The agency will help launch Boxed’s low-carbon communal heating systems to the social housing sector through media relations, case studies and social media.
Managed by Tim Niblock, Social Communications’ B2B PR specialist, the team will also provide support at industry events and create video content via its new in-house video department.
Mike Button, director of Boxed Energy, said: “Social Communications has demonstrated a thorough knowledge and understanding of the social housing sector, which we will find invaluable as we launch Boxed Energy to the market. Alongside a targeted PR campaign, we’re looking forward to benefiting from the industry connections that Social Communications has to offer.”
Boxed Energy uses an innovative Energy Performance Contract (EPC) model to provide installation, commissioning and long-term maintenance of heating systems for communal buildings, with landlords paying a fixed price for energy and equipment maintenance in the long term, but no fee up front.
John Quinton Barber, MD of Social Communications, said: “With ambitious plans for growth and a brand new concept, Boxed Energy is an exciting company that adds to our growing list of clients in the B2B sector.
“Using our social housing experience, our campaign will help the company stay on the radar of decision-makers and influencers, communicate consistent messages across all platforms and ultimately generate new business leads.”