Electric truck company Tevva Motors selects Nobull Communications for PR, social and digital work

Nobull Communications has been appointed by electric truck business Tevva Motors as its PR, social and digital agency to drive the company’s next round of investment.

Nobull will raise the profile of Tevva Motors ahead of its next round of investment, which it plans to use to bring new tech and products to the market in the next three years.

Tevva is developing the “next generation” of electric urban delivery trucks. Its tech can be retrofitted to older vehicles or incorporated into new builds on the production line.

Asher Bennett, CEO of Tevva Motors, said: “Nobull has come highly recommended as delivering high profile media campaigns in the EV space as well as supporting companies like Tevva in bringing new technologies to market.”

Steve Carman, Nobull director, said: “Tevva may only be a few years old, but it has a fascinating story to share. We are very excited at being able to bring Tevva and its new technologies to life across a range of PR, social media and digital channels.”

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