Central Scotland law firm Caesar & Howie is overjoyed to have won the Summerhall Marketing Initiative of the Year Award at the recent Scottish Legal Awards, it has been revealed.
The company’s Kupdom UK project encourages Polish consumers to buy homes in the Scotland region.
Managing partner of the firm David Borrowman tells Scotland on Sunday: "Scotland has historical links with Poland and many of this latest influx of Poles find they wish to settle permanently after enjoying their early experience of Scotland."
He adds that many of the company’s clients have stated that they feel they have been made welcome in Scotland, adding that the majority have been able to settle into employment.
Mr Borrowman concludes that Caesar & Howie now has hundreds of Polish clients either currently buying or intending to purchases property in the region.
The firm was presented with its accolade at an award ceremony at the Hilton Glasgow which was attended by Alan Hansen.
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