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Triggerfish Communications appointed to manage PR activity for Museum of London and Museum of London Docklands

Triggerfish Communications appointed to manage PR activity for Museum of London and Museum of London Docklands

By Said Hamed

Triggerfish, the central London-based hospitality communications agency, has been appointed to oversee all meetings and events related PR activity for London landmarks the Museum of London and the Museum of London Docklands.

15.05.2018

Triggerfish Communications appointed to manage PR activity for Museum of London and Museum of London Docklands

The yearlong appointment sees Triggerfish tasked with increasing awareness of the two sites’ event offerings across both trade and consumer press, online and social media.

Split over two locations, the Museum of London and the Museum of London Docklands are award-winning charitable institutions focused on charting the history of the capital from the Roman period to the modern day.

Andrew White, managing director of Triggerfish said: ‘We have a strong background in the landmark sector and are delighted to welcome the Museum of London and the Museum of London Docklands into our ever-growing roster. This new business win is testament to our position within the hospitality sector and like all our business, has been won due to us adapting to new ways of communicating and engaging with target customers.’

Sarah McQueen, venues and hospitality manager at the Museum of London commented, ‘This is an exciting new venture for us and we are delighted to be working with industry experts Triggerfish. The agency has a proven track record for helping clients to drive awareness within the sector and increase market share and we look forward to working closely with the team to champion London and it’s rich history.’

Triggerfish is a leading communications agency working in the hospitality industry to create a distinctive positioning and newsworthy stories for the business to business, consumer and online markets. Clients include Compass Group UK & Ireland, Center Parcs and the National Theatre.