Intelligent creative communications for ambitious businesses

The Spreng Thomson communications consultancy work with ambitious and entrepreneurial organisations to help them to achieve their goals. From their offices in the Glasgow City Innovation District, the team supports businesses and organisations across the UK and internationally. Established more than 25 years ago, Spreng Thomson has worked on projects across Europe, in North America, China and Japan. 

With an experienced team of strategists, Spreng Thomson is one of Scotland’s most respected PR and communications firms. The company’s stellar list of clients includes leading businesses and organisations in renewable energy, transport, logistics, business services, food and drink, tourism and hospitality, academia, technology, design, construction, economic development and the charitable sector.

We love the history of the Merchant City area – there is literally inspiration in every street. It’s a welcoming place for our clients too. So, whether we’re helping them to grow their brands, expand into new markets, forge new partnerships or take on complex challenges – being in the GCID creates an environment that helps us raise our game.

Lesley Thomson, Spreng Thomson Managing Director

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Managing Director, Callum Spreng said; “We take time to understand our clients’ objectives and collaborate with them to identify the best solutions, whether they are expanding into new markets, forging new partnerships or taking on complex challenges.”

The team advise and support clients in all areas of communication and PR, including communication strategy, crisis and issues communications, brand building, PR, media relations, social media and digital content creation.

Based in The Herald Building, Spreng Thomson collaborates with a number of organisations and businesses located in the GCID including international design studio, Graven who designed their office space. The open, double-height studio supports collaborative working and, as the former office for many famous newspapers including The Herald, Evening Times and Scottish Daily Express, feels like the natural home for a communications business.