Stashbee Appoints The PHA Group to Drive Forward PR Strategy

by | Nov 16, 2018

Soho-based PR agency The PHA Group has been appointed by Stashbee to manage its communications and raise its profile in the UK media.

Stashbee aims to reinvent the way we store stuff for the sharing economy generation. The London-based startup is on a mission to help people across the UK who need extra space by connecting them to trusted local people who have it to spare.

The platform, founded by entrepreneurs Anthony Paine and David Mantle, aims to become the number one service for storage globally.

David Mantle at Stashbee, said: “We very much look forward to working with PHA. They brought a lot of passion and energy to the table and delivered a pitch that showed they really understood the sharing economy and our business.”

Nick Braund, Head of Technology at The PHA Group, said: “We are delighted to be working with Stashbee, who have created an innovative way to manage storage across the UK. We’re looking forward to raising their profile in the UK and being a part of this exciting journey.”

PHA has been tasked with raising awareness of the brand’s service, core values and updates.

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