Marketing success for Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Marketing success for Royal Conservatoire of Scotland

Published: 08/07/2016

The marketing team within the Communications Department of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland has won a prestigious industry prize at the annual HEIST Awards for excellence in higher education.

RCS won ”˜Best Prospectus from a Specialist Institution’ for the 2016/17 publication.

RCS was also awarded silver in the Best Website category for the creativity, site functionality and effectiveness of its web strategy.

The Awards were unveiled at a gala dinner in Manchester on July 7.

Professor Jeffrey Sharkey, Principal of RCS, said:

“I am delighted that the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland has won national awards for the work undertaken in marketing and communications. These awards are Marketing ”˜Oscars’ in higher education and special thanks and congratulations go to Linda Innes and to Ken Dundas and to everyone in the marketing team who played a part in curating content for the print and digital media.

“Well done to everyone across RCS who plays their part in making this place the world-class institution that it is. From the venues team and box office and front of house, to Artistic Planning and Marketing, Academic and Administrative Support, Library, Estates, Domestic Services, Client Services and of course, our student and staff performers who make us what we are. It’s wonderful to see the tremendous hard work and care put in by colleagues throughout Scotland’s national conservatoire being recognised by our peers.”

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