Falkirk leads the way in public relations and communications

March 4, 2011 by  

The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) recently announced its new chair-person for CIPR Scotland as being Caroline Binnie, the head of Communications for Falkirk Council. This is both an honour for Caroline Binnie personally no doubt, but is also a real boost for public relations and communications in Falkirk in general, as well as offering printing companies in Falkirk a sense of pride that the area is being recognised as a leader in terms of printed communications. Companies offering digital printing in Falkirk have in the past worked with Falkirk Council and Caroline Binnie to spread messages about the work done by the council so the fact that she is now heading up a prestigious organisation that champions great communication for businesses throughout Scotland is a real boost to these companies.

The Chartered Institute for Public Relations works with businesses and organisations throughout the UK to promote high-quality, professional communications practices whether this is via websites, verbally in meetings and conferences or via printed literature using analogue or digital printing. Falkirk council has often been recognised as having excellent public relations and communications skills and the appointment of a council member of staff to such a prestigious role in an organisation like the CIPR speaks volumes about Falkirk Council. Both the council itself and local businesses, including printing companies in Falkirk see this as a positive piece of coverage for the region and they aim to continue championing excellence in communication.