Tuesday Media wins three new clients

Liverpool communications agency Tuesday Media has won three new clients including well known architects firm K2. Tony McDonough reports

Sophie Wilson
Sophie Wilson, founder and chief executive of Tuesday Media


Liverpool-based Tuesday Media has secured a trio of new clients including two retained clients and a project focused on women’s health issues.

Its two new retained clients are architects K2 and E-Sign, a secure document management contract automation company. The communications agency is also working with skincare and aesthetics wellness expert Dr Yusra Al-Mukhtar.

Dr Yusra runs clinics in Liverpool and London. Her project will focus on a report being published in the autumn around prioritising women’s health issues.

Tuesday Media founder and chief executive Sophie Wilson lived in the South East of England for 20 years, building up a successful business. However, she contracted COVID-19 and became so ill that at one point she was hospitalised.

Her symptoms persisted for months, severely hampering her ability to work. In June 2020 she moved back to her parents’ home in Liverpool. In 2021 she decided to stay in the city and relaunch Tuesday Media. She is based out of the city’s Baltic Triangle district.

Tuesday’s client base is now split 50/50 between the North West and the South East. Its team specialises in PR, media relations, content marketing and SEO.

Sophie said: “We are committed to making great work and to do that we want to work with great people.As storytelling specialists, we are passionate about helping businesses realise that their story is the most powerful thing that they can own. And yet, telling that story is something that so many people find difficult.

“The public wants to hear from businesses that are keen to make a positive change in the world, especially given current world events. Tuesday Media is best placed to help shape these stories from Liverpool, the North West and beyond.”

Kevin Horton, partner at K2 Architects, added: “If the last two years has taught us anything it’s that the local and community spaces we inhabit impact our health and wellbeing.

“K2 strives to bring about change for the better in our civic spaces, by designing for the community, from the inside out.”

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