September Update

September Update

Well, it’s certainly been a busy Summer! August used to be a quiet month but with ‘Christmas in July’ and festive samples flying to magazine houses all over London, it’s been far from quiet.

Our little team continues to grow with Jo and Katie working across all the client accounts. PR Toolkit is growing and developing as we get feedback from our clients. The summer has been filled with the usual planning meetings, photo shoots, ‘Christmas in July’, PR collaborations, food events and press trips.

Our clients are really pushing things forwards, special mentions for Macknade announcing the launch of a second site at Elwick place in Ashford, we’re expecting it to open sometime in Autumn. Our PR team is working on a press trip for national writers coming down to the Faversham site in September.

The team at OGGs deserves a shout out too as this company has not lifted their foot of the gas-pedal for a single second, something we have come to expect from this dynamic company. After a Sainsbury’s and Waitrose launch in July, we’ve generated a bumper Summer of coverage with 46 pieces of coverage in July and August. There’s no sign of a let up for this ethical egg-free, dairy-free cake maker.

The gorgeous Pearson’s Arms in Whitstable has been given some fantastic (well-deserved) reviews as we look ahead to Autumn and what delicious creations this innovative team has in store.

We’re kicking off September with several completely new programmes. We are delighted to see the return of Lost Sheep Coffee to the team, they have so much to shout about. Starting with the launch of a new decaf capsule (that’s hot to the press – get in touch for more details).

We will be supporting a local celebrity chef who has a lot of delicious projects afoot….more details later.

We have a few other new projects underway in the background, we can’t say any more for now but there will be more on those next month….

1 Comment
  • Martin Stanning

    September 23, 2019at8:37 am Reply

    Sounds good! Keep up the hard work!

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