Prosecco & Political Insight

Thursday 11 July was a warm, balmy evening – perfect for our Annual Summer Party! The evening was a great opportunity for us to celebrate and look back over the first half of what has already been another successful year for WA – and of course to look forward to more success for the restRead more

A Year in the Health Team

It’s a year since I joined WA’s Health Team – and I’m a firm believer of using anniversaries to look back and take stock. I joined as an account executive into what was a fairly new, but clearly ambitious health team. It was a daunting but exciting move. Every company sells itself as a greatRead more

Lease of life: How will Labour shake-up the rental market?

While John McDonnell keeps up his ‘tea offensive’ to reassure City and business leaders the economy is safe in Labour’s hands, the party continues to offer up a series of controversial policy ideas. Following Labour endorsing the nationalisation of water companies at less than the market rate and committing to a significant decentralisation of theRead more

And they’re off – Tory leadership runners and riders

The results of the final round of voting amongst the Conservative parliamentary party are in, and the head-to-head contest will be between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt. Amid accusations from Michael Gove’s supporters that Johnson’s team engaged in dirty tricks to force him out of the contest, Hunt beat Gove by just two votes toRead more

WA hosts an evening for young professionals, with The Times’ Esther Webber

This week, WA Communications hosted its first evening for young professionals. This was to demonstrate the importance of young people across the industry sharing networks and information, as well as reflect the diversity of experience here and across sectors. It was an opportunity to ensure often overlooked voices within the industry are heard, as wellRead more