Productiv has awarded transport, technology and cleantech communications consultancy Prova PR a full-service contract to further its business success.
The communications programme, which will driven by Prova, will support Productiv’s ambitious plans to double its turnover within three years by attracting the next wave of technology developers, investors, team members and OEM partners.
Productiv chief executive Richard Bruges commented: “As a business, we’ve undergone enormous change over the past few years. This has allowed us to continue to support the evolving needs of small and large companies that want to bring clean-tech products to market, rapidly and cost-effectively.
“We believe in British manufacturing, innovation and entrepreneurship. That’s why we’re committed to helping fledgling businesses to fly. Our offering in the field of venture engineering is unique and the time is right to start telling our story to the wider world.
“Prova, with its focus on the sectors we serve, is the right partner to deliver that.”
Richard Postins, managing director at Prova added: “Productiv has impressive capabilities, supporting a range of significant clean tech innovations across a broad spectrum of sectors.
“The company’s story will interest numerous audiences and it’s one we look forward to telling across online and traditional media, as well as social and digital channels, and key industry and stakeholder events.
“As with all our campaigns, our focus is on delivering a measurable commercial benefit for our clients. We are setting ambitious targets in terms of return on investment for Productiv.”
Prova serves key clients across the transport, technology and cleantech sectors, including the AA, MG, Honda, Euro Car Parts, Lorax, Duvas and CooperOstlund – as well as fast-growing university spin-out businesses. The company’s unique experience adds commercial value well beyond the field of marketing communications.