Benugo briefs Fleet Street Communications

British food and drink business Benugo has appointed Fleet Street Communications as its retained PR agency.

Benugo was founded in 1998 by Ben Warner and brother Hugo Warner in London’s Clerkenwell. It nowFleet Street Communications operates 11 high street cafes, restaurants, dining spaces throughout London, including Curzon St, Luton Airport, Covent Garden, Great Portland St, Waterloo Station, St Pancras, Wigmore Street and Victoria.

Fleet Street Communications will provide support for Benugo’s retail, restaurant and public space sites.

The brief includes trade and corporate comms activity, and the agency will also identify local opportunities.

Mark Stretton, MD at Fleet Street Communications, added: “Benugo is a fantastic business that fits perfectly into our portfolio of hospitality and leisure clients. It has an inspiring vision and we are delighted to have the opportunity to support it.

“FSC’s experience and credentials in the sector complement Benugo’s market positioning and strategy for growth, making the partnership an ideal match.”

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