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BIG gets rocking in Granite City


By The Drum Team | Editorial

September 3, 2002 | 1 min read

The BIG Partnership’s Aberdeen office is set to break through the £300,000 turnover mark in its first year, after a raft of new business wins.

The office, which is headed up by former Beattie account director Zoe Corsi, has picked up PR business for Highlands & Islands Tourist Board, John Lawrie Group, Amerada Hess, Jenkins & Marr and Tartan TV.

The consultancy has also appointed a former Press & Journal reporter, Nat Anderson, to handle the influx of work. Anderson has spent the last twelve months as a PR officer in local government and will now handle the new clients as well as existing clients handled from Aberdeen, which include Aberdeen Football Club and Aberdeen Asset Management.

Andersen’s appointment now takes the total number of people BIG has in Aberdeen to five.


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