20 February 2012 - 3:10pm | posted by | 0 comments

Assembly Rooms appoints CM Porter Novelli for PR support in lead up to relaunch

Assembly Rooms appoints CM Porter Novelli for PR support in lead up to relaunchAssembly Rooms appoints CM Porter Novelli for PR support in lead up to

Assembly Rooms has appointed CM Porter Novelli to handle the PR and marketing in the lead up to its relaunch in summer following a £9.3m refurbishment project.

Anne McMunn, CM Porter Novelli director, said: “CM Porter Novelli is the ideal partner for this project. Not only do we have extensive experience of working with the City of Edinburgh Council and other public sector and tourism organisations, but we have also worked with many of Scotland’s iconic launches and announcements. This is a fantastic appointment for us and we’re thrilled to be working with the Assembly Rooms team at such an exciting time. We are confident that we can achieve some great results together.”

The agency will help the event facilities in the run up to the launch, as well as during the launch itself.

Shona Clelland, general manager of Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh, said: “When completed, the restored and refurbished Assembly Rooms will provide flexible, best-in-class facilities suitable for hosting a range of events. This is a landmark stage in the venue’s history, and we’re delighted to have CM Porter Novelli supporting us.”

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