GBW Directors Sue Bailey and Michelle Wright, with MP for Bromsgrove, Rt Hon Sajid Javid
There was plenty to talk about when the Secretary of State for Media, Culture and Sport took a break from his busy schedule to visit the team at full-service communications agency Gough Bailey Wright (GBW).
The Bromsgrove MP, Rt Hon Sajid Javid, was keen to discover more about the business that was established in 1936 – making it the longest running marketing consultancy in the region.
He was also interested to hear how its two owners, Sue Bailey and Michelle Wright, have grown the award-winning company that delivers both traditional and online communications across its public relations, community affairs, digital and creative departments.
“It was a pleasure to visit Gough Bailey Wright and to understand more about the work that this thriving local agency is undertaking,” he said.
“It’s brilliant to see a Bromsgrove business, in a sector which falls under my Government role as Secretary of State, going from strength to strength and continuing to contribute to our local community. Gough Bailey Wright is an asset to our growing and flourishing business community here in Bromsgrove.”
GBW employs 27 people at its offices in Worcester Road, Bromsgrove, and works with a range of local and national clients across different sectors.
“We are very proud to be based in the heart of Bromsgrove and are truly delighted to have a strong relationship with our local MP, who is not only passionate about our industry sector but also happens to be one of the most influential politicians in Parliament,” said GBW’s Managing Director, Sue Bailey.
“He was genuinely interested in our accomplishments as an agency and recognised the contribution we make to the local community – something that we pride ourselves on.
“We really enjoyed Sajid’s visit on Friday and are keen to maintain a relationship with him in the months ahead.”