We’ve received great client feedback for a recent communications project for Clwstwr, the screen sector hub for South Wales.
Our Andy Weltch worked on Clwstwr’s newsletter and social media during the last few months of the project.
Clwstwr’s communications manager, Kayleigh McLeod said: “At the Centre for Creative Economy, it has always been important to us to work with a range of freelancers across creative disciplines.
“We have worked with Weltch Media on Clwstwr e-communications and social media for the past few months in this capacity and have appreciated his contribution to this programme as it wraps up its lifecycle and communications requirements.
“Andrew is a consummate professional with a wealth of experience and produces flawless copy. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend his services to anyone looking for an enthusiastic, diligent and precise service.”
Clwstwr was an ambitious five-year programme to create new products, services and experiences for screen.
Building on South Wales’s success in making creative content,
Clwstwr put research and development (R&D) at the core of production, creating a culture of innovation in the cluster. This moved the screen sector from a position of strength to one of leadership, internationally.