Geoffrey Weill Associates is named agency of record for the Tourism Council of Bhutan and Sheen Falls Lodge. The agency will be covering all PR activities for both clients, including media outreach, press releases, media visits and events. On September 23, Bhutan reopened its borders to tourists after more than two years. As part of the drive to welcome back tourists, the country is launching a new brand identity and has increased the Sustainable Development Fee paid by visitors to support the country’s social, environmental and cultural development. The 77-room Sheen Falls Lodge is set on a 300-acre estate in southwestern Ireland.


Trevelino/Keller signs on to represent Conductix-Wampfler, a manufacturer of mobile electrification and data transfer systems for industrial machinery. The agency will work with the company to implement thought leadership and awareness strategies aimed at Conductix-Wampfler’s key audiences. Conductix-Wampfler serves customers in such markets as cranes, ports, container handling, intralogistics and bulk material handling. “As we ramp up our efforts in intralogistics, robotics, EV, and data-over-power spaces, we know our partnership with Trevelino/Keller will be critical in positioning us strongly in the North American market,” said Conductix-Wampfler director of product management and marketing Andrew Dierks.

Little Washington

LDPR signs on to represent The Inn at Little Washington, a 23-room Relais & Chateaux property located in the foothills of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. The agency will be handling a media relations program for the property, including press release development, creative pitch strategy, broadcast, leadership profiles and a curated media visit program. The only three-star Michelin restaurant in the Washington DC metro area, The Inn at Little Washington expanded in November 2021 with the all-day café, Patty O’s Café and Bakery.