Worldspan Creative undergoes rebrand

Worldspan Creative, Worldspan's specialist creative and digital design agency, has rebranded and moved into new offices.

Worldspan Creative undergoes rebrand
Worldspan Creative undergoes rebrand

As well as supporting Worldspan’s core corporate and association event practices, the creative and digital design division also works as a stand-alone agency across a number of industry sectors.

Commenting on the rebrand and office move, Sophie Morris, managing director, Worldspan plc, said: "We are incredibly excited about this further investment in our creative and digital offering. As well as delivering marketing communications and messaging, the team have been instrumental in developing our digital capabilities through bespoke products, including our native event app, networking tools and our specialist association offerings such as eAbstract management systems.

"We’ve seen an increasing number of clients looking to integrate technology and seeking more customised and personalised interactions with their audiences, and this, for us, is a key driver in continuing to invest heavily in our creative and digital capabilities."

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Worldspan expands team with new hires

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Worldspan rebrands and targets £8m turnover

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