A large portion of our day-to-day work deals with ongoing PR activity, such as proactively cultivating and placing stories, maintaining relationships with journalists, advising and planning PR activities that will generate national, as well as local, press coverage.
The political landscape of Scotland is constantly changing and the future of the country is now centre stage and dominates all areas of public policy; and all decision makers need to be aware of the ever and fast changing dynamics of Scottish politics.
Almost any organisation will, inevitably, encounter crises, emergencies, and difficult situations – some of these will be foreseen and can be planned for in a structured way; others will appear from nowhere and will have to be dealt with as events unfold.
A famous frog once sang, “it’s not easy being green”. With COP26 in Glasgow on the horizon, the UK and
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Halogen Communications has an excellent understanding and insight into Scottish policy, public affairs and public relations. They have provided us with crucial advice and counsel on a wide range of topics over the years. They are diligent, hard working and go above and beyond.
Joanna Campbell – Principal and Chief Executive, Dumfries and Galloway College.
Halogen Communications are without doubt the best PR & Public Affairs Consultants in Scotland – they have supported ASSC over past 4 years through very challenging times – would not want to work with anyone else!
Fiona Campbell – Chief Executive, Association of Scotland’s Self-Caterers.