McEwan Purvis

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McEwan-Purvis is a lobbying and PR firm set up by Sam McEwan and Jeremy Purvis.

Purvis was elected to the Scottish Parliament in May 2003 to represent the Liberal Democrats and is no longer involved with the company. William Rennie won the Dunfermline East by-election in February 2006 and is now an MP in the House of Commons also for the Liberal Democrats

Staff/Shareholders

Clients

McEwan-Purvis does not disclose its clients on its website. Indeed it notes that 'McEwan Purvis' staff are experienced at handling sensitive issues and confidential information. Keeping pre-launch campaigns under wraps is familiar territory, as is working on market and politically sensitive projects.

We have wide experience of planning, co-ordinating and implementing product and campaign launches and working on competition cases - all of which require the greatest sensitivity and discretion.'

Nevertheless, it leaves traces on the web. Among its clients are:

Employees of McEwan Purvis such as Jayne Struthers have attended they the cross party group on Sexual health in the Scottish Parliament [5].

Contact details

McEwan Purvis
18 Victoria Terrace
Edinburgh EH1 2JL
Phone: 0131 220 6779
Fax: 0131 226 7366
E-mail: info AT mcewan-purvis.co.uk
Web: http://www.mcewan-purvis.co.uk