charities, promotions, public relations, training

Stars in their eyes at celebrity event

A CHARITY which works with stars like Sharleen Spiteri and Ewan McGregor is set to give an insight into its celebrity fundraising activities and awareness campaigns. CHAS - the Children's Hospice Association Scotland - is fronting two speakers to attend an event in Edinburgh, organised by the Institute of Public Relations (IPR) in Scotland. The… Continue reading Stars in their eyes at celebrity event

Clark Eriksson Associates, events, small business, training

Royal date for engineering services firm

PRINCE Andrew has visited Clark Eriksson's offices in Falkirk. The Duke of York made the visit (on September 8) in his role as a special representative for international investment and trade. Royal sources say the Prince is keen to support small and medium-sized businesses enjoying international success. Clark Eriksson - which provides professional engineering services… Continue reading Royal date for engineering services firm

business support, public relations, training

PR Group targets Scots councils on training

THE Institute of Public Relations has written to every council in Scotland to promote its extensive training schedule north of the Border. The Institute's Scotland Group recently teamed up with London-based Communication Skills Europe to create a comprehensive PR training programme in Scotland. The courses, being held in Perth, are open to members and non-members… Continue reading PR Group targets Scots councils on training

awards, business support, small business, training

Cutting-edge firm honoured for investing in staff

A FALKIRK company at the “cutting edge” of things has earned a top business award. Cairnwell Components Ltd., of Middlefield Industrial Estate, has gained the Investors in People (IIP) Standard for its strong commitment to staff training and development. The company, which carries out computer-controlled cutting work, was launched at the end of 1999. It… Continue reading Cutting-edge firm honoured for investing in staff

business support, public sector, small business, training

Put your best ‘FEAT’ forward – and start your own business

BUDDING entrepreneurs are being encouraged to put their best "FEAT" forward . . . and attend a very special event. The Small Business Gateway Start Your Own Business Show takes place in Grangemouth this Friday, March 9. It is being hosted by Falkirk Enterprise Action Trust (FEAT) in its premises in Newhouse Business Park, with… Continue reading Put your best ‘FEAT’ forward – and start your own business