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New Look OB2B Industrial Marketing & PR Specialist Company Exhibiting for First Time at UK Composites Engineering Show

05 November 2013

A new look Outsourcing B2B Marketing is exhibiting for the first time at this year’s UK Composites Engineering Show.

Ahead of the show, the company says it has just completed a rebranding and corporate image revamp with a new logo, all redesigned in-house. The company has rebranded to become ‘OB2B Industrial Marketing & PR’, but retaining its focus on providing specialist marketing and publicity support for manufacturing companies, especially those with products related to composites.

The company believes that the Composites Engineering Show is an ideal UK trade show for Northamptonshire-based Outsourcing B2B Marketing to exhibit at, given the company’s specialist focus on providing technical marketing and publicity services to composites, engineering plastics and adhesives manufactures and distributors.

The Founder, Nigel O’Dea, commented, “The Advanced Engineering UK show with its five engineering shows in one has grown every year and is now a significant UK based international trade event. After the continued success of the Composites Engineering show last year, I decided to exhibit in 2013, confident that doing so will establish stronger brand awareness and help grow the business further in this key industry sector for us.” 

Visit stand C172 at the show. 





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