Fleet Street Communications (FSC), the specialist hospitality, leisure, food and drink agency has been appointed by Love Home Swap, the home swapping travel platform, to develop its B2B communications strategy and programme.
Using their expertise and in-depth knowledge of the leisure and travel sectors, FSC will implement a trade communication programme for Love Home Swap; with activity aimed at driving awareness and building the reputation of the travel platform within the key markets identified to support its growth.
Célia Pronto, Managing Director, Love Home Swap said:
“We were looking to work with an agency that we could form a real partnership with. Having worked with FSC in a previous role, I was keen to employ their industry knowledge and trusted counsel again; and knew that their passion for the business and strategic thinking would translate into results for our growing business. We’re excited to kickstart our work with them and drive Love Home Swap forward as part of our new B2B strategy.”
Mark Stretton, Managing Director added
“During these challenging times, it’s a real testament to the position we are in as an agency to add yet another high calibre and exciting business to our portfolio. Love Home Swap is an innovative and disruptive brand with a distinct position and opportunity, and we think it will transform the way people travel and holiday. We’re delighted to be helping the Love Home Swap team tell their story to a trade audience and articulate why this sharing-economy business is one to watch.”
Fleet Street Communications represents some of the UK’s biggest and most widely respected clients in food and drink, hospitality and leisure, such as Diageo, Bord Bia, Casual Dining Group, Ei Group, Expedia, Fourth, and Wing Yip.
Led by former Sunday Times journalist Mark Stretton and award-winning PR professional Steve Dann, Fleet Street Communications is represented by a team of leading trade and consumer PR professionals, based in London and Birmingham.
The company provides dedicated and focused communications within the hospitality and leisure sectors, with a special focus on the food and drink markets.