Social Communications rebrands as Social

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Manchester-based integrated agency Social Communications has rebranded to Social after seven years in business.

It has also added a dedicated communications consultancy for the built environment, called Social Place.

Group Chief Executive John Quinton-Barber said: “It’s been an exceptional year. We have delivered a strong set of results with like-for-like revenues up, driven in part by clients choosing to work with us across our pan regional offices.

“This year marks a significant milestone and these results are a testament to the brilliant people we have throughout the business and further demonstrates the power of our integrated communications model.

“We are still firmly of the belief that this is the early stages of our journey and plan to continue to grow and invest in the coming years.

“This rebrand is our commitment to our culture and rooted in our core value: Life Happens. Added to this, we are communicating in such uncertain times and our ability to talk with people from pub to parliament, in plain English connects our clients to their communities through effective branding, imagery, communications and storytelling.”

The agency was founded in 2012 in Manchester and also has offices in Bristol and Leeds. Recent client wins include NP11, which works with and advises government on priority issues for the North; Bristol City Council, supporting housing and employment delivery projects across two key sites; and GC Business Growth Hub who support business on all stages of their growth journey.