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Aro PR and Marketing launching new service at Subcon '19

Posted 1 May 2019 · Add Comment

Aro PR and Marketing are going to be launching their marketing and brand management service at UK manufacturing supply chain show, Subcon at the NEC in Birmingham, 4th to 6th June.

Aro’s Managing Director, Billy McKenna, said: “We are looking forward to exhibiting at the show, meeting with new businesses and discussing how we can raise their profile in the specialist media. We are excited to be launching our marketing service at Subcon 2019 as it opens more doors for businesses in terms of marketing, without the overhead of a marketing department.”

“Aro is a specialist PR and marketing agency for composites, advanced engineering and scientific companies. Whether you manufacture aeroplane parts or metrology systems, supply aero-tooling solutions or surface finishing technologies, Aro can help boost your company’s profile.”

At Subcon 2019, Aro are launching their marketing & brand management service, in which an outsourced marketing manager from Aro will liaise directly with designers, printers and the media to raise the company’s profile. Effectively, Aro becomes an integral part of the team, managing marketing and PR projects, leaving the business to focus on the day job.

Billy added: “We know what it takes to provide high quality, cost effective strategic PR and marketing support, helping clients achieve their sales objectives both in the UK and globally. If you are attending Subcon, come over and have a chat with Aro’s team to discuss how we could help your business.”

Aro – which has experience across the full marketing communications mix, including PR, social media management, media relations, public affairs/lobbying, together with copywriting, graphic design, web design & build and event management expertise – works closely with a range of clients across the aerospace, marine, automotive and medical sectors.


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