browne, chief operating officer at TUI Travel; Martha Lane Fox, co-founder of Lastminute.com and Carolyn McCall, chief executive of easyJet. [more…]
• In its echo of the reference to Brookside's lesbian kiss in the London 2012 ceremony, the Barrowman kiss made us seem a rather prurient nation
• On the eve of Scotland's referendum on independence, the ceremony resorted to clichés of the Loch Ness monster, Irn Bru and a sea of tartan instead of telling viewers something new
• The overhead shots made it look like a good few ticket-holders had decided to plump for a quiet night in front of the telly instead
Irn-Bru has released an impassioned and cinematic advert to celebrate the arrival of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The video, called IRN In Our Blood, features a good-humored narrative talking about Scotland’s attitudes to sport and it’s status as perennial underdogs, two elements why belie the passion Scotland has for sport and its sporting heroes.
Created by the Leigh Agency, the 1-minute long advert is a rally cry to all Scots in the build up to the Games to back their country and join a long history of impassioned Scottish people in supporting the Games in Scotland.