Little Dish awards DHM creative brief

Little Dish, the Innocent-backed children's food company, has hired Dye Holloway Murray as its first creative agency ahead of a marketing push later this year.

The company, which was founded in April 2006, appointed DHM without a pitch. The agency has been given the task of creating a branding campaign for Little Dish to run across print, point of sale, digital and trade events. The work will break in the autumn.

In May, Little Dish hired Cluny Brown, who previously worked in similar roles at Bloom Design and the organic chocolate company Green & Blacks, as its marketing manager. She said: "We're a small company with some substantial investors, and we are thrilled to be using an agency with some of the biggest brains in the business."

Dye Holloway Murray was founded at the start of this year by Dave Dye, Jorian Murray, the former managing director of DDB London, and Justin Holloway, a DDB planner.