Clarion Communications wins Millar & Bryce

Scottish conveyancer appoints Clarion for B2B and trade PR

Land and property search firm Millar & Bryce has appointed Clarion Communications to spearhead its trade and B2B PR in Scotland.

Clarion’s primary brief is to handle brand building and content generation to help the 140-year-old property firm cement a reputation as a major contributor to the Scottish “conveyancing conversation”.

“Millar & Bryce has an unrivalled legacy in Scottish law, combining time honoured expertise with modern day innovation,” said Amanda Meyrick, Clarion CEO. “We’re looking forward to working with such a prestigious business on some really exciting and topical subjects in the coming months.”

Paul Kerr, Miller & Bryce sales and marketing director, added. “Millar & Bryce has undergone a significant period of change and investment in recent years, and PR forms a major part of this.  We believe in best practice in everything we do, and we are very excited to be working with Clarion to communicate our transformation journey and services to the market.”

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