Glasgow-based specialist communications consultancy Perceptive Communicators is continuing to grow after adding three new clients to its portfolio.
Perth & Kinross Council has appointed Perceptive to deliver an integrated media relations and social media campaign aimed at attracting new carers into paid roles across its locality. Wavegarden Scotland has selected the agency to support its public consultation and profile development as it seeks planning approval to create Scotland’s first wave park at Craigpark Quarry near Ratho, and purpose built student accommodation provider true Student has chosen Perceptive to help raise its profile as it brings more than £40bn investment to Scotland.
Existing client Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) has also extended its relationship with Perceptive through a part-time cover arrangement where Perceptive staff are providing flexible in-house website, social media and events support while the Centre completes recruitment for two marketing roles.
Marc Carter, Managing Director of true Student said: “Since appointing Perceptive to handle PR for true in Glasgow and Newcastle, we have been hugely impressed by both the creative and imaginative way that Perceptive have approached the brand, and the significant success they have achieved in creating traction for true through a wide range of media. It’s clear that great attention has been paid to our brand philosophy, and the pieces and positioning subsequently created by the Perceptive team have captured our message most eloquently. The reach into the media that was promised has been more than achieved, and we are delighted with the consistent and personal interest taken in our project and brand. We see Perceptive as a key part of our team now in Glasgow, and look forward to working closely with them as we continue to develop our presence in Scotland.”
Andrew Hadden, co-founder of Wavegarden Scotland said: “Perceptive was recommended to us by trusted advisors. We have really appreciated the team’s experience and help in guiding us through this process.”
Julie McLauchlan, founder and Managing Director of Perceptive Communicators, said: “Our exclusively expert team who have all been clients themselves means that we deliver not only higher quality client results, but also achieve these results more quickly. We’re glad this shone through in our proposals to Perth & Kinross Council, Wavegarden Scotland and true Student, and are delighted with the results we are already delivering with them.”
Perceptive Communicators recently celebrated its 10th anniversary and was also named Outstanding Small Consultancy at the recent CIPR Pride Scotland Awards.