With a growing world population and increased demand for materials, water, energy and land, supply chains will become much more volatile and manufacturing closer to home will make the country more resilient to these effects. Reshoring production, where manufacturers who had previously moved their production overseas bring it back to this country, is already a reality, with it now much easier for Britain to compete with lower cost locations on quality, delivery speed and customisation.
A booming sector
Britain is the birthplace of the industrial revolution and remains a leading manufacturing nation today. The country is also a world leader in hi-tech sectors such as aerospace. There are 2.6 million people directly employed in manufacturing in the UK, and British manufacturers saw product sales of £364.7bn in 2016, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
A team that gets results
Marketing in manufacturing is tricky. Too bland and you fail to get your message across. Too flashy and you risk sending the wrong message. But when you get it just right, the results speak for themselves.
Why do we believe so strongly in this niche market? First, we have a rich heritage in manufacturing and supply chain, delivering many system change projects over the years. Second, we understand the nuances of business-to-business (B2B) marketing. Most importantly, we know that manufacturers rely on data to make informed decisions, and data fuels everything we do. We know you’re accountable for results, and we hold ourselves accountable to you.
Get in touch with our skilled and engaged team to find out how we can help you transform your online presence to reflect the digital landscape of today. In the meantime, take a look at our portfolio page to see our experience and talents for yourself.