As business leaders prepare for an altered economy, their communications response is yet another challenge to add to the list – especially so within the manufacturing sector.

Currently battling tremendous obstacles in response to the COVID-19 crisis globally, many brands are being built or broken during these unprecedented times.

Adept at quickly understanding the issues at hand and experts in then honing and tailoring your messaging to an array of audiences and markets, The Lucre Group has delivered a tangible return for manufacturing businesses for over 15 years.

Our proposition is founded on measurable results across all channels to deliver meaningful returns for our clients. We consider our approach to be precision engineered, intelligent and creative, and – like you – we are experts in our field.

From thought leadership to issues management, our 360-methodology spanning PR, content, SEO and social, gives our clients the luxury of being able to concentrate on wider operational challenges. So whether it’s leading the discussion in your key areas of expertise to fuel growth, navigating delayed product launches, or ensuring your voice is heard by those that matter on important issues – our meticulous and crafted approach always delivers.

“For any business, the impact of Covid has been profound and highlights the importance of having the right partners by your side, helping to navigate the various challenges. The Lucre Group has been with us through thick and thin and added huge value to our communications over a number of years. Their role has grown in line with our brands and success and their contribution across both strategy and execution has not only guided us through crises but also helped us to quickly identify and seize opportunities. From media relations to content and digital support, their team delivers the utmost quality.”

James Langan, Managing Director Natures Menu

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