Grayling Scottish office head quits

EDINBURGH: Grayling’s Scottish office chief John Macgill has quit after three years to join publisher Holyrood as chief executive. He will oversee its publishing and exhibition arms.

The agency has promoted associate director Illiam Costain McCade to take over the reins as director for Scotland, overseeing the five-strong operation. He joined six years ago.

Grayling’s Edinburgh office provides PA advice to clients including BT. It has also appointed Scottish National Party PRO Catherine Thurogood as a consultant.

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