Posts Tagged ‘new appointment’

SEP Announces Promotions

Monday, February 9th, 2015

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Scottish Equity Partners (SEP) has announced three promotions in its investment team.

Gordon Beveridge and Tony Robison will both take up the role of Director. Angus Conroy has been promoted to Senior Analyst.
Gordon Beveridge, based in SEP’s London office, is one of SEP’s most experienced investment executives, and has a particular focus on IT software and services businesses.

Tony Robison plays a key role in SEP’s energy investments. He has over 20 years commercial and financial experience, having held senior management and board positions in a number of high growth, technology companies.
Angus Conroy has been with SEP for the last 3 years and his promotion reflects his increasing responsibilities within deal execution and support.

Calum Paterson, Managing Partner of SEP, said: “Our people, culture and values are integral to the excellent partnerships that we form with the entrepreneurs and management teams in the companies we invest in. I am delighted to announce these promotions, which underline the strength and depth of our investment team.”

Hot Tin Roof Gravitate Towards Success

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

Hot Tin Roof has been appointed by HR management consultancy Gravitate HR to design and implement a PR campaign that will build their reputation in key markets and position them as leaders in outsourced HR support.

This news strengthens Hot Tin Roof’s reputation as one of Scotland’s leading PR specialists for small businesses, and follows a series of recent important account wins in the SME sector, including miiCard, C2 Software and Praxa.

Margery McBain of Gravitate HR comments: “We are extremely passionate about the business so it is important to work with companies who also share our enthusiasm. We believe that Hot Tin Roof has this commitment, as well as the creative and practical skills to help us achieve our business goals.  We look forward to seeing the results.”

Gravitate HR provide bespoke outsourced HR support services to small to medium sized businesses. They are a full service outsourced HR advice and support company specialising in workplace dispute resolution, performance management processes and HR policy.

Launched in 2006 by Margery McBain, the company works with a number of high profile companies including Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland, Rettie & Co and the Edinburgh International Film Festival and Filmhouse.

The name of the company is based on the concept of drawing people together towards a common purpose – gravitate.  By getting the employment house in order, Gravitate helps companies to save money and make them more productive.

Hot Tin Roof’s Director Sarah Lee comments: “People are the very core of an organisation so Gravitate HR’s work is vital to ensure that businesses are as productive, profitable and efficient as possible. They are a great company, with a fantastic team headed up by Margery, working to provide businesses with ongoing advice and support. We look forward to working with them and positioning them as the number one choice for outsourced HR.”

For more information contact Lauren Cormack.

As seen in The Drum.

Praxa Hire Hot Tin Roof to Boost Media Profile

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Hot Tin Roof’s reputation as one of Scotland’s leading PR agencies for digital and technology SMEs was further strengthened with today’s announcement of its appointment by specialist IT company, Praxa.

The Edinburgh-based PR firm will seek to raise Praxa’s profile and position the company as a powerful, independent force in Business Intelligence and web app development. Hot Tin Roof will also build the reputations of its founders as opinion formers and thought leaders.

Allan Sheriffs, director of Praxa comments: “This is an exciting time for us as we look to develop new products and services, and move into new markets. Hot Tin Roof have an excellent reputation for delivering results, and we believe they have the skills and experience to help us maximise these opportunities and aid our ambitious business objectives.”

Praxa is one of Scotland’s leading business intelligence companies, working with high profile organisations including the NHS, Business Stream and Deutsche Bank. Praxa design systems that improve business performance ensuring that the right information gets to the right people at the right time.

Its three founders, Nicole Allan, David Allan and Allan Sheriffs, share a wealth of IT experience in both the public and private sector, enabling Praxa to devise, implement and consolidate highly effective solutions for their clients.

Hot Tin Roof’s Director Sarah Lee comments: “Despite the current economic climate, the Scottish technology industry is a vibrant and growing sector. We are delighted to be working with Praxa, and look forward to building their reputation as a leading force in the Business Intelligence and web app development communities.”

For more information contact Sarah Lee.

About Hot Tin Roof

Hot Tin Roof is a dynamic, independent PR agency creating iconic reputations for pioneering UK companies.  Specialising in the internet technology sector, Hot Tin Roof’s campaigns blend cutting edge digital PR with robust traditional media strategies.

From short, sharp projects to heavy weight strategy sustained over the long term, Hot Tin Roof creates iconic reputations built on concrete communication.

Hot Tin Roof provides media relations, reputation, event and crisis management for business and consumer organisations with clients including Money Dashboard, Flexiant, RMD Power and Cooling, Edge Testing Solutions and User Vision.

As published in The Drum.


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