Morning Advertiser’s Mike Berry joins Fleet Street Communications

The Morning Advertiser’s managing editor, Mike Berry, is joining Fleet Street Communications to take on the newly-created role of head of content.

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Mike Berry

Berry has worked as a drinks and leisure journalist for 17 years. In addition to his current position at the Morning Advertiser, he has also held senior content roles at publishers covering the HR, corporate comms and building services sectors.

In his new role at FSC, Berry will support the company’s clients in the food, drink, hospitality and leisure sectors to create content-led campaigns that deliver “meaningful impact”.

Berry, who will start his new role on October 17, said: “I’m delighted to be joining founder Mark Stretton and the team at FSC at what is an exciting time for the business.

“FSC is an agency which has long impressed me during my time in the industry with their approach and professionalism, along with its roster of top-notch clients. I look forward to getting started in this new role and making an impact.”

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