Story Comms adds six clients

Story Comms has won briefs with The Football Association’s national football centre St.George’s Park, the Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP, data specialist Movement Strategies, Anthony Collins Solicitors, Woodbourne Group and Marketing Birmingham.

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From the left: Sophie Drake, Emilie Whelan, Amanda Lowe

For the FA communications team, Story Comms will drive awareness of St. George’s Park’s event hosting potential. It has already begun supporting LEP in announcing its £1 billion Curzon Investment Plan and the 2026 Commonwealth Games bid.

For London-based Movement Strategies, Story has been tasked with boosting the profile of sector experts within the group, which specialises in stadia, festivals and transport hubs.

Anthony Collins Solicitors appointed Story Comms after a three way pitch to help develop its website content and build the profiles of sector experts with commentary on national issues.

Marketing Birmingham also chose the agency to offer support to its business, visitor and corporate campaigns as part of a four-year communications framework roster.

Amanda Lowe, managing director, Story Comms, said: “Our reputation is growing in the Midlands and beyond, due not only to our bright and enthusiastic team, but for our intelligent approach that uses data and insight to truly understand audiences and their communications need.”

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