Wright Communications takes on consumer brands

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Wright Communications, New Zealand’s small-to-medium PR Consultancy of the Year in 2017 as judged by PRINZ, has branched out into consumer PR.

Managing director Nikki Wright says the company was encouraged by increasing demand from consumer-facing brand owners to support them in an area where Wright Communications has not traditionally operated.

“With a close eye on our CSR obligations, we’ve adapted to a changing market over the past 12 months and are helping consumer brands do the right thing,” she says.

“We’ve also appointed three new specialist staff which has enabled us to layer and expand our offer,” Nikki Wright says.

Wright Communications has already added Lexus, Meadow Mushrooms, SunRice, Guylian, Mustela, Nivea, Dry July, Destination New South Wales and Wet n Wild to its client list.

Nikki Wright says Wright Communications retains its highly regarded corporate and sustainability offer, which provides consumer brands with unique access to a range of expert storytellers and communicators.

“Our consumer team are creating intelligent brand communications and content that connects influencers with the clients’ brands and messages, across multi-channel campaigns that stimulate conversations and influence people’s attitudes and purchasing behaviour,” she says.

“Wright Communications has also appointed three new specialist staff to layer and expand their offer.”

“And we have the corporate skill set to back up the consumer offering with issues management, product recall preparedness and a strong understanding of sustainability, which brand owners tell us they really value.”

Megan West-Hill, Rhiannon Hughes and Anita Winterstein make up Wright Communications’ consumer team with skills and experience in influencer outreach, social media content development, as well as consumer media relations and creative media kits.

With a career in both advertising and PR spanning 20 years, account director Megan West-Hill has most recently enjoyed working in the eco-conscious communications sphere.

She prides herself on combining a client’s marketing strategies with a creative PR approach. West-Hill specialises in creative consumer campaigns and enjoys cementing great relationships with the media, both online and in print.

Account manager Rhiannon Hughes started her career working across beauty, health and lifestyle accounts at a niche agency. Her skills lie in event management, media relations and looking for ways to put her own creative spin on things.

Hughes works on FMCG brands and her passions lie in the natural and eco-friendly markets.

Anita Winterstein, who has a passion for writing and people, has taken on the role of account executive with a focus on social media, to which she brings experience with The Warehouse Group and Qantas Airways.

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