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Worldspan unveils new corporate branding and updated website

Event and experience agency Worldspan has launched its new brand identity and website.

The rebrand and update come at a time of expansion for the agency following the opening of its fourth UK office in Liverpool in May.

Worldspan MD Sophie Morris said: “We are incredibly excited to launch our new brand and website at a time of continuing investment and expansion for the agency. The new look and feel better reflects the wider growth within our team, as well as our expanded service offerings; most recently with the further investment in our digital, production and AV capabilities and, of course, the expansion of our physical footprint with the opening of our Liverpool operation, now our fourth UK office, in May this year.”

Reflecting on the agency’s four decade plus history, Morris added: “As one of the first specialised agencies in the UK, much of our 47-year tenure is a reflection of our constant commitment to keep moving forward in an ever-evolving event and communications world. Innovation is at the heart of what we do, and a driver for our success; our new branding and website are an outward reflection of another new chapter of an exciting story.”

The agency remains positive about the continued opportunities for Worldspan in both its core corporate and association event segments, as well as creative, digital and live event production. The company has just closed its 18/19 financial year and expects to show a steady increase in profit when it reports its audited results later this year.

Worldspan had a strong 2018 in a year of political and economic turbulence, as the agency saw increases in both turnover and pre-tax profit. Turnover rose from £6.1 million in 2017 to £6.3m in the year ended 30 June 2018, according to accounts filed at Companies House. And pre-tax profit increased from £174k to £207k in the same period.

The strategic report accompanying the accounts said that the agency achieved sales growth in most of its business segments, driven by both new client business and increased activity within its existing client base.