Marketing Strategy

Centrifuge Brand Marketing takes Industrial Brands to new Heights

Centrifuge Brand Marketing has launched a modern, expanded platform that expresses its aim to propel industrial manufacturers to greater heights and reach their maximum industry potential with greater transparency. The Centrifuge team's experience in manufacturing marketing, brand strategy for industrial mergers and acquisitions, video production, and end-to-end website growth is highlighted on their comprehensive website.

“In the spirit of the baseball season, we have hit it out of the park with this website,” says Ken Jackson, creative direction's founder, and principal. “This new site highlights our depth of experience leading and directing companies through mergers and acquisitions; designing marketing strategies that achieve measurable results; developing tools and resources that help brands grow; and, of course, our highly experienced marketing team that makes it all possible for manufacturers trying to achieve their greater potential.”

Centrifuge was co-founded by John Barnett, principal of strategic services. “This new site reflects our evolution as a brand management firm,” says Barnett. “As our business grew, we extended our skills and experience while honing our insights-driven process for establishing our clients' brand identity and delivering their value to the market. Our website tells that story better than ever before.” The Centrifuge website outlines the firm's strategies in developing proven manufacturing marketing communications and brand identity systems through case studies, video, in-depth storytelling, and more.

The centrifuge has handled industrial marketing projects for a diverse range of clients, including Siemens, ARCH, New Millennium Building Systems, Perma-Column®, and others, including overall brand creation, sales tools, websites, videos, white papers, social media, and ad campaigns.

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