Bray Leino acquires agency Brandon Hill

Full services creative communications agency Bray Leino has acquired specialist events agency Brandon Hill to become part of its live events offering.

Giles Lee: welcoming the Brandon Hill team to Bray Leino
Giles Lee: welcoming the Brandon Hill team to Bray Leino

Brandon Hill has delivered more than 200 events in the UK and globally on behalf of the UK Government. Its clients include BIS, British Expertise, UK Space Agency and UK Trade & Investment.

The agency, which is registered on the government’s Crown Commercial Services (CCS) Event Planning Framework Agreement, has worked in the past in collaboration with Bray Leino on a number of public sector campaigns.

Giles Lee, executive chairman of Bray Leino, which is part of The Mission Marketing Group, said: "Together we can focus on further elevating our international strategic events capabilities and our experience in the public sector across the CCS platforms to collectively deliver world-class results for our clients."

Ian Muir (pictured), chief executive of Brandon Hill, added: "Joining Bray Leino gives Brandon Hill the resources to move our business forward with greater strength. Becoming part of an agency respected for its innovative and integrated approach creates a significant opportunity for our team and our existing clients. The work we have carried out together has shown that our businesses and our people are a natural fit, which is an exciting prospect for the future."



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