Milk & Honey PR wins PriceSpy

Milk & Honey PR, the corporate brand agency set-up earlier this year, has been appointed by PriceSpy UK and Ireland.

Jo Cresswell

PriceSpy, owned by Schibsted media, is a price and product comparison service, and Milk & Honey will be responsible for its UK launch. The agency use a two-pronged approach to reach ecommerce and consumer audiences.

Adam Scott, country manager UK and IE at PriceSpy, said: “Milk & Honey demonstrated great energy and passion throughout the selection process. Their response to our brief was right on the mark. We know we have chosen the right partner to launch PriceSpy in the UK & Ireland and look forward to working closely with Milk & Honey to make this happen.”

Milk & Honey PR won the brief in a three-way pitch. Client director Jo Cresswell will lead the team.

Kirsty Leighton, managing partner at Milk & Honey PR, added: “We’re thrilled to be working with Adam and his team. PriceSpy is the perfect addition to our growing client portfolio; an exciting technology business with ambitious growth plans and a fantastic leadership team in place.”

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