Ronin Marketing | New Client Spotlight: Ronin says “Bienvenue” to Parc Franglaises!
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New Client Spotlight: Ronin says “Bienvenue” to Parc Franglaises!

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New Client Spotlight: Ronin says “Bienvenue” to Parc Franglaises!

With two Francophile Directors leading a team of self-confessed foodies, RONIN’s newest client has been a dream come true! Clearly, Brexit failed to taint intercontinental relations in our corner of the South-East, as we warmly welcome Parc Franglaises into the fold.

Based in Park Langley, Beckenham, it was taken over by new ownership late last year, with two enthusiastic sisters keen to rejuvenate to a much-loved-but-dated local eatery. Priding itself on the provision of a variety of high-quality meats, cheeses and specialty deli items, Parc Franglaises also offers fresh pastries, cakes and artfully brewed coffees.

Having already embarked on a rebrand and refurbishment of the café, the sisters have come to RONIN for the redesign of printed collateral, including mounted café boards, menus and customer cards. With the aim to reflect Parc Franglaises’ transition into an artisan delicatessen and coffee house, RONIN’s talented design squad will create Art Deco inspired designs to articulate quality, luxury and French finesse.

We’re looking forward to working with Parc Franglaises – not least for the gratis croissants – and helping to showcase its newly-revived ‘je ne sais quoi’ to both its new and faithful clientele.