Birmingham-based PR and publishing agency Edwin Ellis Creative Media has won a trio of new clients.
The agency, founded by former Birmingham Post editor Stacey Barnfield and his wife Catherine, will be managing the PR for Colmore Business Improvement District (BID), Glynn Purnell's Friday Night Kitchen event and ChaplaincyPlus, a Christian resource for Birmingham's business community.
Colmore BID runs the business district's annual food festival, which takes place in July, and funds other projects and improvements in the area.
Glynn Purnell's Friday Night Kitchen sees the Michelin-starred chef and Saturday Kitchen TV host leading a night of food and celebrities in aid of Cure Leukaemia in October.
ChaplaincyPlus serves the city's business community by supporting and encouraging professionals in the city centre through various resources and events.
Mr Barnfield said: "It is great to be working with these brilliant organisations and we hope our knowledge of Birmingham, its business community and the wider regeneration projects and schemes that are changing the city will help all of our clients prosper."
Edwin Ellis was launched in September 2015 and also publishes Retail BID Birmingham's Edit magazine and manages PR for Solihull BID and the Great Birmingham 10k and Great Birmingham Run half-marathon.