They say all PR is good PR, so chartered accountants firm Morley & Scott was probably fairly happy after lending its name to a dinner with HRH the Earl of Wessex, also known as Prince Edward, last month. For those of who were not invited, let TS explain. The Top 50 firm sponsored the #129-a-head event at the Hyatt Carlton Tower Hotel in London, where leading company figures, including several accountants, gathered. The bash also marked the launch of Edward's latest book called Crown And Country: A personal guide to royal London. The #25 read will accompany a Carlton television series due to start next year. To promote his book, the Earl hosted the event and allegedly fumbled through a 30-minute talk. According to sources, the audience went flat after a series of less-than-amusing anecdotes from the Royal joker. But in case our accountant friends were not happy with the sponsorship, the episode could potentially end on a high note. Perhaps Morley & Scott could cross-sell the Earl with a bit of advice on getting his TV company out of the red.
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