Technical PR agency, Stone Junction, will be joining this year’s largest gathering of the UK engineering professionals on the November 3 and 4 at the NEC, Birmingham, when it exhibits at Advanced Engineering. Stone Junction will be on stand number C33.
Eager to showcase it’s PR expertise at this year’s show, Stone Junction offers a wide range of services for businesses in the engineering and manufacturing sectors.
The Stone Junction team has a built a reputation among its clients for being a friendly and approachable team of forward-thinking PR specialists. Key among its service offerings is international PR, a service that the majority of its client base takes advantage of, to help them reach global audiences in the right media.
Stone Junction sits comfortably in PR Week’s top 40 technical PR agencies list and continues to grow year on year. Despite the pandemic, the company managed to rack up an impressive tally of six awards in 2020 and is keen to share the expertise behind its success at this year’s event.
The annual engineering gathering spans two days and features a several hundred stands, including organisations such as Renishaw, IGUS and The National Composite Centre. Growing in popularity, more and more curious manufacturers visit Advanced Engineering each year to discover the cutting-edge technologies and product innovations on display. As such, the 2019 event saw a five per cent increase in visitor numbers from its previous year.
“Despite the inevitable impact of the pandemic, Stone Junction has acquired a number of exciting, new clients from all over the globe.” explained Richard Stone, managing director of Stone Junction. “In the last 18 months we’ve won new clients in Austria, Holland, India, Israel, Poland, Romania, Sweden and the United States with more on the horizon.”
Stone Junction’s team consists of 35 consultants, speaking 14 languages and all of its clientele operates internationally in one of the STEM sectors.