Online restaurant reservation service Livebookings sticks with Brands2Life

Online restaurant reservation service Livebookings has completed its search for a full-service agency.

Brands2Life co-founder Giles Fraser: agency wins repitch for Livebookings
Brands2Life co-founder Giles Fraser: agency wins repitch for Livebookings

The company has stayed with incumbent Brands2Life but increased its remit to include corporate PR.

Brands2Life co-founder Giles Fraser said: ‘We aim to build the Livebookings corporate brand and demonstrate its business success as well as building its Bookatable brand through creative consumer PR.’

The agency is charged with helping to increase the number of membership restaurants and individual users. Livebookings handles more than one million customers a month across 9,000 restaurants.

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