We create memorable experiences that evoke emotions, shape opinions and make things happen.
Live events. Exhibitions. Employee engagement. Video and digital content.
We’ve been doing this and more for over 25 years – all by serving a single idea.
Forging work for Healthcare, Financial and Professional Services and more for over 20 years, our busy building remains as committed to delivering quality as it did in the industrial revolution.
Beneath original beams and rusty features in the vast attic space of the Merchants Warehouse on the Bridgewater canal, WRG’s directors sit next to fresh-faced juniors in the spirit of true collaboration.
As vibrant as any of those on nearby Oxford St, the dynamic ‘shop front’ of our London office showcases our work and proudest moments.
A former fashion house, its quirky features and glass-roofed boardroom provide an ideal central meeting place for a tailored meeting with partners, suppliers and our energy, finance, technology and healthcare clients.
Established to serve national and global Healthcare clients clustered in the Northeast, our rapidly expanding US office now serves other sectors such as Technology and Financial & Professional Services.
Working in the heart of Center City, our team is inspired by the deep history and pioneering spirit of the nation’s first capital. With a growing reputation for creativity and a can-do approach WRG is proud to be part of the Philadelphia community.
At the very heart of Europe — where France, Germany and Switzerland collide — one in ten of this city’s tri-lingual inhabitants work with and for the pharmaceutical and life science industries…
It employs more than 150 staff with offices in Europe and the US. The company has over 25 years’ experience working across categories including: Healthcare, Energy, Technology, Luxury, Retail, FMCG and Financial & Professional Services.
We can create and deliver projects built across different time zones, and offer opportunities to work across and from the US, Europe and beyond.
We’re flexible, respectful and creative, and speak over fifteen languages. We all know each other — and like it that way. Each of our offices may have their own distinct character, but we’re very much one WRG.
Our people come from a diverse range of backgrounds — live events, business, logistics, technology, web, print, advertising, film, television and theatre. All ready to apply their talents to different areas we work in.
Lion tamers, tree cabin builders, data jugglers, playwrights and ethnologists — you too can apply. Because we don’t believe in shackling people to a résumé.
If you’ve a desire to work across a new discipline, we won’t stop you. Because we’re more interested in what our people are like off the page than on it.
Whether working across cultures on global launches — or more local, intimate events — we always need inspired and inspiring people to Create Unforgettable.
21 Castle Street,
36 Great Titchfield St,
1800 John F Kennedy Blvd.
Over twenty-five years’ experience in marketing communications as strategist and CEO
Trained as an accountant with Ernst & Young
WRG’s presence in North America
Advocate of our ‘Create Unforgettable’ ethos
A wealth of experience from a number of sectors
A central role in direction and operational efficiency
Tim’s mission is to ensure the highest possible standard of creativity and delivery.
A passion for design and innovation
Experience of leading global accounts
Champion for experiential, leading creative projects of all sizes
Heading up the creative team in WRG Philadelphia
Heading up a talented and expanding team
Uses his corporate procurement background
Focus on global events and sponsorship
Developing ground breaking communication strategies for our clients
A passionate and driven Client Director
Engaging virtual audiences to ensure the delivery of a memorable message
Promotes our stories and manages the WRG marketing approach
Optimising relationships with our pharmaceutical clients
Developing our client relationships in a variety of sectors
heading up our entire congress team
Starting his career at Coca-Cola, Russ has over twenty-five years’ experience in marketing communications as an agency strategist and CEO.
He has held planning and leadership roles in blue chip integrated advertising agencies including McCann, Butterfield Day, HHCL, Lowe, JWT and most recently Havas Worldwide, where he was CEO for over six years.
During his time at Havas London he won the accolade 'Media Employer of the Year' – his biggest point of personal pride.
David trained as an accountant with Ernst & Young before spending four years as a management consultant working mainly with clients in the media and creative sector.
He joined Guardian Media Group where he spent twelve years in financial and operational roles before he became Managing Director of MEN Media. He joined WRG’s leadership team as part of the acquisition of the business by LDC to support its growth. Somehow, he manages to coach a youth football team too.
Graeme has been with WRG for nine years, following successful careers in sales and customer marketing at Pfizer Pharmaceuticals and general management with the National Health Service in the UK.
