Scottish public relations company Breen Media has announced three new client wins.
The company has been appointed to promote the Knowledge Transfer Account (KTA) at the University of Glasgow, which is designed to encourage closer collaboration between industry and the nanotechnology research being carried out at the university. The University is a recognised centre of excellence in the field of nanotechnology and it has been awarded £3.1 million for the KTA from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).
Glasgow-based digital design and brand agency, Front Page Design, has appointed Breen Media to raise its profile in the Scottish business and UK tourism and design press. Front Page, which this year celebrates its 20th year in business, works with a range of international tourism businesses including the Walt Disney Company, Royal Caribbean International and the Canadian Tourism Commission.
Finally, Breen Media is working with the Positive Action Club, a Scottish enterprise which brings together companies from diverse backgrounds to brainstorm and solve individual business problems.
Breen Media, which is based in Uddingston, Glasgow, was formed by former national newspaper journalists Stephen Breen and Mairi Mallon.