Sauce Communications appoints Sarah Canet to international director role

Spoon PR founder Sarah Canet has joined lifestyle comms agency Sauce Communications to build its international division and brought four new clients onto its books.


Sarah Canet

Canet, who has more than 20 years’ experience, brings three of her long-standing clients to Sauce: Italian restaurateur and chef Massimo Bottura from Osteria Francescana, Swedish chef Niklas Ekstedt from Ekstedt in Stockholm and Seattle chef and polymath Nathan Myhrvold and his modernist cuisine series of books.

She also brings with her a recent signing, chef Ben Shewry from Attica in Melbourne.

They join global restaurateur Jason Atherton, D&D London, Thomson & Scott Skinny Champagne and Prosecco, and Relais & Chateaux as Sauce clients.

In her new role, Canet will report to Sauce co-founders Nicky Hancock and Jo Barnes.

Hancock said: “Sarah brings a wealth of experience and clients with her to Sauce at a very exciting time as we build our International division.”

Canet said: “I have always admired the results that Sauce Communications achieve and so I am excited to be joining them.”

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