Are You Missing A Tool in Your Tool Belt?

The right public relations firm can help you find it!

How many people still marvel at the combination of technology and construction? The team at Ripley PR knows that not only is it a powerful tool, but it’s here to stay! There are a lot of software companies that help the construction industry build more energy-efficient structures, make jobsites safer and increase productivity. That just scratches the surface of the benefits of construction tech.Construction Tech Landscape

If your company offers the end user those features and beyond, let our innovative construction tech public relations team develop strategies to help you rise above the competition and be known as an industry leader. If you’re a sports fan or a movie buff you’ve heard, “If you build it, they will come.” Sorry. It’s just not true. If you build it, you have to tell people about it…then they will come. Ripley PR has significant resources to get your message to those important industry trade publications and, in turn, the right business owners to buy your product.

There are thousands of national and global construction companies yearning to hear about the right product to help them run their business more effectively. Let us help you explain why they should choose yours!

In a 2018 report, the global management consultancy firm Oliver Wyman reported over 1,200 start-ups in real estate and construction since 2010, receiving over $19.4 billion in funding in the United States. Wyman further stated: “Launching a real digital strategy becomes essential for continuous success in the years to come.” A strong PR plan is a vital tool to successfully execute that launch.

Take off with Ripley PR. With years of experience studying B2B construction tech, and a proven track record, we can help you generate solid leads. Contact us online, or give us a call today at (865) 977-1973 to learn more.

Deborah Mauldin

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