BIG Partnership is celebrating a raft of new business worth more than £600,000.

It has secured a number of new PR and digital contracts across a range of sectors, including energy, construction, leisure and sport in recent weeks.

BIG Partnership’s Aberdeen office has won a clutch of new accounts from energy and oil and gas organisations. This includes a two-year marketing contract with AREG (Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group) and PR contracts with Bristow Helicopters, Pipetech, Ramco and M2 Subsea, as well as a wider marketing remit from existing client OPITO.

The company’s expertise in construction, property and community planning has been recognised with its appointment by Ambassador Group to handle PR, design and marketing for its new luxury housing development Park Quadrant Residences in Glasgow. The agency has also won a competitive pitch to roll out a PR and stakeholder campaign for a major new 600-unit residential development in Glasgow.

In the world of sport, the agency’s dedicated sports team won a competitive pitch to work with the PGA European Tour to promote the upcoming Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open golf tournament at Dundonald Links in Ayrshire.

BIG has been selected to handle PR for The Westfield Health British Transplant Games 2017, the flagship event of Transplant Sport, which is being held this summer in North Lanarkshire.

The food and drink team has also been selected to manage PR and social media for the launch of The Counter, the premium build-your-own-burger LA restaurant offering over a million possible combinations, which opened its first UK restaurant at The Quay, Glasgow in June.

Its digital division is also powering ahead having delivered an innovative new website for the Queensferry Crossing –, as well as design and digital strategy work for Central Taxis Edinburgh, Swagelining, Ambassador Homes and Glasgow Taxis.

BIG Partnership director Zoe Ogilvie said: “Our results-based approach is gaining significant traction with clients and it’s great to see our teams winning work across such a diverse range of sectors and disciplines.

“We are also making progress in the North of England from our Manchester office and we expect this to have a major impact on the agency’s growth in the year ahead.”

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