Leading global manufacturer of blown fibre and ducted network solutions.
The primary aim was to leverage recent sales success in Scotland to secure wins in England, where there was a lack of awareness of how the new technology could be applied. The first challenge was to identify who, in the rail market, could specify such technology, the second to increase awareness of a market-leading proposition based on technology which had not yet been adopted or endorsed by the market.
A two step strategy was needed. The first stage was to build relationships with key influencers, both in direct (asset owner) and indirect markets (design engineers, consortia and international engineering groups such as Thales). The second was to identify projects where current standard technology is likely to be deployed and challenge the norm, painting a picture of a better way forward.
A benchmarking pilot and subsequent prospecting programme, strictly targeting a limited number of select companies
Telephone and internet research to identify and qualify possible specifiers
Telephone prospecting to reach and engage confirmed specifiers, including turnkey providers
Email marketing to recruit delegates for a Rail event designed to support the initiative
- Face to face appointments with key specifiers and influencers in Network Rail, TFL, and qualifying contractors
- Significantly increased market reach, awareness and data asset
- Successful Rail Event, following effective delegate recruitment process
- 27 key individuals engaged across 13 targeted organisations
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