Fast growing London based PR agency, Milk & Honey PR, has been appointed by Health Exchange, a physical, mental health and wellbeing social-enterprise, to manage all of the company’s communications as they expand across the UK.
This latest win adds to Milk & Honey PR’s ever-expanding health and wellness portfolio which includes a successful programme with Health Exchange’s sister company Living Well Taking Control. Milk & Honey will be responsible for developing Health Exchange’s presence with local communities throughout the UK and supporting it’s recruitment goals. The brief spans a 360 programme which encompasses corporate relations, community engagement and social media.
Health Exchange is co-owner of Living Well Taking Control – a programme which works with the NHS to treat patients at risk of Type 2 diabetes and obesity. Health Exchange focuses on delivering mental health services, social prescribing, and diabetes support, to local communities across the UK through counselling and group classes.
The team will be led by associate partner, Francesca O’Connor. The wider team includes client manager Lewis Oakley, client executive Charlie Bush, and client assistant Lizzie Elkin.
Ron Owttrim, CEO of Health Exchange says, “The success of Milk & Honey’s programme with LWTC confirmed that they are right partner to deliver the Health Exchange programme. Milk & Honeys PR’s plus one mentality and passion for delivering business value makes them a great extension to our team. We look forward to working with them to inform new audiences about the potential of social prescribing and support in transforming the health of local communities.”
Francesca O’Connor, associate partner at Milk & Honey PR says, “Physical and mental health is extremely important to us at Milk & Honey. Being one of the few B-Corp certified PR agencies in the UK, we feel passionate about working with organisations that do good in their local communities as well as internationally. We look forward to supporting Health Exchange to change the lives of patients.”