Keith Prowse appoints Threepipe as retained SEO agency

Keith Prowse, the UK’s leading hospitality provider, has appointed Threepipe as its retained SEO agency to help drive organic search visibility around key sporting events at which it provides hospitality experiences.

Threepipe has been appointed following the launch of the Keith Prowse website earlier this year, which has seen the online platform establish itself as the go-to site for those seeking to discover and book hospitality for the UK’s most iconic sporting and cultural events.

Keith Prowse official appointments include The Championships, Wimbledon, Edgbaston Stadium, KIA Oval, The Queen’s Club Championships, Investec Derby Festival and Cheltenham Festival. Additionally, from autumn 2018, all match day hospitality at Twickenham Stadium will be delivered by England Rugby Hospitality, with Keith Prowse operating as exclusive sales agent.

Jim Hawker, Co-Founder, Threepipe says: “We are delighted to be working with one of the best recognised names in sporting and cultural events. We can’t wait to bring our blend of technical and off site content strategy to drive commercial improvement.”

Sam Coates, Head of Marketing, Keith Prowse adds: “We were impressed by Threepipe’s previous experience and depth of understanding of the sports sector, as well as their pragmatic approach to SEO. We are looking forward to working with Threepipe to help drive organic search visibility to our website and our key sporting events.”

Keith Prowse is part of Levy Restaurants UK, the sports, leisure and hospitality division of Compass Group UK & Ireland.

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