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    Manufacturing

    FactoryNOW launched to help British manufacturers

    • By Editor
    • June 1, 2020
    • 2 minute read

    The launch of a new platform has been brought forward 6 months to help industry in these unprecedented times. Co-developed by MTD and Jefferson, the FactoryNOW initiative is specifically designed to help manufacturers raise their profiles, boost sales, engage with both potential customers and suppliers, facilitate collaboration, recruit talent, launch new products and create their own bespoke communities.

    Jefferson and MTD have formed a strategic partnership to offer the British manufacturing sector an unrivalled menu of marketing services. More than a quarter of a million people and companies follow their social media accounts.

    Jefferson and MTD have been using their social media channels to promote urgent calls for industry to provide PPE and medical devices and believe the FactoryNOW platform will help organisations communicate and collaborate more effectively.

    “FactoryNOW has been developed for manufacturers,” explains Stuart Whitehead, founder of the Jefferson social media platform.

    One of the consequences of the pandemic is that all trade exhibitions have been cancelled or postponed and this is impacting heavily on the manufacturing community. Using FactoryNOW, firms can now stage their own virtual exhibitions.

    Will Watson, Digital Marketing Manager at MTD, elaborates: “MTD is involved with most of the major exhibitions across the country and we know how vitally important they are for firms to engage with customers, launch new products and market their services. FactoryNOW is designed to complement, not replace, face to face contact which, at this moment in time, is just not possible. A virtual exhibition stand can be set up on the FactoryNOW platform within minutes”

    One of the first companies to join the initiative was the Bott Group. Marketing Executive Nikki Jarvis explains: “We have worked with Jefferson and MTD and their knowledge of the UK’s manufacturing sector is unrivalled. We have been involved in the development of FactoryNOW since its inception as we believe it offers a unique solution that complements our existing marketing strategy.”

    For further details about FactoryNOW, view live examples and join the initiative please visit  https://www.mtdmfg.com/factorynow/

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    FactoryNOW launched to help British manufacturers

    The launch of a new platform has been brought forward 6 months to help industry in these unprecedented times. Co-developed by MTD and Jefferson, the FactoryNOW initiative is specifically designed to help manufacturers raise their profiles, boost sales, engage with both potential customers and suppliers, facilitate collaboration, recruit talent, launch new products and create their own bespoke communities.

    Jefferson and MTD have formed a strategic partnership to offer the British manufacturing sector an unrivalled menu of marketing services. More than a quarter of a million people and companies follow their social media accounts.

    Jefferson and MTD have been using their social media channels to promote urgent calls for industry to provide PPE and medical devices and believe the FactoryNOW platform will help organisations communicate and collaborate more effectively.

    “FactoryNOW has been developed for manufacturers,” explains Stuart Whitehead, founder of the Jefferson social media platform.

    One of the consequences of the pandemic is that all trade exhibitions have been cancelled or postponed and this is impacting heavily on the manufacturing community. Using FactoryNOW, firms can now stage their own virtual exhibitions.

    Will Watson, Digital Marketing Manager at MTD, elaborates: “MTD is involved with most of the major exhibitions across the country and we know how vitally important they are for firms to engage with customers, launch new products and market their services. FactoryNOW is designed to complement, not replace, face to face contact which, at this moment in time, is just not possible. A virtual exhibition stand can be set up on the FactoryNOW platform within minutes”

    One of the first companies to join the initiative was the Bott Group. Marketing Executive Nikki Jarvis explains: “We have worked with Jefferson and MTD and their knowledge of the UK’s manufacturing sector is unrivalled. We have been involved in the development of FactoryNOW since its inception as we believe it offers a unique solution that complements our existing marketing strategy.”

    For further details about FactoryNOW, view live examples and join the initiative please visit  https://www.mtdmfg.com/factorynow/