TFD Has Officially Entered Aerospace!
Gravitilab, leading Space engineering company, have appointed TFD to head up their marketing and communications through strategic communications counsel, media relations, content development and social media management. This is an incredible opportunity for us to help Gravitilab in their journey to drive brand awareness and expand the commercialisation of their space research and testing services as they become a key player in the growing UK Space sector and $469bn global Space economy.
Gravitilab are scientific experts and first-mover innovators. Their proprietary technology, including hybrid powered suborbital rockets, patented UAS drop pods and a unique payload system, facilitate access to microgravity and other space-like conditions for industries as varied as satellites, nuclear and cosmetics. We recently supported them in launching the world’s first commercial UAV microgravity service, achieving national coverage with the BBC, Metro and other key regional and trade outlets. Check out the video here.
Rob Adlard, CEO of Gravitilab, told us, “We’re delighted to be working with TFD on the brief to increase brand awareness across a range of stakeholders including customers, investors and industry. We are an early stage company that is completing our initial development phases and are now beginning to roll out our commercial services. Our services offer alternatives to traditional providers and are creating huge opportunities in new markets; so an impact marketing agency like TFD that’s focused on disruptive tech is the perfect match for Gravitilab”
TFD Founder and CEO, Stephanie Forrest comments: “Put simply, companies like Gravitilab are why I set up TFD. I’m super passionate about disruptive tech and innovation and supporting a British early stage company in this Space (excuse the pun!). Opportunities like this don’t come along every day and we’re excited to be announcing the start of our working relationship with Gravitilab.”
We can’t wait to put our knowledge into action and represent the stratospheric heights of Gravitilab’s achievements.