Kirsty’s strategic and creative PR approach delivers results which are outcome focused – helping you meet your organisational or campaign objectives. Success is measured by how the work of Kirsty Innes PR helps to drive business or influence customer behaviour – whether it is about generating support for a cause or new business leads, fundraising, encouraging greater customer spend or even simply raising awareness of a brand/product or initiative.
Kirsty will work with you to set specific and measurable communications objectives that will ensure results which fit with your objectives.
“With her excellent PR & marketing knowledge and experience, especially in tourism and visitor attractions, Kirsty provided invaluable support to the Seabird Centre when we were between Marketing Managers. I have no hesitation in recommending Kirsty for a similar role in the future.”
Tom Brock, Chief Executive of the Scottish Seabird Centre.
“I would have no hesitation in recommending Kirsty as an invaluable addition to any PR campaign.”
Helen Croney, former Public Relations Manager at the Scottish Book Trust (for Book Week Scotland).
“During her time at Children 1st, Kirsty positively delivered some significant change management within the charity’s communications team. With drive and determination, she developed (and directed the team to deliver) new strategies which were very effective in helping to achieve business goals across the organisation including fundraising and awareness raising.”
Julie Lowe, former Fundraising Manager at Children 1st (now Head of Development at Preston Lodge Learning Foundation).
“I was always really struck by Kirsty’s professional approach, her ability to see the story that would connect with our audiences and her willingness and commitment to deliver great results for the team, every time.”
Emma Hutton, human rights, equality and social justice leader. Currently Communications & Participation Manager for the Scottish Human Rights Commission.
“Kirsty Innes has… a strong strategic approach which, combined with her extensive tourism experience and individual tenacity and drive, has delivered positive PR coverage never before achieved for our region. Her digital savvy approach and extensive range of media contacts has resulted in impressive outputs.”
Wilma Finlay, Chair of Destination Dumfries and Galloway.
“Kirsty is formidably tenacious when delivering and her determination is evident through her track record of PR success and associated accolades.”
Ewan Colville, Bright Signals customer engagement consultancy
“Kirsty is a hard working, committed professional who throws herself fully into the task at hand and works well to ensure the best results.”
Helen Campbell, Head of UK & Ireland Marketing at VisitScotland.
“Kirsty…is professional, creative and always delivers.”
Marie Christie, International Events Director, EventScotland
For more recommendations from those she has worked with, visit Kirsty’s LinkedIn page.
Kirsty and her client Scottish Book Trust were shortlisted for the CIPR PRide Awards 2016 for Book Week Scotland 2015.
In 2013 Kirsty was presented with a Silver CIPR PRide Award for Best Low Budget Campaign for her work with Bright Signals Marketing and the Dumfries & Galloway Wild Spring Festival. She was the only independent PR practitioner in Scotland to be presented with an award that year.
For more about Kirsty’s accolades and achievements visit her LinkedIn page.