As a client director in London, Graeme used deep healthcare insight to build a number of successful client accounts and some outstanding campaigns and events. Having moved to Philadelphia early 2014 to set up WRG’s presence in North America, he quickly established the office as a key part of the global network.
When not hard at work, Graeme can be found running the streets of Philly.
As group Creative Director, Mark’s responsible for the overall direction of all creative departments across the network.
Having spent over twenty years in advertising, creating international campaigns for the likes of Nivea as an Executive Creative Director at TBWA, he now sits comfortably at the evolving intersection where brand and experiential meet.
An advocate of our ‘Create Unforgettable’ ethos, he helps the team to deliver impactful and engaging experiences for the likes of Nokia, adidas, HP and Shell, right across the globe. Mark loves visiting art galleries - especially the gift shops - and is a sucker for anything handmade.
Based in our London office, Kath joined WRG over 5 years ago, bringing with her a wealth of experience from a number of sectors to lead some of our global accounts.
Always putting clients’ best interests at the forefront of her mind, she is steadfastly committed to helping them achieve their objectives. She ensures consistency across all aspects of events and is devout in her pursuit of value for the client’s money, qualities that have made her a valued contact for clients including Nissan and HPE.
A lover of photography, Kath harbours an ambition to one day enter the World Photography awards.
Since joining WRG eleven years ago, Tim has worked his way through the business to his current position.
In this role, he has direct responsibility for the UK Production, Logistics and Congress teams as well as playing a central role in overall direction and operational efficiency of the company as part of WRG’s Global Management Team.
Outside of work, Tim loves the outdoors, particularly anything that involves two wheels and going fast.
A graduate of the Event Management degree program, Tim has over fifteen years’ experience in the live events industry, including over 11 years at Jack Morton as an Executive Producer.
Tim has led the creation and delivery of brand experiences across many industry sectors, and has operated around the world; from product launches, to roadshows, conferences, and meetings
In addition to his work in the corporate events arena, Tim has been instrumental in the coordination of some of the UK’s largest public events and spectacles.
When he isn’t leading the events team, Tim spends much of his spare time handling events schedules for his three young daughters – at swimming lessons, dance classes, and children’s parties.
Chris has spent the majority of his career in advertising with McCann-Erickson, BJL and BDH/TBWA, designing campaigns for major brands in both traditional and digital advertising.
With a passion for design and innovation, Chris spends his time looking for insight into digital trends and exploring what is possible.
Chris enjoys the outdoors where you can find him hill walking, mountain biking – and above all other pursuits – snowboarding.
A passionate and dedicated account director with a wide experience of the pharmaceutical industry, she’s skilled in communication engagement and maximising impact and value of client investment.
With experience of leading global accounts and a variety of internal and external meetings in the UK, Europe, America and Asia, she’s overseen everything from small intimate brand forums, to large international congresses. Few know that she’s also a qualified ski instructor.
Charlotte thrives on the breadth of creative work we cover at WRG, and directs projects across the creative departments at our Manchester office.
She enjoys the challenge of changing behaviours in a memorable way, and the scope of creative possibilities in experiential marketing.
Charlotte plays a key role in our healthcare offering – yet in her 7 years at WRG, she has worked for a huge range of clients in various industries, and has spent time working in all of our global offices.
A little known fact about Charlotte is that she has the greenest balcony in Manchester.
As Creative Director in our Philadelphia office, Jen oversees creative projects for a broad spectrum of clients and industries.
While driving great creative work for existing clients and developing new business in this key region, she also coordinates with the global creative team and seeks exciting opportunities to be taken up across The Creative Engagement Group.
Jen started her career at the boutique advertising agency Rawle Murdy, and quickly found her way to the experiential realm at Jack Morton. In 2008 Jen started her own agency, developing creative programs for clients including Google, Sharp Aquos, AbbVie, Sanofi and Proctor & Gamble. Most recently, she served as Executive Creative Director at the agency MKTG working on projects for MSNBC, ESPN, Marriott, Diageo and Nike. On weekends, Jen can be found wandering the streets of Brooklyn with her husband and pet pug.
A trained Industrial Designer, Mark spent three years designing commercial interiors before joining WRG.
