W Communications appointed for combined Jo Wood family brief

W Communications has been appointed to handle a consolidated PR brief for Jo, Jamie and Ty Wood.

Jo Wood and sons: call in PR support
Jo Wood and sons: call in PR support

The agency will represent Rolling Stones’ guitarist Ronnie Wood’s ex-wife and her two sons across their business and personal interests.

W Communications will identify opportunities to build Jo Wood’s profile as a ‘lifestyle guru’ as well as promote her interior design business, fragrance range and her pop-up restaurant, Mrs Paisley’s Lashings.

The agency will also support a number of further projects lined up for 2012.

It will work with Jamie and Ty to build their profiles in the contemporary art world alongside their respective fine art galleries Whisper and Scream.

W Communications will support the exhibitions as well as the artists involved, including Pakpoom Silaphan and Bruce French.

W Communications MD Warren Johnson said: ‘Jo and Jamie are extremely hard-working entrepreneurs and it is great to be able to support that. There are some hugely exciting projects coming up and we are looking forward to supporting and growing the Wood family brand.'
 

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