Antenna Group opens a London office, which will provide strategic counsel for global clients investing in the UK and European markets, as well as supporting established UK and European-based organizations. Market sectors that Antenna’s UK operation will focus on include climate tech, mobility and transportation, health and the built environment and real estate. The office will be led by Reed Haeckel, senior director of growth, Europe, and Emily Taylor, senior director of strategy and research, who will operate alongside a wider network of public relations, public affairs, marketing and creative consultants with plans to hire and expand operations in the UK, and across Europe, throughout 2023 and 2024. “Our expanded footprint enables Antenna to continue to partner with Europe and UK-based companies who share our commitment to innovation and technology in the name of climate, sustainability and equity,” said Antenna CEO Keith Zakheim.


The Worldcom Public Relations Group adds Paues Åberg Communications of Stockholm, Sweden and LRM Comunicaciones, Santiago, Chile as members. Paues Åberg, founded in 2013, focuses on public affairs, corporate communication, and financial communication. The agency has worked with nearly 300 clients. LRM Comunicaciones provides clients with strategic communications and marketing, with a particular expertise in press management. They also advise companies on corporate communications via digital marketing as well as the writing and designing of blogs, newsletters, online magazines and web pages. “They are highly respected in their local markets, and have deep experience in public relations and communications. We are excited to welcome them to the partnership and look forward to collaborating with and learning from them,” said Worldcom managing director Todd Lynch.

History Factory

History Factory, a Chantilly, VA agency that leverages research, archives management and technology to help companies translate their history and heritage into better performance and results, launches a new brand and website. The launch follows History Factory’s introduction of a new logo in December 2022. The agency says the new website is designed to streamline the visitor experience and highlight the ways that organizations might use their history and heritage to generate results based on their lived experiences. History Factory has worked with clients including the NFL, Verizon, Southwest Airlines and S&P Global.