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Royal High School Preservation Trust/National Centre for Music

The Royal High School on Calton Hill became part of Edinburgh’s landscape in 1829. Designed by Thomas Hamilton, it stood proudly as a physical link between the city’s Old Town and New Town. Today it is both an exceptional example of the neo-classical architecture for which Edinburgh is famous and a testament to the importance that Scotland has long placed on access to excellence in education. Sustaining its historic significance as a symbol of Scotland’s commitment to recognising and supporting the talents of its people, regardless of wealth or privilege is as important as respecting the building’s architectural quality.

The Royal High School Preservation Trust was established to protect and preserve the building and to deliver a public use for it. Our overall architectural objective is to allow Hamilton’s building and its setting against Calton Hill to be seen as originally intended. At the same time, with the desire to leave a new cultural legacy equal to and as long-lasting as the city’s fathers’ original purpose 250 years ago, we plan to repurpose this magnificent building as a National Centre for Music.

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Dynavics

Founded in 2015 by Adam Sellers and Daniel Jones, Dynavics specialise in the design, development, deployment, and support of Microsoft’s business management solution, Business Central, and LS Retail’s retail management solution, LS Central.

The Dynavics mission is to empower businesses with innovative and advanced technology, that optimizes and streamlines business operations, all whilst building lasting relationships through our customer-centric approach. The entire company is committed to delivering exceptional value and service quality, fostering long-term partnerships based on trust, transparency, and integrity, which is reflected in our work.

Built on Dynamics 365 Business Central technology, LS Central’s retail management solution allows you to manage your business from point-of-sale, through to the back office and everything in between; meaning you can spend more time and energy on the things that matter most, like focusing on that all important visitor experience.

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Progressive Partnership

Established in 1985, Progressive has been at the forefront of market and social research in Scotland for more than three decades. We deliver practical insights to ensure our clients can build strategies with real impact and develop communications that resonate. All of our work is conducted with rigour and integrity, and we bring enthusiasm and curiosity to everything we do.

With a close knit team based in Edinburgh and Glasgow, we work with a wide range of different clients across the UK using a full range of qualitative and quantitative methodologies.

Our team is particularly experienced in delivering visitor research, having recently conducted VisitScotland’s 2023 Scotland Visitor Survey, as well as many other studies for clients including both of Scotland’s national parks, Orkney and Shetland Local Authorities, Historic Environment Scotland, The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo and Glasgow Life (The Burrell Collection).

If your organisation is interested in gaining a competitive edge or gaining greater understanding that will ultimately lead to enhanced profitability, then please get in touch.

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VITA

Having identified a gap in the market for quality VAT advice at competitive rates, Greg McNally launched the business in 2019.  It was rebranded as VITA in 2024 to acknowledge the addition of senior staff and expansion of service offerings into new environmental taxes.  It is now comfortably the largest independent VAT & Indirect Tax advisory business in Scotland, with plans for further recruitment later in the year.

VITA is founded on the cornerstones of being Technical, Commercial and Reliable.  It’s proud to consider itself as mobile and willing to travel throughout Scotland and the UK – whilst in this digital environment, it can provide quick advice remotely through online meetings.

This allows the business to be present/available and offer a level of personal service that is often absent in the modern advisory profession, complemented by a charging structure that is transparent and often based on fixed fees to offer certainty when budgeting.

With regard to its core offering, ​VITA has a real depth of experience in the not-for-profit sector covering culture, arts, and visitor attractions.  In particular, this would include:

  • Identifying the correct VAT liabilities
  • Applying the available exemptions and concessions
  • Requirement for VAT registration
  • Introducing VAT return models to assist maximise VAT recovery
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Plumjobs

Plumjobs is designed to bring all the UK's leading hospitality, hotel, leisure and tourism employer vacancies under one roof, providing job seekers and employers with the most effective recruitment platform in the UK hospitality, hotel, leisure and tourism sector.

Our specialist jobs platform and network of recruitment sites reaches hundreds of thousands of potential candidates across the UK. We offer an effective product portfolio that’s easy to understand and delivers results.

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Paisley Arts Centre

Situated in the heart of Paisley and housed in the Old Laigh Kirk, Paisley Arts Centre has long been established as one of Scotland’s most vibrant and exciting venues for comedy, dance, drama, music, theatre, and family events.

Paisley Arts Centre is currently closed and undergoing an amazing transformation designed to enhance accessibility, comfort, and facilities. This is part of Renfrewshire Council's ongoing investment into Paisley town centre cultural venues.

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