- Stafford, United Kingdom
- 1 to 50 Employees
- 3 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2006
- Revenue: $1 to $5 million (USD)
- Advertising & Public Relations
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Climate coverage floods the news but is often described as breathless and failing to broadcast the entire picture. Companies can contribute positively to the conversation, while still avoiding the dreaded news fatigue, so often associated with climate coverage, by changing the way they generate news, alongside the changes they apply to improve sustainability. “Articles about climate coverage are quite doom laden in the media and now it appears that journalists are trying to reset the balance,” said Charlie Rapple co-founder of science communication specialist Kudos. “We need to adjust how stories are conveyed to the media in order to bridge the gap and encourage journalists to report the stories.” As a result, many outlets are implementing new strategies to try to improve climate coverage whilst also making it more digestible, engaging readers further. The bottom-line is that climate coverage is changing, and businesses can take advantage of the data their own practice generates to engage with the discussion. There is no need to try and win the marathon, taking part is the right thing to do for the environment and enough to provide journalists with the kinds of stories their changing newsrooms demand.
Türkiye-based robotics automation manufacturer, Tezmaksan has appointed technical PR agency, Stone Junction to handle its international PR and promote the launch of its robotic process automation (RPA) system, CUBEBOX. Tezmaksan selected Stone Junction because of its record of delivering effective STEM PR campaigns in the DACH region. The integrated marketing campaign will target the UK, Germany, Italy and The Netherlands, taking advantage of the agency’s in-house language skills and international media contacts. Tezmaksan has 42 years of experience specialising in the manufacturing of machine tools and industrial equipment. The company also supplies robotics equipment to sectors including automotive, energy, and general manufacturing. The initial focus of Tezmaksan’s PR campaign is to promote the launch of its CUBEBOX RPA system, an advanced automation solution designed to optimise business processes. CUBEBOX leverages software and robots to automate repetitive and rule-based tasks such as data entry and transaction processing. “We have longstanding relationships with key media outlets in DACH, which we leverage to deliver excellence for our client base operating in the region,” explained Richard Stone, managing director of Stone Junction. “We regularly attend prominent German trade shows, such as Automatica, Hannover Messe and SPS, to build new relationships, enhance existing ones and find out more about the common challenges and priorities of businesses in the region.
Stone Junction Awards & Accolades
- Team Culture and Community Award, PRCA Dare awards, 2021
- Best Staff Wellbeing Initiative, CIPR PRide Awards, 2021
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