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Bridge PR specialises in B2B PR and marketing for manufacturing, engineering, technology, supply chain and construction businesses.

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Increase your company's brand and product visibility in your key markets through focused and targeted content and media coverage.

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Enhance your reputation and credibility by sharing your knowledge and expertise in your industry sectors using effective and engaging stories that provoke thinking.

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Implement marketing strategies that keep your business ahead of the game.

 

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Diversify or Die
03 November 2017

Diversify or Die

Some sectors in manufacturing seem to be having a turbulent time right now. The global economy is impacting on Britain’s producers, especially USA policy, and Brexit continues to create a feeling of uncertainty. The oil and gas industry is still in the doldrums and not likely to recover fully any time soon, and although there is still a lot...

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Circumnavigating the circular economy
06 October 2017

Circumnavigating the circular economy

Even though many manufacturing businesses have an environmental or CSR policy in place as part of their supply chain requirements, a significant number have still never heard the term circular economy before, or, mistakenly, they thought that it simply meant they have a recycling policy in place. The circular economy is a key component of Industry...

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Why are Manufacturers still not social?
#AutomotivePR, #AviationPR, #Communication, #ConstructionPR, #ContentMarketing, #DigitalMedia, #DigitalPR, #EngineeringPR, #ITPR, #LogisticsPR, #ManufacturingPR, #MarketingChannels, #MarketingStrategy, #ProfessionalServicesPR, #SocialMedia, #SupplyChainPR, #TechnicalPR, #TechnologyPR By Kate Molloy on 07 August 2017

Why are Manufacturers still not social?

We are living in a digital age where social media has a particularly dominant presence. You only have to look at the all the attention Trump generates from his Twitter use. But on a serious note, and on a commercial level, social marketing has provided myriad opportunities for business. People are now using their smart devices to keep up-to-date...

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Hollie Stoutt: A love of literature and media has taken me to PR.
29 June 2017

Hollie Stoutt: A love of literature and media has taken me to PR.

Literature and Media have both been my passion throughout my school life. Everything about these subjects intrigued me and to make things even better, I was good at them. Therefore when I was looking for a work experience placement I aimed at going to a publishing firm. By doing English literature at A level and moving away from Media I focussed...

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Are engineers finally waking up to the benefits of social media marketing?
29 June 2017

Are engineers finally waking up to the benefits of social media marketing?

As social media marketing continues to mature, are industrial professionals making the most of their online presence and developing their digital footprints to help grow their businesses?  Until recently, businesses seen as being typically ‘traditional’ were a lot slower than those in other sectors in making the most of what...

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Case Studies as a Great Marketing Tool
#AutomotivePR, #AviationPR, #CaseStudies, #ConstructionPR, #ContentMarketing, #DigitalMedia, #DigitalPR, #EngineeringPR, #ITPR, #LogisticsPR, #ManufacturingPR, #MarketingChannels, #MarketingStrategy, #PRServices, #ProfessionalServicesPR, #SocialMedia, #StrategicMarketingCommunications, #SupplyChainPR, #TargetAudiences, #TechnicalPR, #TechnologyPR By Denise Taylor on 26 April 2017

Case Studies as a Great Marketing Tool

  Demonstrate your business expertise by case example Every day your company makes its products, sells it services, and goes about its business.  You and your team solve your customers’ problems, ease their pains and generally make them feel happy about doing business with you.  But how often do you take a step back, and...

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