Photo-Me appoints Hudson Sandler as financial comms advisor

Photo-Me International plc, the photobooth and instant-service equipment group, has appointed Hudson Sandler as its retained financial communications advisor, following a competitive pitch.

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Wendy Baker

Hudson Sandler will promote Photo-Me’s investment case and raise its profile amongst City stakeholders.

Photo-Me operates a wide range of instant service equipment and has 45,500 vending locations in the UK, France and Japan and 14 other countries.

It is the world’s leading operator of photobooths – with 27,600 units – and it operates a diverse range of vending equipment, including digital printing kiosks, laundry machines, children’s rides and amusement machines, in the “most sought-after” locations around the world.

Wendy Baker, director at Hudson Sandler, leads the team with support from Emily Dillon and Jasper Bartlett, and senior support from Andrew Hayes and Alex Brennan.

Baker said: “Photo-Me is a strong, recognised brand and an exciting and international innovation-led business. We’re delighted to have been appointed by the company following a competitive pitch process to advise on Photo-Me’s financial and corporate communications and positioning.”

 

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