Aussie consumer lifestyle PR and influencer agency FORWARD Agency, has announced the appointment of Wright Communications as its exclusive New Zealand affiliate and first regional partner.
With this affiliation, Wright Communications will provide FORWARD with local expertise and on the ground implementation for Trans-Tasman client projects.
Fergus Kibble, founder and managing director of FORWARD Agency, said: “We have great passion for New Zealand and are thrilled to be expanding our offer across the ditch.
“The relationship with Wright Communications will help us to deliver programs for our Australian clients with a presence in New Zealand, as well as attract new Kiwi clients.
“We are proud that FORWARD will be represented in New Zealand by Nikki Wright and Wright Communications’ consumer team.”
Wright Communications managing director Nikki Wright said: “We are proud to be working with FORWARD as their New Zealand affiliate. The relationship is based on shared values and a mutual commitment to innovation in PR.
“This arrangement will see us maintain our corporate and sustainability focus, and strengthen our consumer lifestyle offering.
“The relationship with FORWARD will not only enable us to support their clients in New Zealand, but also adds value to our existing consumer clients through access to FORWARD’s proprietary technology, intellectual property and Trans-Tasman networks.”
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