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OB2B Industrial Marketing Exhibits at Advanced Engineering 2017

24 October 2017

OB2B Industrial Marketing & PR provides marketing and PR writing services to manufacturers of polymer based materials, composites, engineering plastics and adhesives.

Technical and commercial expertise is combined to provide cost effective marketing and PR support to a global client base of multinationals and SMEs. Specialist outsourced support needed by a busy sales and marketing team is typically to help create new sales tools, review and update the company’s website, and to regularly write and send out press releases to target media. 

Founder and director, Nigel O’Dea, has a BSc in Materials Science and more than 28 years’ commercial experience working for major multinationals. During the show, visitors to the stand can see examples of news and application story press releases written for client companies which have gained successful national and global media coverage in magazines and online.

“Gaining editorial in a reputable magazine or website is extremely valuable as readers see it as impartial coverage, which has helped to open doors and secure new business for clients,” says O'Dea.

OB2B Marketing will exhibit on Stand L170 at Advanced Engineering 2017 on 1-2 November in Birmingham, UK.






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