Milk & Honey is the land of opportunity. Opportunities for our team, our clients, the media, and the end consumer. But mainly, it’s our opportunity to change business for the better.
Consumer champion, PriceSpy tasked us with asking shoppers to slow down & shop Black Friday, safe in the knowledge they were actually getting the best deals. We built a community of Super Savers to create content using PriceSpyu data to give shopping expertise on how to beat Black Friday.
Inner Circle makes dating better. They tasked us with getting people to
Dare to Date Better. So, we looked at the data and found a trend. We coined a new dating term, Groundhogging and prompted singles to re-think how they view dating their ‘type’.
We work with the C-suite, communications, marketing and HR teams to put the right campaigns in place. Working with industry professionals, influencers, journalists, producers and bloggers to share your stories.
We don’t specialise by sector, we focus on nurturing reputations and delivering business value. But don’t take our word for it, take a look at some of the brands we’ve worked with over the years.
Who we work with
What we've been up to lately
Milk & Honey further extends global footprint with Singapore office
Meilin Wong, award-winning business leader, joins as CEO to set up Singapore business Milk & Honey PR, recognised as one of the fastest growing international communications agencies, has appointed Meilin Wong as Partner & CEO of the company’s new Singapore entity, effective 1 June 2023. Giving Milk & Honey offices in London, New York, Munich and now Singapore. Reporting to Kirsty Leighton, Founder & Group CEO, Meilin joins as
Milk & Honey consolidates sustainability expertise into new global specialist division
Leading global B Corp PR Agency, Milk & Honey PR, bolsters sustainability offer to address rising client demand to do better business Milk & Honey, confirmed last week as number 11 in the PR Week Top 150: ESG , has announced the launch of a new division to provide ESG, impact and purpose communications support to clients of all sizes. The new division, to be known as imPACT, is formed with
Why I chose to do an apprenticeship
Jonah Miti After spending two years studying business at sixth form college, I was fascinated with the inner workings of businesses and improving my knowledge of marketing and communications. After looking into my options, I wanted to do an apprenticeship rather than attend university as I was keen to gain first-hand experience working in PR and develop my knowledge of