On Full Power with Two New Client Wins

Chorley-based marketing communications agency, The Write Angle, is celebrating two new client wins.

Leading high voltage (HV) engineering contractor, EDS Group, which specialises in the offshore wind sector, has selected TWA to help promote the firm’s technical expertise and credentials on a regional and national scale.

TWA is tasked with creating thought-led and engaging content in relation to the sector, which is set to boom in 2016.

The Haslingden-based group, which incorporates EDS HV Management and EDS HV Services, has been operating as an electrical engineering company for more than 20 years, providing low voltage (LV) and high voltage (HV) services for distribution network owners.

Director of EDS Group, Ken Ritson, commented: “2016/17 are set to be transformational years in the offshore wind sector and to ensure we capitalise on the opportunities we are focusing on improved communications to facilitate our growth. The Write Angle’s marketing strategy will help complement this plan with relevant and interesting content, and we’re looking forward to working with the team.”

The Write Angle has also been successful in securing a social media and content generation brief for family-owned balustrade manufacturer, Delta Balustrades.

The Sandbach-based firm appointed the agency to create and drive the company’s social media strategy as well as generating thought leadership editorial for trade media.

Angela Smith, managing director at The Write Angle, added: “Our team has proven experience in the energy, building products and construction sectors and we are looking forward to using our industry knowledge to create thought provoking and shareable content for both printed and online media.”

The Write Angle was founded in 2002 and has built a solid reputation for delivering award-winning PR and marketing campaigns for clients in the North West.

December 23, 2015 - This article was written by Jenny Woolley

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