• Jessica Ward

What does 2019 have in store for Crown Media?

Happy new year to all!

We are super excited for 2019. We have brought on some fabulous new clients in 2018 and we cannot wait to see the fruits of our labour and watch them grow.

We have a few projects on the go this January. We have been working with our friends over at Sotto in Wilmslow. They are an Italian and Spanish fusion restaurant serving fabulous food and drink.

We were first introduced to Sotto through VIVA Magazine. We carried out a food review (which you can find here) and were completely blown away by the freshness and high quality, authentic ingredients Sotto has to offer.

Since then, we are pleased to report that business has been booming for Sotto. So much so, that they have extended their opening hours and are now serving lunch! They are even expanding their lunch menu to include more authentic tapas – we cannot wait to sample these.

Sotto have also introduced a new arm to their growing business and have recently launched Sotto Catering. From business lunches, conferences, events and even weddings, Sotto has created delicious menus to suit all occasions.

We are so pleased to announce that Sotto has chosen Crown Media to help them on their new venture, and we are over the moon to be part of the process.

We are delighted to start working with the National Leasehold Campaign (NLC). NLC is a community of leaseholders set up to provide help and support to each other and campaign for the abolition of leasehold in England and Wales (leasehold was abolished in Scotland in 2004).

Did you know that if you buy a leasehold property you are a tenant - you don’t own a brick, you own the right to live in the property for the term of the lease?

Buying the freehold can be costly (and if you live in a flat it may not even be possible). MPs have dubbed the leasehold scandal as "the PPI of the housing industry”.

We are looking forward to putting our marketing expertise to good use to help NLC to spread the word and bring about much needed leasehold reform.

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