Aspectus PR’s energy team goes all out in Aberdeen for All-Energy

All-Energy does what it says on the tin. A brilliant event showcasing all of the most exciting technologies and solutions that will help to power the world and AND the UK’s economy.


01 Jun
by Aspectus PR

Alastair Turner in a Renault TwizyAll-Energy does what it says on the tin. A brilliant event showcasing all of the most exciting technologies and solutions that will help to power the world and the UK’s economy. The Aspectus PR energy team took the first flight up to Aberdeen, but the painfully early morning was soon forgotten thanks to plenty of coffee and the warmest of welcomes from all at the show.

Networking was the name of the game for Aspectus. We had targeted companies that we wanted to work with – real innovators such as RES and potential market leaders such as SmartestEnergy. On top of pounding the show, dispensing business cards and chatting through our energy credentials, we took time to sample some of the conference programme. David Blunt of Gamesa was particularly impressive!

We also had a useful kick-off meeting with new client, TreeGreen, and it was great to hook up with the team from Caunce oHara too, who we hope to be working with soon. The intensive networking continued all day, even in the taxi queue on the way to the airport where Aspectus PR was enthusing about the benifits of its content based marketing programmes to Luke Turney of Jones Lang LaSalle and lawyers from Burges Salmon. A terrific event and a great day mixing with such a thrilling group of companies and engaging group of people.

Aspectus PR will be returning to All-Energy for the full two days next year!


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