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Influence e-mobility: Introducing the World’s First Communications Consultancy Solely Dedicated To E-Mobility

Soho Square, London, 1 December 2020 Leading automotive PR and communications agency Influence Associates today launches the world’s first communications consultancy solely dedicated to e-mobility and the technologies transforming the automotive world.

Influence e-mobilty will operate and develop as a separate entity, sitting alongside Influence Associates, which will continue to grow and serve its broad range of existing clients in the global automotive industry.

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Chas Hallett, Director, Influence emobility,

“This is the perfect time to launch a strategic PR and communications consultancy entirely dedicated to e-mobility.The future is accelerating fast. The automotive industry is changing rapidly. We’re on a journey to an electrified, connected and increasingly autonomous future. The cars we drive, the way we buy and own them, the way we use them, the cities in which we drive and the grids we connect to. Everything is changing. That change is now happening faster than we ever imagined.”

Stuart Dyble, Founder Influence and CEO Influence emobility

“Influence is a pioneer in communicating e-mobility. When Influence Associates was created twelve years ago our founding clients were a NASDAQ listed lithium-ion battery company and a Norwegian EV company. Since then we have gone on to work for Tesla, helped launch Volvo’s first EV and played a key role in electric motorsport, as well as defining, communicating and building the brands of countless global e-mobility technology companies. With the rapid acceleration of electrification, now is the time to use the knowledge and expertise we have developed and give it purpose, in a sibling agency entirely dedicated to promoting and advancing the businesses, enterprises and people dealing with e-mobility and the technologies transforming our industry and world.”

Chas Hallett continued,

“As the adoption of e-mobility accelerates everyone needs to make sense of it all. We need to understand how this increasingly circular economy and world fits together. If you are developing and manufacturing vehicles or the advanced electric, connected or autonomous technologies that go into them. If you are providing a disruptive service for the shared economy, a pioneer in EV fleets, a smart infrastructure solution, or an energy company in transformation. If you are a government agency plotting the future of smart cities, or you part of the emotorsport revolution. You need to position your brand precisely. You need to tell your story in a persuasive way that cuts through in an increasingly crowded and noisy space. Your customers and audience need to know what you do matters, in ways that they will understand and want to engage with.

“Now there is a dedicated consultancy here to help and we aim to be the go-to consultancy for any e-mobility business or organisation.”

Stuart Dyble concluded

“Influence e-mobilty is backed by decades of global PR and communications expertise, which we honed through working with some of the biggest innovators in the e-mobility sector. Therefore, we are ideally placed to assist B2C and B2B brands to develop a wining communications approach and also advise on their overall e-mobility strategy. We believe in communicating the future of mobility – an exciting electrified future.”


Courtesy of Influence emobility 





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