Our partners include . . .
RWE npower renewables
We're working with RWE npower renewables on their proposed wind farm development at Ashmark Hill in East Ayrshire. We've liaised with community groups, hosted a public exhibition in New Cumnock and published a newsletter to provide more information on the proposed development. Meanwhile we're engaged in ongoing discussions about the plan with local residents and shared their feedback with our client.
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Volunteer Development Scotland
VDS is working hard to improve the quality of the volunteering experience for the people of Scotland and they've asked us to assist. Our work is helping to challenge preconceptions about volunteering and the part it plays in Scottish society.
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Dunfermline Delivers (City Business Improvement District Company)
Dunfermline is a thriving city with a great story to tell and our activities on behalf of Dunfermline Delivers are helping to get share that message. MGC has worked with local and national media to highlight Dunfermline Delivers initiatives, including the promotion of the highly-popular annual Bruce Festival event.
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McAdam King Recruitment and Selection
We're helping McAdam King, one of Scotland's most respected recruitment and selection firms, to raise their profile. We also publicised the launch of MK's new business psychology division.
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As part of its ongoing tourism strategy the Promoting Fife team at Fife Council commissioned a visitor guide to showcase the quality and breadth of Fife's tourism offering. The resulting 32-page guide was the first of its kind for Fife and has been used at various events and expo's to promote Fife to a global audience.
Dunfermline & West Fife Local Tourism Association
The Dunfermline & West Fife Visitor Guide was commissioned by the area's Local Tourism Association in the spring of 2011. Dunfermline has a rich mix of heritage, landscape and tourist attractions, connected by a strong transport infrastructure. The guide is the first time that a bespoke, high quality print publication has been produced for the visitor audience. It has been distributed locally through the LTA and made available nationally through Fife's Tourism Partnership.