Sense Communications expands its client roster with addition of Cannoleria and Sweet Greek

Melbourne-based Sense Communications has added cannoli store Cannoleria and restaurant Sweet Greek to its client list.

The agency will work on PR strategies for Cannoleria and execute both PR and marketing campaigns for Sweet Greek.

Cannoli chain Cannoleria has engaged Sense Communications

Cannoleria and Sweet Greek are accompanied on the agency’s food roster by the Prahan Market, That’s Amore Cheese, Mister Bianco and Massi restaurants. That’s Amore Cheese founded Cannoleria in 2018.

Sense Communications founder Leanne Baker said food is the foundation of the agency.

“We are thrilled to be expanding our food portfolio with the addition of popular brands Cannoleria and Sweet Greek. While the agency works across different industries, food is where the foundation of our business lies and we love to work with companies that display such passion in what they do,” she said.

“To say that 2020 has been tough for the entire food and hospitality industry in an understatement, so we have been working hard with our clients to create effective strategies to build resilience during this time. As a collective of senior communications consultants, we are proud to be able to deliver big agency experience and results with boutique agency service and cost.”

Cannoleria has two permanent stores in Melbourne, as well as pop-ups and cannoli carts.

Sweet Greek is located at the Prahan Market and also houses a catering division, two eponymous books and a new delivery service, ‘Home Sweet Home’. It is owned by Kathy Tsaples, who is marketed as ‘Melbourne’s godmother of Greek cuisine’.


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