It’s time for cleantech marketing to come of age.
The cleantech sector has grown substantially over the last decade, becoming one of the world’s fastest-growing and most talked-about industries. Not only are sectors such as energy, transportation, bioeconomy and agriculture full of new and established start-ups, but major corporates are entering the market too thanks to acquisitions and partnerships.
However, has cleantech marketing matched this rapid pace of evolution? We think not. And that’s a problem, as the rules of marketing are changing. We know this first hand having been in the game for 10 years and have learned, adapted and grown every step of the way. Now it’s time that cleantech marketing grew up too.
We understand that having to take communications seriously is a scary thought. Don’t worry though, we’ll have you covered when we host our first ever Life Size webinar on the subject of Grown up marketing on Wednesday 12 June, 10-10.45am BST.
Our CEO Alisa Murphy and Head of Campaigns Adam Brady will tackle some of the themes that have been bubbling away in the background of marketing for years which are now taking more and more prominence. Is the traditional press release dying out? How do you get your content to be seen in an ever-growing, overcrowded marketplace? And how do you fully utilise content marketing to build your own audience?
As well as discussing what these trends mean in practical terms, Alisa and Adam will share two examples of our clients who grasp that successful marketing delivers value to their audience before the company itself. With their respective #ThinkBioplastic and Reimagine Energy campaigns, Biome Bioplastics and Kiwigrid have invested time, dared to take risks and played the long game in the pursuit of communications success.
If you’re ready to take your communications to the next level, then find out details of the webinar and register by clicking here: Grown up marketing with Life Size.
Alisa and Adam will also be discussing grown up marketing at Ecosummit 2019 in Berlin at 9am CEST on Thursday 16 May. Make sure to check out their talk if you’re attending the event.