ARDEX UK appoints our PR team
06 May, 2014
ARDEX UK has chosen our PR team to handle a campaign with a key focus on validating the company as problem solvers for the construction industry. The project will kick off with an on-going programme of case study development aimed at both offline and online media, as well as showcasing ARDEX’s high profile projects.
ARDEX UK, part of ARDEX Group, has chosen us to handle a PR campaign with a key focus on validating the company as problem solvers for the construction industry. The project will kick off with an on-going programme of case study development aimed at both offline and online media, as well as showcasing ARDEX’s high profile projects including The Savoy Hotel, The Royal Albert Hall, London 2012 Olympic Aquatic centre and most recently, The British Museum.
ARDEX UK is a provider of high-performance speciality building materials and the brand choice for installers and distributors throughout the construction industry. Hana Sankey, Marketing Communications Executive at ARDEX UK, said: “ARDEX has a well established reputation amongst architects and installers and we have worked with many well-known clients over recent years. We will be using case studies as a core medium for communicating how our products are used in the industry, as well as using this endorsement as part of our marketing collateral.” > Commenting on the recent appointment, Justine Smith, MD of our PR division said: “Engagement and content creation is more in demand than ever before. Fresh content helps companies and brands engage with prospects, customers and partners. We are delighted that ARDEX UK has chosen KISS PR to handle this case study specific PR campaign. The company has an extensive portfolio working across a number of different sectors, and communicating ARDEX’s industry expertise and ability to consistently deliver a premium service will be the focus of this campaign.”
We provide case study services for a broad range of clients, including Snap-on Industrial, IMServ, 8 Solutions and Eurotherm.