Most aerospace companies are established in the market. Our experience suggests that, in the main, aerospace manufacturers and designers have a clear idea of their marketing programmes and want help to execute them effectively and make the most of budgets. For some manufacturers, the emphasis will be on expanding their global marketing. In a few cases, aerospace companies will be looking for research or validation programmes to enable them to engage with prospects and customers more effectively.
As an agency, we are comfortable to work with engineers as well as marketing professionals. You'll find commentary around the FortuneWest web site about the differing approaches required to work effectively with the CEO, FD, Marketer, Sales Director and Production. We have worked successfully with the Steel Construction Institute and high-tech engineers for several years.
It’s rewarding to work with progressive aerospace professionals on a range of marketing activity from strategy development to maximising tactical programmes.
We have 3 specific programmes to interest aerospace companies looking for something more than creativity, planning, application, muscle and sweat!
Discovery is designed to help senior managers to gain an objective view of the competitive landscape and opportunities for sales improvement.
InSight captures the priceless, candid views of customers and partners in a proprietary way that generates actionable intelligence about a company’s position and potential.
Route One was developed to provide blended, fully-managed marketing support. FortuneWest can act as your complete marketing function or support your in-house team with specialist skills.
For years FortuneWest has had a presence at Farnborough International Airshow. In 2016 we had a hand in three stands, from a debutante in Carillion Communications, an ever present in Sigma Components, and landmark aircraft in Airbus.
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"Creativity involves breaking out of established patterns in order to look at things in a different way." Edward de Bono