Tag Archives: Edinburgh

Advanced Text to Speech technology company CereProc launches CereVoice 3.0

ext-to-speech specialist CereProc has unveiled version 3.0 of its core synthesis technology, introducing a range of features including iPhone compatibility, improved performance and support for an enhanced range of languages. Launching version 3.0 of its core synthesis engine, CereVoice, the UK's only text-to-speech (TTS) solutions company has updated the service to enhance accessibility and performance. In a release designed to ... Read More »

Tasteee Catering Services Ltd advances expansion programme with new company premises

Tasteee Catering Services Ltd has marked a significant step in an ambitious growth strategy with its expansion into larger company premises.   Confirming the latest phase in the company’s expansion programme, the catering firm has opened new office premises in Irvine, Ayrshire, from which its UK operations will be managed.   “The company had long since outgrown the current premises ... Read More »

Engage Invest Exploit Meets Social Virtual & Online – With Huzutech

Virtual worlds creator Huzutech will be present, pitching and proud at the 2011 Engage Invest Exploit event, which takes place on May 19th at Edinburgh University’s prestigious School of Informatics. Having beaten off competition from hundreds of young, high growth companies across Scotland, Huzutech will be introducing investors, venture capitalists and business experts from around the world to the company’s ... Read More »

Tasteee Catering Services Ltd appoints Revolver PR to manage its PR and Communications strategy

Revolver PR, Scotland’s leading digitally-enabled PR agency, has been selected by Tasteee Catering Services Ltd to manage its press and communications strategy. Having enjoyed rapid growth since its launch in 2008, Ayrshire-based Tasteee Catering Services Ltd requires a digital PR strategy to support and develop further expansion. Following a competitive pitching process, Managing Director Craig Denholm has appointed Revolver PR ... Read More »

Revolver encourages property professionals to embrace digital PR

Digital PR agency Revolver is set to tell an audience of property industry professionals that they must take advantage of the online tools available to market their way out of the downturn. Revolver PR Managing Director Iain S Bruce has been invited to address an audience of architects, builders, construction lawyers and surveyors on the value of investing in a ... Read More »

Found Artwork. Edinburgh and New York

Two pieces of Artwork have been reported as FOUND as part of the Lost Not Found:Abscission series of Art Projects. One was found in the Dean Gallery as part of the current Edinburgh Art Festival project and the other at Fort Jay in New York from the Figment project in June. The Edinburgh Find is Red Corner by Sarah Tulloch ... Read More »

Leading intellectual property experts to run free business workshops at iSLI

Attendees at a free iSLI workshop are set to be shown how the effective management of intellectual property can help avoid some extremely damaging effects on businesses. In a session hosted by the Institute for Systems Level Integration in Edinburgh, two leading experts in the field of Intellectual Property (IP) are to show an audience of business leaders, investors and ... Read More »

On The Crocodile Trail, In Edinburgh…

Bristol based Artist, Heather Tweed will again be giving residents and visitors to Edinburgh the chance to search for and keep a series of small artworks that will be hidden around the City Centre. The new installation art piece was inspired by a visit to a school in Cairo whilst working on a British Council Project. The artist was startled ... Read More »

Artist inspired to Edinburgh exhibition by theft of Artwork.

The project entitled Lost not Found: Abscission takes place during August. The artist will be secreting small artworks at various locations across Edinburgh City centre, finders are requested to follow the attached instructions to participate in the project and keep the artwork. Please visit http://www.heathertweed.co.uk over the course of the project for updates, participants and final outcome. Read More »