Glasgow City Council appoints Tayburn to handle brand strategy contract

By Gillian West | Social media manager

February 20, 2013 | 1 min read

Glasgow City Council has awarded its brand strategy contract, thought to be worth close to £30,000, to Edinburgh-based Tayburn.

The contract was awarded to Tayburn in early February, with the appointment revealed yesterday (19 February).

According to the appointment notice sent out by the Scottish Government, the contract is valued at £29,925 and saw three tenders submitted.

The news follows the announcement that former Leith Agency senior designer Matt Robinson has joined the agency as its new design director and changes to its board of directors, that saw Richard Simpson appointed to the board to drive growth and innovation.

Simpson was previously in charge of the agency’s business development, of his appointment non-executive chairman, Erick Davidson, who founded Tayburn in 1979, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Richard onto the Board to help drive our growth plans. He has a wealth of experience in the sector and has demonstrated in the four years he has been with us a clear understanding of how creativity can help drive commercial success for our clients.”

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