Westminster Advisers rebrands as WA

PR firm Westminster Advisers has rebranded to WA to reflect a broader service offering incorporating strategic communications, and to represent the agency’s growing presence across the length and breadth of the UK.

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Dominic Church

WA states growth of 70% since 2012, and says it has invested in, and grown, its corporate communications, reputation management, digital analytics and media relations services. It has also taken on more cross-UK client briefs.

Alongside the rebrand, WA has launched two specialist practices: WA Health and WA Investor Services. It has also launched a new website, which was formally introduced at the firm’s VIP Christmas reception at the London Transport Museum on Tuesday evening (13 December, 2016), where Sunday Times political editor Tim Shipman was guest speaker.

Dominic Church, managing director at WA, said: “Our new brand reflects the strength of our company: in Westminster and across the politically devolved landscape, in public affairs and into creative and strategic communications.

“The WA moniker still has a link to our past and the experience and values we retain. It captures how we and our clients think of our agency as a new company with an established history.”

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