Scotland’s leading bicycle promotions company b-spokes needed a bright new website and rebrand to attract clients in PR and marketing. Texthouse suggested including case studies aimed at b-spokes’ main target customers in media, advertising and the public and environmental sectors. We interviewed Virgin Media, Scottish & Southern Energy and Perth & Kinross Council and wrote […]
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Archive | June, 2011
Client: Borders Textile Towerhouse Project: Leaflet, website, AV script and production Objective: Promote visitor attraction Scottish Borders Council Museums was opening an exciting new visitor centre devoted to the textile and fashion industry, and needed marketing copy for leaflets and its website, as well as an AV film on the historic Towerhouse venue. Texthouse provided […]
The National Theatre of Scotland wanted to promote its Transform Dumfries community theatre project by involving an embedded writer to report from behind the scenes. Jules wrote several features that appeared in NTS promotions and in the local press, and also recorded radio interviews.
German metals group Krupp VDM was running a series of features on the world’s best technology museums for its industry magazine, Metal Times. Texthouse was approached to report on the Materials Hall of the London Science Museum.
Favourite client Maplehurst Guesthouse have won the Creative Marketing category in the recent Scottish Borders Business Excellence Awards. We’re especially delighted because their new website was a first-time collaboration between Galashiels web designers Cohorts by Design, Texthouse and St Boswells-based Shout Photography. Linda and Derek Chapman have done a fantastic job of styling the Maplehurst […]
Fellow Borders company Jaggy Nettle were also along at the recent Scottish Borders Business Excellence Awards, where they were shortlisted in the ‘Innovation’ category for their cashmere printing technique. But that’s just by the by. Far more importantly, they’ve invented a swoonworthy range of cashmere jumpers that are perfect for playwrights. The kingfisher-and-black lovely was […]