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Notch Communications wins CPI account

Agency aims to make CPI a ‘household name’

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Marketing and PR agency Notch Communications has secured a 4-year contract with UK-based technology innovation hub the Centre for Process Innovation (CPI), part of the UK government’s network of High Value Manufacturing Catapult centres.

As an existing client of Notch Communications, CPI will receive a custom communications plan comprising of social media assistance, press releases, case studies, articles and blogs.

Notch said: “We are very proud to be continuing and expanding our work with CPI and we aim to make CPI a household name as well as consolidating CPI’s place as the go-to destination for chemical, biological or process innovation.”

Collaborating with a mix of universities, small-medium enterprises and larger corporations, CPI overcomes process and innovation challenges associated with progressing small-scale scientific research to a commercial process by providing a range of R&D expertise, facilities and manufacturing process knowledge.

The centre itself consists of four national innovation hubs supporting printable electronics, biologics, formulation and industrial biotechnology and biorefining.

Commenting on the new contract, Matthew Herbert, marketing and communications manager at CPI, said: “By working with Notch Communications we are able to promote our work in ways we had never been able to achieve before.

“It has been a pleasure to work closely with the Notch team over the past months and I look forward to continuing to evolve our relationship over the next few years.”

Article by
Gemma Jones

9th February 2018

From: Marketing

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