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News and information about Vitis PR, the team and what we’re up to.

Scotland welcomes its new tech PR agency – Vitis PR

Last year we spoke about our ambition to open an office in Bonnie Scotland and this month we are very pleased to confirm that Vitis PR is bolstering its national client base with a brand new office North of the border – in Glenrothes, Fife to be exact. Why move? Our central location in the...

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Don’t miss the chance to ‘gain’ up to £2,000 funding

The government’s Growth Voucher scheme for SMEs ends on 31st March, but there is still time to claim your funding   For SMEs that are looking to grow but need some strategic advice on how to, the government’s Growth Voucher scheme could provide a vital cash injection. The Growth Vouchers can provide a business with...

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Get the European Seal of e-Excellence 2013 – award open for technology and digital companies

Vitis PR is one of the partners promoting this award, so please take a look at the press release below and enter.

The European Seal of e-Excellence is looking for companies that have successfully translated an innovative idea into a valuable and bankable product/service that has an excellent track record in the market.

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Vitis PR continues to reach for the stars with yet another award shortlisting

This time, our award shortlisting is for the Fresh Awards, which will be held in Manchester in March. Considering how small our four person team is, the judges have shortlisted us as one of only five ‘Sole Practitioners and Small Teams’ finalists from across the UK; mainly due to the high level of client retention...

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PR highlights from 2011

January We kicked off the year with coverage in IT Now, Computer Weekly, Test Magazine andSourcingfocus for our software quality client on its three year managed services testing contract with one of the world’s largest privately owned chain of opticians, worth in excess of £5 million. February We secured a half page in The Telegraph...

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