Communicating your message, so it's clearly seenclearly heardfully understood.
Words in Motion was established almost 20 years ago to bridge the following gaps in the B2B PR/Communications space:
- The gap between what agencies thought clients ‘wanted’ and what clients said they ‘needed’
- The gap between what the media needed and what agencies supplied
- The resulting gulf between what clients were trying to say and what was actually being seen, heard and understood by their target audiences
Clients were treated as commodities, the media with contempt and target audiences to bland, generic material with hapazard messaging that at best informed but never inspired.
Our more personalised approach to B2B PR/Communications is built on the foundation of relationship building, message development and successful communications. Nurturing the all-important relationships between you, your target audience, and your media. Crafting your key messages to help you achieve your wider business aims and objectives. Creating informative, innovative and inspirational materials that consistently communicate your story, getting it seen, heard, and understood.
18 years' success in delivering B2B PR/Comms that informinnovateinspire.
Real world experience in the UK, US and EMEA
Including ERP, MRP, PLM, SCM, SFDC, APS, SHD, CAD/CAM, Warehousing & Logistics, CRM, CMMS, EASM, FSM
MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING
Including Maintenance, Maintenance Management, Materials Handling, Energy Management, HVAC, Production Plant & Equipment, Health & Safety, Asset Management, Waste/Recycling, Fleet Management
Including Food & Beverage, Automotive, Aerospace, Heavy Engineering, Precision Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics, FMCG, Chemicals, Hazardous Materials, Pharmaceuticals, Life Sciences, Defence, Plastics, Energy, Paper, Packaging & Labelling
PHARMA & HEALTHCARE
Including Strategic PR & Counsel, Corporate & Product Identity, Profile Raising, Reputation Management, KOL/Stakeholder mapping, Disease Awareness, Medical Writing & Design (web and print), HCP Comms