The Women’s Tour of Scotland is a new and permanent fixture on the professional cycling calendar, taking place on the 9th – 11th August 2019.
“Deloitte will be sponsoring the Young Rider’s Jersey. By supporting young riders, you’re supporting grassroots.”
We’re thrilled to partner with Deloitte for the first ever edition of the Women’s Tour of Scotland, a landmark event. #WTOS
Produced for Deloitte Digital with the BIG Partnership.
Isle of Arran Distillers launch they’re stunning new bottle range.
Last month we hung out at Thunder in the Glens in the Cairngorms where we spoke to bikers about why they come and what safety tips they could share. The video’s were produced for the Scottish Government’s ‘Live Fast Die Old’ campaign.
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It’s been a busy few months for our client Isle of Arran distillers. Firstly, we produced a James Bond style social media ad with master distiller James MacTaggart to promote a new blend. And then we documented the opening of the company’s jaw-droppingly beautiful new distillery at Lagg at the south end of the island.
Be sure to check it out if you’re visiting Arran. For more info about Lagg distillery visit
In collaboration with SMARTS Communicate and the Scottish Government we produced a trilogy of case studies portraying three different experiences of hate crime.
Police Scotland takes hate crime very seriously. In the last year there were over 5,300 charges of hate crime reported to the Procurator Fiscal in Scotland. However, there are many more incidents that go unreported. We all have a responsibility to report hate crime if we witness it – it’s the only way we can challenge it, and put an end to it for good.
Hate crime can be verbal or physical and has hugely damaging effects on the victims, their families and communities.It comes in many forms and examples, including:
Race (e.g. threatened because of where they are from or the colour of their skin)
Religion (e.g. have abuse shouted at them because of their beliefs or religious dress)
Sexual orientation (e.g. tormented because they’re holding hands with another person of the same gender)
Transgender identity (e.g. humiliated, intimidated or threatened online for being transgender)
Disability (e.g. attacked because they are disabled)
Support the campaign and use #ReportHate on social media to help put an end to hate crime in Scotland. For more info visit
We recently worked with Hollywood actor and activist Michael Sheen to help promote the Scottish Government’s People, Not Profit campaign. We filmed on location with the Big Partnership at Capital Credit Union in Edinburgh. Michael’s a huge advocate of employing the services of credit unions over more conventional banks and lenders. Here he tells us why.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon reflects on the amazing work and legacy of Dr Elsie Inglis and the Scottish Women’s Hospitals movement ahead of commemorations at St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh on 29 November 2017.
Qualifying in 1892, Scotswoman Dr Elsie Inglis was one of the country’s first female doctors. A solid supporter of the suffrage movement, when war broke out in 1914, she saw an opportunity for women to play their part and prove they could be as gifted and valuable as men.
Three staff portraits produced for Isle of Arran Distillers. The suite of films was designed to bring whisky enthusiasts closer to their favourite brand and gain further insight into what makes the Arran Single Malt such a distinguishable product.
We developed a social media campaign with Irvine Bay Regeneration company and The Royal Society of Edinburgh to inspire the next generation of scientists in Scotland. Short films featured Scotland’s leading scientists, innovators and creatives, including Minecraft developer Chris Van Der Kuyl, astronomer Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, forensic anthropologist Professor Sue Black, writer Ian Rankin and television presenter and geologist Professor Iain Stewart. These short videos were designed to be shared across Twitter, Facebook and YouTube and were built around the question: Why do you love science?
Four crofters from Skye and the Western Highlands discuss why crofters need to make their voices heard in the Crofting Commission elections in March 2017. Commissioned by the Scottish Government to encourage crofters across Scotland to make their vote count.