It’s as busy as ever here at gpr HQ! Two weeks ago we were delighted to work with Faith Simpson Accountants to deliver a fabulous launch party in honour of the company’s new Edinburgh office at 26 Dublin Street. We had rugby legend Hamish Watson, with Gordon Hood of the Rugby Partnership (Twitter), and Gregor Lawson, co-founder of Morph Costumes (Twitter), addressing the crowd telling their personal stories of entrepreneurship. They were both wonderful speakers and we were delighted to host them. The canapés, supplied by Patti and Jules (Twitter), were to die for. The vegetarian selection in particular was outstanding. Complimenting the food perfectly were the wines provided by Villenevue Wines (Twitter); we couldn’t have asked for better service! Kingsford Offices (Twitter) were, as always, fantastic hosts and suit Faith’s business perfectly – effortlessly cutting edge!
To immortalise such a significant event in Faith Simpson Accountants’ history we had the event filmed. It’s a lovely short film about Faith’s personal journey to where she is today and captures the buzzing atmosphere of the party perfectly. You can view the video below.
We enjoyed ourselves immensely on this project and it was incredibly satisfying to see Faith’s hard work and effort building her business manifest itself in a well-attended, enjoyable party with amazing guests and fascinating speakers. We’re just upset we can’t throw parties every week!
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