Need Somewhere To Stay?, the UK’s leading flatshare site, is delighted to announce that they have appointed The Wriglesworth Consultancy as their retained consumer PR agency.


The site, which has over 750,000 registered users, has chosen Wriglesworth to expand their brand recognition among consumers and help them maintain their status as the UK’s premier online flatshare resource.  This will be achieved through a variety of PR tactics including the use of the sites mass of data to create thought-provoking insightful campaigns – a skill that Wriglesworth uses to the advantage of many of its clients.


Mark Baker, Director at Wriglesworth and head of the Research unit, will lead the account and be supported by an experienced team drawn from the agency’s corporate department.


Matt Hutchinson, Marketing Director at, said: “We are pleased to appoint Wriglesworth as our retained consumer PR agency.   The UK flatshare market is booming and when we spoke to Wriglesworth, we knew that they had the right mix of experience, intuition and intelligence to provide us with the type of PR support that our rapidly growing business needs.”


Mark Baker said: “Wriglesworth has worked with a wide variety of residential property websites and we are therefore delighted to be able to use this knowledge and expertise to the advantage of   They have a fantastic proposition that has seen them grow dramatically in the flatshare market and we look forward to working with their internal team to widen their brand recognition and cement their position at the top of the industry.”


For more information on and The Wriglesworth Consultancy contact: 020 7427 1400.


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