WRG Creative Communication

Manchester-headquartered WRG has a total of 148 employees based across its six offices, which also include London, New York, Abu Dhabi, Doha and Wycombe.

WRG chairman Mark Wallace shares his expansion plans
WRG chairman Mark Wallace shares his expansion plans

Who? WRG Creative Communication

What’s the lowdown? Manchester-headquartered WRG has a total of 148 employees based across its six offices, which also include London, New York, Abu Dhabi, Doha and Wycombe.

Why shine the spotlight? The agency has this month moved to a new Manchester base in the city's developing docks area, to reflect its creative focus, following the acquisition of Canyon in August this year.

Client work? The list of clients that includes Shell, HSBC, Astrazeneca and EE is growing to include Canyon's work with brands such as Clarks and Wella.

What’s next? An office in Hong Kong is in the pipeline for this year, which will be spearheaded by technical director Cliff Zenker and lead to the formation of satellite teams in Shanghai and Beijing.

Read more about WRG here.

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