The Week That Was #329

1. Sharing an adventure holiday across the Irish Sea

Dolphins, puffins and seals are just a small slice of what you’re able to experience on a holiday in Wales. Last month we organised a family trip for an Irish Times journalist on behalf of our client, Celtic Routes, a tourism partnership between three Welsh counties and three Irish counties. Coverage from the press trip was published online and in the broadsheet’s weekend magazine last Saturday. From a boat trip to Skomer island and a vintage train ride alongside the Teifi river, you’ll find plenty of inspiration for a trip to west Wales.

2 .Helping to launch the Moondance million

Moondance Cancer Initiative exist to find, fund and fuel brilliant people and brave ideas. This week, they announced their £1million Early Detection & Diagnosis Funding Call to support the implementation of changes that will increase the number of cancers diagnosed at an earlier stage in Wales. As part of our work to support to Moondance, we designed some bespoke graphics to help shout about the funding call far and wide and worked with stakeholders in the sector to share the news with their networks.

3. Talking changes in the law for cosmetic procedures with Aesthetic Medicine magazine

There are big changes coming to the legal framework that governs the aesthetics sector and our client, online learning provider Learna, will be one of the organisations helping to deliver them. In the new issue of Aesthetic Medicine magazine we arranged for Learna’s Programme Lead for the MSc in Cosmetic Medicine, Dr Ana Cristina Diniz Silva, to author a feature discussing the new changes – which aim to make the sector more transparent and make practitioners far more accountable to their patients. The feature also outlines the role Learna will play in this new landscape with the launch of their new accredited Fast Track Assessment course for practitioners. Read all about it here.

4. Exploring a world of learning with Seren

From Aberystwyth and Oxford University, all the way to Boston College and the University of Florida. Even in a world of virtual education, nothing can stop our client Seren from unlocking a world of learning.

Today marks the last day of the Seren International Online Summer School, a fortnight long programme that invites year 12 learners from across Wales to explore their dream degree subjects and embrace the excitement of university study. Sharing the common goal of helping learners reach the stars, we’ve partnered with expert lecturers in the realms of law, humanities, medicine, biomedical science and beyond to deliver unique masterclasses and unmissable advice sessions to Wales’ brightest learners. Follow our journey on the Seren Twitter.

5. Hotelier & Hospitality Design magazine spotlight Bisley

Our client, office furniture manufacturer Bisley, recently partnered with the Celtic Collection’s new Tŷ Hotel location in Milford Haven, to design and deliver bespoke furniture for their 100 bedrooms. The collaboration is given a full-page spotlight in the new issue of Hotelier & Hospitality Design magazine – a trade title dedicated to the latest news and updates in the world of hospitality design, trends and innovation. Check it out here on page 24.