Two new clients for Leeds-based Content Soup

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Leeds PR and social agency, Content Soup, has started 2018 with two new client wins. 

The team has been hired by hospitality uniform manufacturer and distributor, Chef Works Europe, to develop a social media strategy and deliver ongoing social media management aimed at driving awareness of its new website and UK product availability. 

It will also conduct ongoing PR for the brand, manage all social advertising and deliver large-scale creative campaigns aimed at creating online conversations amongst UK chefs.

Emma Cohen, marketing manager of Chef Works Europe, said: “Content Soup demonstrated a deep understanding of our brand and impressed us with their creative and intuitive ideas that will make us stand out on social media and really resonate with chefs and those working within the hospitality sector.” 

The agency has also been hired to carry out the national PR for the UK’s first female only online sneaker e-tailer, Second Store. 

Jasmine Headley-Craik, co-owner of Content Soup, said: “We’re really excited to be starting 2018 with two brilliant new clients.”