Publitek has acquired UK headquartered Technical Associates Group (TAG) in a deal valued at up to £3.5 million. TAG offers a similar specialist range of technical, B2B, integrated marketing communications services to those of Publitek plus an in-house graphic design capability. Both companies address electronics, industrial, specialist IT and other tech sectors. To date, Publitek’s [...]
The race to the White House is often a tired and drawn-out affair, with countless months of dry political debate and endless barrages of fairly banal media sniping, but with very little in the way of actual excitement. The battle between Republican candidate Donald Trump and his Democrat counterpart Hillary Clinton has, in contrast, been compelling stuff - with new bombshells going off on an almost daily basis.
In an increasingly competitive environment, how can trade show exhibitors make sure they stand out among the crowd? How can they build up a maximum amount of interest in their technologies? In this eBook, Pinnacle Marketing Communications will help you to make the most of the marketing opportunities available ahead of Electronica.
Pinnacle Marketing, the leading supplier of integrated marketing communications services for technology companies. The way people source information for B2B purchasing is changing – alongside traditional routes, such as trade shows and print magazines, there are now a variety of online platforms and social media channels.
Conventional wisdom, in advertising as much as in any other field, does not necessarily hold true. Whilst we often base a number of decisions on anecdotal evidence and historical trends, it can be good to take a step back and re-assess our ideas. For example: is advertising in August – in the northern hemisphere anyway – a ‘waste of money’?
When I started in the industry almost 20 years ago, buying cycles were generally pretty simple. The electronics component vendor I worked for (like any other B2B manufacturer or service provider) placed print editorial and advertising in trade magazines to inform prospective customers about the new products it offered. Interested readers would then send enquiry [...]
The Internet has made consumers impatient and demanding of instant information with maximum brevity. Whether catching up on the news, seeking product information or a review to help decide on a purchase, we are not prepared to wade through lots of information to get what we need.
This close to the vote, and after we've all received so much (mis) information from both sides, the world probably doesn't need another blog post about ‘Brexit’.
First came Cameron’s gaffe in describing Nigeria and Afghanistan as “fantastically corrupt” to The Queen in what was assumed to be a private setting. Unfortunately for all involved cameras and sound equipment were present and captured the PM’s remarks.
The delicate balance between protecting and pioneering identity Recent weeks have seen the emergence of two industrial and engineering news stories that focus on the importance of choosing or altering a name - The first was the announcement by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) that they were going to open up their voting process to [...]