Material Communications Group
Before starting out on her own Hannah Innes worked as a Senior Account Manager with Material Communications Group, Alasdair Wallace, a Director at the company, had this to say about Hannah:
“Hannah has extensive knowledge of the music, arts and culture sector in the UK – from representing brands on some of the biggest music partnerships in the UK, including The SSE Hydro and T in the Park, to delivering for charity and not-for-profit organisations, Hannah knows how to drive value for her clients and get their message heard.”
Hannah has since worked with Material on a freelance basis on projects including the 2017 Scottish Music Awards and Comic Relief 2019.
Tiree Music Festival
Hannah Innes Communications manages the PR Strategy for Tiree Music Festival.
Daniel Gillespie. Director and co-founder, Tiree Music Festival CIC, said this on working with Hannah:
“After working with a PR firm for 5 years, we decided to change to an individual to lead on our communications and Hannah was the outstanding candidate. Not only did she deliver on all the targets set, she immediately integrated herself into the team and community spirit that is central to our event. She was professional, pro-active and a pleasure to work with.”
Glasgow Jazz Festival
Hannah Innes Communications leads on the PR campaign for the Glasgow Jazz Festival. The team also work on the event management and PR strategy for the annual Scottish Jazz Awards.
Jill Rodger – Artistic Director of the Festival, said this on Hannah as a professional:
“Hannah has the ultimate ‘can do’ attitude – and approaches everything with positive energy and a professional manner.”
Toonspeak Young People’s Theatre
Hannah Innes Communications works with Youth Theatre Group Toonspeak on their (very first) Theatre Show, ‘Ma Bit’ which took place in the Tron Theatre in Glasgow. She also worked on their 2018 production TELT! and the team are looking forward to working on they 2019 production this summer. Paula Morgan, the Programme Producer at Toonspeak, said this:
“What you need in a press officer is someone with key contacts, a great temperament, a fantastic work ethic and likeability. Hannah has all of this. We had great coverage for our production ‘Ma Bit’ when she worked with us (Toonspeak). The young people and their parents were absolutely delighted to see some of them on the telly and in the press. Great experience and great for their confidence too. We would 100% work with her again.”
Sweat It Festival
Hannah Innes Communications works with Sweat It Festival; Scotland’s boutique health and fitness event that takes place each year, showcasing the best of Glasgow’s wellbeing scene.
Knockengorroch World Ceilidh
Hannah Innes Communications works with Knockengorroch World Ceilidh on their PR campaign. Knockengorroch is a festival that was born from a love of roots music and created to bring great music to the hills of Galloway.
The Blue Arrow
We also worked on the event management and PR campaign for the official opening of Glasgow’s first ever dedicated Jazz Bar, The Blue Arrow.
Broadwood Live by the Loch
2018 saw the inaugural Broadwood Live by the Loch festival taking place at Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld with Dougie MacLean, Mànran and the Red Hot Chilli Pipers. Hannah Innes Communications were lucky enough to lead on the PR campaign for this exciting new festival.
Glasgow 2018 European Championships
Hannah worked on the PR campaign for the festival programme that ran as part of the Glasgow 2018 European Championships during the summer of 2018.
Glasgow 2019 European Indoor Athletics Championships
Hannah worked on the PR campaign for the launch of the Glasgow 2019 European Indoor Athletics Championships that came to Glasgow in March 2019.
Hannah Innes Communications has also managed the Album Launch PR Strategies for the following musicians and bands:
Adam Holmes and the Embers
Ross Martin and Eilidh Shaw
Iain Thomson and Marc Duff
Mary Ann Kennedy
Hannah Innes Communications also works with artists on UK Tour PR campaigns, including:
Blazin’ Fiddles, Breabach, Boo Hewerdine & Darden Smith, Coig, Coven, Elephant Sessions, Fara, Frank Burkitt Band, Gigspanner, Gentlemen of Few, ímar, Jenna Reid, Jon Boden, Katie Docherty & the Navigators, Lauren MacColl, Mànran, Mary Ann Kennedy, Oran Bagraidh Project, Peter Knight & John Spiers, Phil Cunningham’s Christmas Songbook, Rab Noakes & Brooks Williams, Rachel Newton, Ross & Ali and Steeleye Span.