A Fresh Approach and a Vibrant Look Brings Awards; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE GOUGH BAILEY WRIGHT

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A Fresh Approach and a Vibrant Look Brings Awards; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE GOUGH BAILEY WRIGHT


010 has been a fantastic year for Gough Bailey Wright.

2 Following a number of awards and new business wins in 2009, the beginning of the year saw the full-service market-t ing communications agency (formerly Gough Allen Stanley) rebrand with a new name, a vibrant new look and a brand new website, reflecting the vision of its owners, Sue Bailey and Michelle Wright, who timed the rebrand to coincide with the fifth anniversary of their management buyout. Shortly after the rebrand, the new look agency was awarded the national PR account for Drayton Manor Theme Park, following a number of successful years as the park's regional consult-t ant.

Today, Gough Bailey Wright has ex-x panded across all three floors of its offices in Bromsgrove, adding to its creative services and PR teams, whilst also launching a new digital depart-t ment.

The new digital arm of the company has allowed Gough to provide more online marketing services, such as web design, SEO and Pay-Per-Click campaigns, for its broad range of national and international clients. The service expansion has also at-t tracted a flurry of new digital business enquiries and a number of new accounts, with two new clients already confirmed in December. Gough Bailey Wright was also quick to recognise social media's growing impact on marketing, and has developed its expertise via its PR and digital departments.

The agency now has an award-winning team of social media experts that manage aspects of clients' marketing via Facebook and Twitter (and too many others to mention), as well as a growing number of industry blogs and forums.

The oldest independently-owned agency in the West Midlands, Gough Bailey Wright has gone from strength to strength under its ethos of passion and determination, an approach that has seen the agency continue to grow in recent difficult times. …

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