Introducing our exhibitor podcast...The Centre Stage
As part of the build up to ITT Hub 2021, we’re creating an industry podcast, with each episode focusing on one company.
How it works
Once you have confirmed your booking with us, you will have the opportunity to take part in our new podcast The Centre Stage, to support your participation in ITT Hub 2021.
You will be able to choose from making a one-off podcast or create a series in the run up to the event. Each podcast is only £500, which includes an interviewer, voiceover, recording, editing and broadcasting across our media partners and social network.
Our presenter will interview you online, then we will do the rest,
The Centre Stage will be distributed across media platforms in the road transport industry, enabling your company message to be heard by target ITT Hub visitors, supporting your stand, as well as raising your profile in the run up to the event.
What we can talk about
There is no set agenda to each episode, as every company is different, but some example topics are:
These topics will help you to present your company and products and explore your innovation and sustainability credentials.
The Centre Stage will be an important element of our marketing campaign, to engage commercial fleet managers and operators and deliver them to your stand.
Want to schedule addtional interviews?
If you planning an extensive PR marketing campaign running up to the event in May 2021, this may require more coverage than a single 15-20 minute episode. In cases like this we are able to offer a ‘4 for 3’ marketing package for £1,500.
Zenobe’s founder director Steven Meersman explains how they support fleet operators in the transition to net zero by electrifying fleets, putting in charging infrastructure and helping with funding for battery solutions. Listen to this episode here.
Get in touch with us for more information
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