In brief: WPI's trade win, Wirefund appoints Aspectus, Redknapp partners with DawBell

WPI's trade win, Wirefund appoints Aspectus, Redknapp partners with DawBell and more from PRWeek UK.

WPI's trade win

The agency WPI has been appointed to provide strategic comms advice to the Special Trade Commission as it aims to create a blueprint for the implementation of Article 50 and Britain’s exit negotiations with the EU. The agency will help the commission, which is a new, independent body officially launching today, to advise the Government on how to secure the best-possible trade deals with both EU and non-EU countries.

Wirefund appoints Aspectus

Aspectus has been appointed to launch Wirefund, a new lender to SMEs and enterpreneurs, this summer. Working alongside design and marketing agency RAND, and digital agency Chalk Social, Aspectus will target potential client audiences with its campaign.

Redknapp partners with DawBell

DawBell has added Strictly Come Dancing 2016 contestant Louise Redknapp to its roster. DawBell, which has previously worked with Redknapp and previous Strictly competitors before including Frankie Bridge, will manage all press enquiries and will raise Redknapp's profile throughout her time in the competition.

Janus appoints Black Sheep PR

Janus, an organisation that specialises in the field of substance misuse, has appointed Black Sheep PR to generate greater awareness of its approach. Black Sheep PR’s aim is to generate broader awareness of Janus among potential users, as well as with statutory services, private GPs and consultants, referral companies, and employers.

Rule 5 wins Hangfast

Manchester's Rule 5 has been appointed to provide PR support to Hangfast, a manufacturer of climbing walls, rope courses and adventure leisure solutions.

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