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Social Communications wins place on government-backed scheme


Manchester’s Social Communications has beaten off competition from 24 agencies to win a place on two government-backed frameworks.

The agency has been appointed to support with marketing communications on the frameworks run by government-backed Energy Systems Catapult. 

The Birmingham-headquartered Catapult works to support innovators across the energy sector.

John Quinton-Barber, Group Chief Executive of Social Communications, said: “We are thrilled to have been appointed to this important Government backed framework which is focussed on meeting the UK’s energy and climate change challenges.

“The opportunities we expect to see through the Catapult are well-aligned with our work for our energy clients, which include national infrastructure investment within the nuclear sector at Hinkley Point, tidal energy and city-wide district heating networks. 

“We are well experienced in managing communication activity across the energy sector, including large offshore wind farms, electrical systems and onshore wind farms.”

Stuart Brennan, Head of Marketing and Communications at Energy Systems Catapult, added “We are delighted to have Social Communications on board to help us deliver our marketing and communications strategy.

“Energy Systems Catapult is playing a significant role in driving transformation of the UK energy sector to low carbon, and we look forward to seeing how they can help us tell captivating stories about our work with top UK innovators.”

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