Having designed and delivered many of our largest international projects for clients such as adidas, Ricoh, Nokia and Orange, he’s now heading up a talented and expanding team. Under his stewardship, it’s seen a period of rapid growth globally, particularly in North America.
A keen mountain biker, his growing family have meant an ever larger bike collection.
Andrew has been in the events industry for over twenty years, in both agency and corporate roles.
As well as operational and account management positions, Andrew spent ten years with global Pharmaceutical, Pfizer. He led the Meetings and Congress Procurement category for Europe, designing and delivering a regional strategic meetings management programme. As Client & Procurement Director at WRG, he uses his corporate procurement background to create value for clients in all areas of the client-supplier relationship.
When he gets the time, you'll find him out and about on his road bike.
Ben joined WRG after 14 years at Nortel, Cisco and EY where he held a variety of senior marketing roles with a focus on global events and sponsorship.
He led customer projects at the Beijing 2008, Vancouver 2010 and London 2012 Olympic Games and whilst at EY, worked with the UK’s leading entrepreneurial growth businesses. He’s married with two children and reluctantly accepts he will never make it as a professional footballer.
Laura works with teams across the group, bringing deep insights into the business environment of some of the agency’s largest accounts.
Laura brings an analytical approach to projects, from over twelve years’ experience in marketing communications – specialising in account development, strategy, and collaboration with live experience teams. In her spare time she enjoys trying out all the latest exercise classes, including trampolining!
Lisa loves working with her clients to understand and develop a brief, and how it can be brought to life.
Lisa has over 12 years’ events experience working on both corporate and agency side. She has delivered a wide range of global events from 50-2000 delegates, across a range of sectors – retail, finance, automotive, and particularly healthcare.
When not working, Lisa loves running, spending time with her family and friends, and is always up for a glass of fizz!
Gemma has over a decade of live event and communication expertise over various industries and channels.
As Head of Hybrid & Virtual Events she specialises in engaging virtual audiences to ensure the delivery of an interactive and memorable message. Day to day Gemma aligns closely with our Live, Film, Communications, and Digital teams to ensure seamless integration of these fundamental disciplines and to deliver a holistic and thought through programme.
Time spent away from the world of virtual events is all about life’s little luxuries…good food, exploring the world and a decent northern cuppa!
As marketing manager, Hannah coordinates the communication strategy for WRG and The Creative Engagement Group, to drive their digital presence.
Working across the agency and its network to maintain a consistent marketing approach, Hannah promotes our marketing stories through internal and external communications channels.
She brings with her ten years’ experience as account manager at WRG – handling multiple communications projects for a range of clients.
Hannah has a real passion for food and spends most of her spare time cooking up a storm in the kitchen.
Sallie leads the account strategy for our biggest pharmaceutical client internationally, looking for opportunities across The Creative Engagement Group.
She has worked in the events industry for 20 years – most of her career she has spent working for healthcare clients, which she finds massively rewarding. For Sallie, there is no better buzz than delighting clients with a brilliant idea. Sallie brings with her experience in logistics management, account direction, and delivering trade shows as portfolio lead for Reed Exhibitions.
Beyond her work life, Sallie enjoys hiking, swimming, and cooking. But not all at the same time.
Kristen is responsible for client engagement on a range of WRG’s global healthcare, technology and retail clients.
As well as taking our unique offering to existing clients, Kristen develops new markets for the agency across The Creative Engagement Group. She joined WRG after 6 years in the corporate pharmaceutical world, bringing her expertise in strategic change management. She joined WRG from the pharmaceutical industry, bringing her expertise in strategic change management, innovation, business process optimisation and global congresses.
Outside of work, Kristen enjoys interior design, hosting dinner parties, and skiing.
Mel manages the day-to-day operations of our congress team. She carries her experience in logistics and client understanding into each new job.
Mel brings twelve years of experience in logistics – focusing on congress logistics –six years at WRG and a further six in her previous agency, all with the same client.
Built on the strong foundation of the client relationship, Mel has delivered a wide scope of work, including ad boards, investigator meetings, and congresses… all spanning over five continents.
In her downtime, Mel’s guilty pleasure is watching Emmerdale.