ISH 2013: Press Agency Krampitz presents Study on Communication of Biomass, Solar and Wind-power com

The Press Agency Krampitz will be presenting its international study on public relations in the renewable energy sector at the ISH trade fair.

Cologne, 22 Jan. 2013. The Press Agency Krampitz will be presenting its international study on public relations in the renewable energy sector at the ISH trade fair. For the first time the agency will be an exhibitor on the leading trade fair for bathroom design, heating and air conditioning technology and renewable energies in Frankfurt am Main. The Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology is supporting the participation of the Cologne-based agency with subsidies for young, innovative companies.

"As the branch consolidates, changes are required in market positioning, which has an effect, naturally, on communication", explains agency boss Iris Krampitz. "In our study, we investigate if the communicative messages from biomass, solar and wind-power companies represent the specific strengths of the companies and arrive at the right target groups." The first results will be published at the Intersolar Europe in June.

Communicating Strengths with a Purpose

The Press Agency Krampitz has been successfully consulting international companies in the renewable energy sector for nine years. Its experience as well as surveys and analyses have shown that many companies communicate in arbitrary and less than strategic ways. "If the market shrinks, a company has to keep its messages about its specific strengths both convincing and to the point, not only to satisfy a customer's need for information but also to clearly differentiate itself from the competition. Only with targeted communication can a company utilize its marketing and PR budget effectively", explains Krampitz.

How one can direct one's communication strategically and formulate one's messages can be found in the first PR guidebook for the international renewable energy branch, which Iris Krampitz published in 2012. Visitors of the ISH can purchase the 224-page work at the Press Agency Krampitz's stand in Hall 10.3, C 10.

Visit us at the ISH in Frankfurt am Main!

The Press Agency Krampitz will be presenting its products and services from 12 to 16 March at the ISH trade fair in Frankfurt in Hall 10.3 at Stand C 10. At 11 a.m. on 13 and 14 March, the agency will be presenting its study at its trade fair stand. We are looking forward to your visit.

The Press Agency Krampitz

The Press Agency Krampitz was founded by the certified chemist Iris Krampitz in 2004 and since then has concentrated solely on public relations for renewable energies and related sectors such as building services engineering, electro-mobility and energy efficiency. The press agency is geared to providing the entire range of PR services, oriented both nationally and internationally, for companies and institutes in the renewable energy sector. The range corresponds to that of a full service PR agency, but it also works on individual projects for customers.

Editor and Press Contact
Press Agency Krampitz
Public Relations for Renewable Energies
Dillenburger Straße 85
51105 Cologne
Tel. +49 221 912 499 49
Fax +49 221 912 499 48

The PR Handbook for New Energies

Interested parties can order the PR Handbook for New Energies for €29.90 incl. VAT (shipping costs are extra) at the Press Agency Krampitz in German or English. Reading samples and an order form can be found at the following link:

Iris Krampitz
PR Handbook for New Energies
Press Agency Krampitz, Cologne, First Edition (2012)
Softcover, 224 pages, DIN A 5
ISBN 978-3-00-036647-5 (German)
ISBN 978-3-00-036646-8 (English)
Price: €29.90, incl. VAT, shipping costs extra

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