Tech PR agency partners with engineering expo to drive sustainability awareness

Stone Junction partners with Advanced Engineering for fourth year to help showcase innovation in UK manufacturing ~


Technology PR agency Stone Junction is exhibiting at Advanced Engineering, the UK’s largest engineering and manufacturing trade show. Stone Junction will be available on November 1 and 2, 2023 at the NEC, Birmingham at stand L220 to give PR and marketing advice to attendees. Many of these will already be familiar with the agency because of its longstanding partnership with Advanced Engineering and its sister show, Lab Innovations.

Stone Junction was appointed by Advanced Engineering and Lab Innovations organiser, Easyfairs in 2019 to handle all PR activity for the engineering event. This partnership was expanded to include Lab Innovations in 2020. By supporting this event, Stone Junction will play a vital role in raising awareness of the latest innovations in the UK’s manufacturing and engineering sector.

From its stand, the Stone Junction team will be on hand to offer advance to companies in the science, technology, engineering and manufacturing sectors that are looking grow their presence in the media or expand their marketing strategy. Stone Junction offers various marketing services, including media relations, social media, search engine optimisation (SEO), video, photography and design.

“Advanced Engineering is the ideal platform to discover the latest in sustainable engineering and manufacturing innovations, all messages that we can help communicate with PR,” explained Jessica Phillips, shareholder and director of agency brand at Stone Junction. “What’s more, it provides an opportunity to network with some of industry’s best and brightest, all committed to advancing sustainability. This is why we continue our longstanding support for this event year after year.”

This year the event centres around sustainability and innovation, with keynote talks from experts in the aerospace, automotive and composite sectors. These include innovations officer Alan Banks, representing the Ford Motor Company, to Peter Smith, head of laboratories at Airbus, to Peter Young, chief engineer at Rolls-Royce.

These talks will cover a range of topics relating to this year’s themes, including clean air transportation, applications of electric vehicles, and record-breaking emission-free flight.

For more information, visit the Stone Junction website at or see the team at booth L220 during Advanced Engineering. There, you can find out more about Stone Junction’s STEM PR offering.


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