WRG expands video remit with Dock 10 partnership

Creative agency WRG has partnered with media services provider Dock 10 in a bid to grow its video services and content offering.

Paul Austin (left) and Andy Horrigan announce the partnerhship
Paul Austin (left) and Andy Horrigan announce the partnerhship

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."

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