The partnership will enable WRG’s in-house video team to use Dock 10’s production kit when working on client briefs.
Dock 10 aims to capitalise on expanding into the corporate and commercial side of post-production. The media supplier is currently based at Media City UK in Manchester, where its new partner is also located.
The news comes one week after WRG announced a number of job losses at its UK and Qatar offices.
Andy Horrigan, WRG’s creative services director, said: "Dock 10 has proven to be the perfect match for us, enabling us to continue to enhance our offering in this rapidly-evolving area. It means we can deliver industry-leading video content to our clients while also saving them time and money.
"This is the start of a significant partnership between Dock 10 and WRG that will allow us to offer the facilities and scalability we need to consistently deliver our award-winning creative video solutions beyond our clients’ expectations."
Paul Austin, head of post-production and content at Dock 10, added: "This is a great opportunity for Dock 10 to branch out from the broadcast sector and delve into the corporate and commercial markets. We have already had a great six-month trial run, and we are now looking forward to working with WRG on a more permanent basis."
Comment below to let us know what you think.
For more in-depth and print-only features, showcases and interviews with world-leading brands, don't miss the next issue of Event magazine by subscribing here.