Clarion expands to Scotland

London-based Clarion Communications has opened a new Scotland branch, which will be based in the offices of WPP sister agency MediaCom in Edinburgh.


Amanda Meyrick

Clarion’s expansion into Scotland aims to take advantage of the opportunities to work with food, drink and family businesses in the country, as well as Scottish brands looking for both national and local exposure, delivered with the expertise of a London PR consultancy, according to the agency.

Clarion CEO Amanda Meyrick said: “We have a proven track record in producing clever and innovative work that really works for clients and feel confident we can make a really positive contribution to Scottish business.

“We’re also incredibly excited to have a new, permanent home in Edinburgh. This vibrant, cultural city has so much to offer – not just from a client point of view but also from a media and talent perspective.”

Clarion clients include Edinburgh-based firm Genius, as well as Aldi, Unilever, Jägermeister and Nectar.

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