Technical PR is a specialist, niche area of the PR industry. The good news is Stone Junction is amongst the leading agencies in our niche. We know the media, we understand the challenges and we have probably written about your technology before.
It might be that you want to promote a product that's viewed as a commodity; resistors or bearings for example. Or you might be at the cutting edge of industry, selling robotics, augmented reality or automation equipment for big data or Industry 4.0 applications.
The good news is that, while it might not be easy, Stone Junction has the skills, contacts and abilities to achieve your objectives whether you perceive you products and services to be cutting edge or not.
We are great copywriters with great media contacts and knowledge of B2B PR. We are also innovative and creative thinkers, internet savvy digital marketers and technically astute individuals.
So, if you are tired of explaining your technology over and over again to your B2B PR agency, you've come to the right place – 25 per cent of our degree qualified team are science or engineering graduates and our individual consultants have up to 15 years experience writing about industry.
What our technical PR clients think
"Stone Junction's team has been able to understand our highly technical product range and translate that understanding into pan-European media tactics that have been both effective and imaginative," explained Neil Oliver, technical marketing manager of Accutronics.
Technical PR expertise
Stone Junction's team has experience in promoting the following engineering technologies, as well as many, many more:
Meet the team
As well as being a media relations and copywriting expert,
Jess specialises in social media. She works on a range of award winning
multinational accounts including FTSE listed Renishaw, UK manufacturer
Cressall and EU Automation.
Jess is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and holds a Dual Honours in Media, Communications and Culture and Psychology.
Junction has been going from strength to strength, building up its
client base and championing the achievements of technical and
engineering firms, some of which are in Staffordshire."
Ben Adams, Staffordshire County Council