“All is going well. We are happy with the work from Scene & Herd, people are talking about our products and services, this PR lift is exactly what we wanted to achieve.”
Davidsons Animal Feeds
Davidsons Animal Feeds
Jackie Farquhar, Economic Development Officer, Cairngorms National Park Authority
Without exception, the businesses, organisations, charities and individuals we work with are highly skilled, highly ambitious and a pleasure to work for.
House of Bluebell
A new brand of beautifully designed and tailored ladies pure wool clothing and accessories, all woven and made in Scotland.
Cairngorms National Park Authority
Scene & Herd was commissioned to write the Marketing Campaign Plan for the food and drink sector in the Cairngorms National Park, the largest National Park in the UK, which is as resident population over 17,000 and welcomes many thousands of visitors each year.
Now sold as part of a merger, Scaled Energy was a specialist installer of small wind turbines.
100% natural energy drink SUPER!NATURAL launched in its home town of Inverness in 2012 and still expanding fast across the UK. Perfect for busy people!
Well known Fife butchery who sell via Farmers’ Markets, online and also from their newly opened butchery at Dobbies Dunfermline. Puddledub bacon is known Scotland wide, with Nick Nairn and Sarah Brown both big fans, and all meat is sourced as locally as possible, if not grown on the home farm.
Skyeskyns, manufacturers and suppliers of finest quality sheepskins, is a family business established on the Isle of Skye in 1983. www.skyeskyns.co.uk
Self Guard – a security firm offering state of the art security systems and advice to farmers and rural businesses to help fight rising rural crime rates.
SAAVA (Scottish Agricultural Arbiters and Valuers Association)
Membership association serving agricultural arbiters, valuers, auctioneers, surveyors, solicitors, accountants and other professionals.
Manufacturers of livestock tagging solutions, Roxan and their TagFaster system has a tag readability of 98%, making it the leader in its field. Overall sales increased by 50% in the first 12 months of Scene & Herd being involved.
Future Farming Award
This award, run and funded by the Elizabeth Murray Trust, is an annual Award which recognises and promotes practical ideas for improving the sustainability of farming in Scotland.
Scene & Herd has worked with Claydon Drills, manufacturers of the most sustainable direct drilling/strip tillage technique in Northern Europe to help them to grow awareness within the Scottish marketplace.
Part of Acoura, SFQC provides independent client-focused assessment, certification and associated services to food and farming businesses throughout the UK. As a result of the assessments and checks SFQC make throughout the food chain they help consumers know more about the food they purchase and consume.
The home of friendly, rural, assessed Bed & Breakfast, Self-Catering, Camping and Caravan sites.
Fenton Barns Nursery
Based at North Berwick in East Lothian, Fenton Barns Nursery offers a unique experience for children. Concentrating on outdoor learning and locally produced food the nursery promotes learning and a healthy lifestyle.
This exciting and delicious product is available throughout the UK. A fruity, fat free iced dessert bursting with vitamins & antioxidants, Ice Delight is made using fruit produced in East Lothian on the family fruit farm.
Lantra is the Sector Skills Council for the land-based and environmental industries.
LEAF Open Farm Sunday
Linking Environment and Farming (LEAF) run Open Farm Sunday which takes place in June each year throughout the UK. The event aims to bring the public closer to food and farming by allowing them the chance to meet the farmers who grow their food. To learn more, visit www.farmsunday.org. Scene & Herd helped to promote events in Scotland for a number of years.
Thistly Cross Cider
Using good quality, fresh ingredients, Thistly Cross has established itself in a few short years as one of the leading innovative drinks companies in Scotland and represents the new wave of small batch, craft producers. Their range of superb flavours is available in a range of outlets.
Zero Waste Scotland
Working alongside fellow PR agency Golley Slater, we provided the agricultural and rural specialisation on a project to promote the use of renewable energy on farms.
Robertson Lindsay Interiors
Robertson Lindsay Interiors’ prides itself on having a professional, approachable and accessible ethos. As well as working with large budgets on whole house design projects they also love the work that goes with smaller intimate design. Based in Edinburgh Robertson Lindsay offers services across Scotland and the UK.
Institute of Auctioneers and Appraisers in Scotland (IAAS)
The group which represents every livestock auction in Scotland.
Royal Highland Show President’s Initiative
Scene & Herd worked with the 2010 Royal Highland Show President, the late Sir Garth Morrison, to project manage and promote an exciting initiative at the Royal Highland Show in June, entitled “Discover Careers…from farm to fork”. The initiative was aimed at highlighting all the career opportunities available to young people within the farming and food and drink industries.
Craigie’s Farm Deli and Cafe
We provide PR support to John Sinclair, who runs Craigie’s at South Queensferry, helping him to raise awareness of the shop and cafe and boost visitor numbers to the farm and the special events.
So, don’t just take our word for it, read about some of our recent successes here:
““I have worked with Scene & Herd since 2009 and they have provided an efficient and incisive PR and marketing service, getting our messages out to those who matter.
“They truly understand the rural sector and those who live and work in it. I would certainly recommend them to any business looking to enhance its reputation and build awareness.””Andrew Douglas MillerEntrepreneur and former owner of Jenner’s Department Store, Edinburgh
““Scene & Herd's involvement with the Rural Projects portfolio of events (AgriScot, Gardening Scotland and the Edinburgh Coffee Festival) has quickly expanded as their skills were easily recognisable.
Scene & Herd now provide an extensive and a very valuable service to the business. The team has a wide range of skills and all members are energetic, enthusiastic, extremely professional and well organised. I would have no hesitation in recommending Scene & Herd to anyone.””Martin DareManaging Director, Rural Projects