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Making Cornwall a global player in marine technology

Brand Innovation has recently completed the development of a showcase publication for Marine-i, a £13.4 million project part funded by the European Regional Development Fund. It highlights the outstanding achievements of the Marine-i project, which has accelerated innovation in the marine tech sector in Cornwall.

Over the last six years, Brand Innovation has managed all the marketing and PR for the Marine-i project, achieving over 450 pieces of news coverage in international marine tech media.

The showcase publication devised by Brand Innovation can be viewed here.

The Marine-i project is a collaboration between six partners: University of Exeter, University of Plymouth, Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult, Cornwall Marine Network, The Cornwall College Group and Cornwall Council.

Brand Innovation also researched and wrote more than 40 detailed business case studies, highlighting the innovations supported by the project. These can be seen at:

Marine-i Project Manager, Lisa Beverley-Jones, said

“Brand Innovation’s capacity to cut through a lot of information and provide consistently top end articles, plans and PR delivery never ceases to amaze me! They are great to work with, constantly on top of everything and nothing is too much trouble. Their knowledge and expertise in the sector are invaluable.”

Programme Director, Lars Johanning of University of Exeter, said:

“Lynn File has the rare knack of knowing how to write content that really engages businesses. She has created all the content for our website and other marketing, including articles, case studies and press releases. The quality is always excellent.

“The PR campaign has generated outstanding results, both nationally and internationally, with coverage in industry-leading media in the USA, Europe, Asia and Australia.”

Nearly 200 businesses have been supported by Marine-i and an impressive 23 ground-breaking new products have already been launched into the market.

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