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WRG strengthens creative capabilities with two new roles

Andy Walker
In light of recent growth, leading experiential agency WRG has strengthened its integrated creative team by creating two new roles. The new roles will support WRG’s clients across a range of categories including tech, healthcare and professional services.
Wayne Briscoe joins as Senior Creative Artworker while Andy Walker joins the creative team as Senior Creative. Both roles are based in WRG’s Manchester office.

Andy Walker, a freelancer for over a decade says he made the decision to join WRG on a permanent basis due to the “hugely exciting” opportunities the company has in the pipeline.

Andy Walker, Senior Creative at WRG said: ‘I’ve enjoyed the freedom of working for myself, so I wasn’t going to give it all up for just anywhere. And I haven’t. WRG is a special place, we're doing great work and the next few years are going to be hugely exciting.’

Mark Gass, Global Creative Director at WRG said: ‘We live in exciting times and the opportunities to stretch yourself are almost limitless when it comes to experiential. I love getting to play with every type of cool, clever creative there is. Andy and Wayne are cracking examples of the new type of agency we're building here.’

The latest announcement from WRG follows the hire of former IBTM Director Sallie Coventry as Client Engagement Director. The move is part of a drive to leverage creative capabilities across The Creative Engagement Group, which also encompasses film, immersive engagement and digital agency, The Moment and exhibitions business Just Communicate.

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