Black Sun retains United Utilities Plc - Black Sun Global

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Black Sun retains United Utilities Plc

Following a competitive pitch involving 5 corporate reporting agencies, Black Sun have retained United Utilities as a client for a further term of 3 years.

United Utilities is the UK's leading multi-utility company, supplying electricity, water, gas and telecom services to millions of people in the UK and around the world, operating in eight countries on four continents.

Working with the Group since 2003, Black Sun have successfully streamlined United Utilities’ reporting programme from seven different types of reports and corporate brochures, to publishing just two documents: the Stakeholder Report - the first in the FTSE - and a combined Annual Report/20-F.

United Utilities were looking for an agency who could deliver a complete offer. Black Sun presented them with a clear reporting strategy and roadmap for the future to accommodate changing legislation and requirements. 

Julie Gaskell, Head of Corporate PR at United Utilities commented: “We were impressed by Black Sun’s knowledge of the changing corporate reporting landscape and also particularly with the strong and fresh creative presented.”

David Christopherson, Managing Director of Black Sun Plc, commented: “We are delighted to have retained United Utilities as a client. We are excited to be working with the Group on this next phase of the evolution of their corporate reporting.”