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From ditching diesel to global relocation – two new wins for Skout PR

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IPG Energy and Crown World Mobility are the latest clients to be added to B2B PR and marketing agency Skout’s roster.

IPG is a British climate-tech company, aiming to end the reliance on diesel fuel generators in multiple sectors. Founded in 2016, the business, which is backed by academic institutions and government agencies, has developed a flameless, fuel agnostic generator which claims to enable businesses to securely switch to renewable alternatives. The IPG Flameless Generator also promises healthier jobsites and a secure roadmap to ditching diesel at scale. Skout has been enlisted to help the climate-tech business build awareness and increase its media profile, as well as support its move into the US market.

The other recent win for the Macclesfield-based Skout team is Crown World Mobility, a global provider of international corporate relocation services. With a network of over 69 offices in over 35 countries, the business’s mission is to help clients navigate the challenges of international mobility to ensure a successful and stress-free relocation experience for employees and mobility teams. Skout will be leading the content strategy for the business with the aim of increasing brand awareness.

Skout MD, Rob Skinner, said: “It’s been a busy and fast-paced start to 2023 with interest from a wide range of businesses. We are absolutely delighted to have secured two new accounts and we are underway with raising their profile, improving their marketing performance and helping them grow and expand in the months ahead.”

The addition of Crown World Mobility and IPG adds to a client base which already includes international B2B brands such as Miele, Vertex Inc, Stone: A Converge Company, and 100% Group, as well as national brands such as Assent Building Control.

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