It keeps on coming – we’ve been working with several business people this week, including the proprietors of Jack’s Coffee House at the Falkirk Business Hub and serial entrepreneur, investor and inspirational speaker, Russell Dalgleish, who travels the world speaking at seminars and conferences.
Husband and wife team Derek and Suzy at Jack’s are completing their website and we’ll be helping out with the wording. They’ve also had the vision to think of using a professionally shot and edited video as a promotional tool for the business and Steeple Media will be assisting with that too – but hopefully when the weather improves, as the light in Scotland for filming is at its best between June and August. Watch out for it not only on the website, but also on social media platforms, including Youtube.
If you’re in the area, why not drop in? Jack’s Coffee House does simple but classic meals, cooked to perfection. It’s already been well received by locals and is worth supporting. And soon you’ll be able to spend lazy, laid-back Sundays browsing the papers over coffee or a meal, in a relaxed atmosphere, at Jack’s. We’ll keep you posted as to when – and watch this space for a review of Jack’s cuisine!
Russell is one of Scotland’s leading entrepreneurs and motivational business speakers, and we filmed him delivering a Masterclass to interested business folk this week. Many said they were inspired by Russell’s advice and said they thought it would help their business grow. You can catch the video on Russell’s site soon. And on ours.
The diversity of this job is amazing – last week we were filming a play written by a student at the Scottish Conservoire in Glasgow. The play is done in conjunction with the Red Cross and looks at the issue of immigration and refugees, at a time when Scotland is to play host to many Commonwealth countries.
The play will be rolled out initially to schools in the Glasgow area and the Red Cross hope it will encourage pupils to ‘’make a welcoming action’’ to people from overseas who might find themselves in difficult situations when coming to Scotland or the rest of the UK.
And we’ve also been busy with our old friends at GRS Homes. They’ve some happy news to announce – they’ve been nominated in the Scottish Home Awards, for the fifth year in a row. They’ve been put forward in no fewer than three categories and we spent time this week writing a media release for the local press and trade mags. Here’s hoping they’ll be celebrating at the awards ceremony in Edinburgh in June. And they also have more exciting news on new developments to announce soon – see their blog for more.
GRS Homes also want their website updated, so my friend Keith from Supaweavers and I are meeting this week to discuss. Hopefully Graham can make it too and we can decide on where the summit should be held – the Wheatsheaf or the Woodside Inn!