Team Eden are delighted to have been shortlisted for the second year running for the 2016 Purple Apple Marketing Awards. Our Purple Apple Best Marketing award submission was made in conjunction with our client Howgate Shopping Centre who are part of Ellandi LLP – the UK’s leading investment manager in community shopping centres. The BCSC Purple Apple Marketing Awards ceremony which takes place in London on 5th May 2016 recognises and rewards innovation and excellence in town centre and shopping centre marketing. Wish us luck!
Liddle & Anderson has been operating in Bo’ness for over 100 years. This well established and highly respected solicitors and estate agents practice has built an enviable reputation throughout Scotland for their professional and friendly service and their unrivalled legal expertise. The practice provides expert legal advice and support to individuals, small and medium-sized business and larger organisations.
Sunshine and gorgeous beaches provide the backdrop for our latest exhibition stand design showcasing Capital Cruising, part of the Forth Ports Group. Our work appears at the Seatrade Cruise Global 2016 conference and exhibition held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA.
Eden has designed exhibition stands for previous international shows in Miami, Barcelona and Hamburg. Our Fort Lauderdale exhibition stand and marketing collateral promotes Capital Cruising’s unique UK capital city connections. Supporting materials include new business cards for the exhibition team, together with coordinated promotional literature featuring exclusive trips and attractions.
Today sees the launch of a new responsive website for McInally Plant, one of the most respected providers of machinery and operator hire to the construction industry in Scotland. The company has a reputation for professional service and quality backed up by years of experience.
Innovative, forward-looking and responsive to the needs of their customers, McInally’s management team were acutely aware that to stay ahead in a competitive market they required a brand identity, logo and a marketing message that accurately represented their products and services. That’s where Eden came in.
A new brand identity and a fresh new look was unveiled today for CEA: Committed To Ending Abuse.
Last summer Eden was approached by Falkirk & District Women’s Aid.
As a founding member of the Scottish Women’s Aid network, the charity is well known for its services addressing issues of domestic abuse. The organisation is less well known for the wide range of other, groundbreaking services that it provides.
In addition to providing professionally trained 1:1 support, group work and therapeutic interventions for adults, children and young people who’ve been affected by abuse, the team help people to make decisions about accommodation, legal, financial and other matters. They also provide creative arts workshops, parenting workshops and training for other organisations. Their work includes activities that aim to actively address the root causes of abuse in society.
In the last few years, progressive societal and legislative changes led the board and senior management to conclude that their organisation needed to project a new name, image and identity.
Ballantine Castings new responsive website was launched today marking a key stage in the repositioning of one of the UK’s foremost producers of high quality, high integrity iron castings to the architectural, engineering and construction sectors.
A modern organisation with a management team whose focus is firmly on the future, Ballantine Castings has a rich and expansive track record of engineering excellence in metalwork – both in the UK and internationally with a heritage dating back to the early 1820s.
Team Eden’s work on Ballantine’s new digital presence, brand identity, and marketing collateral helps to future-proof the company. A new platform is now in place enabling the Ballantine Castings in-house team to more effectively showcase their products and services, further expanding and consolidating Ballantine’s position.