Cleantech

Cleantech innovations positively impact the way we do business – and the way we live our lives.

Cleantech is critical for the development of a cleaner, more efficient, and sustainable world. New and emerging technologies are helping reduce our consumption of water, helping keep us safe from chemicals, and reducing our energy footprint. Cleantech includes many highly visible solutions and encompasses numerous technologies that rarely enter public awareness, such as compliance for the transport and distribution of hazardous materials.

We bring an in-depth knowledge of clean technology, fresh perspectives and an urgency to the companies that serve the sector. Red Javelin uses tactics such as executive commentary on the latest industry trends, strategic placement of articles, innovative blog content, educational downloadable assets, key industry award wins, and speaking engagements, to separate your company from the pack, driving leads and adoption. Because of our expertise, our clients have been honored with numerous awards including Edison Awards in the Energy/Sustainability category, Environmental Leader Awards, and New Energy & Cleantech Awards among others. We have in-depth expertise in: • Water conservation • Utility rebates • Environmental Health and Safety

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Ready to get your company noticed in an expanding marketplace or curious about our process? Let’s talk about who you are, why your customers should care, and what marketing mix will drive & nurture leads. E-mail us at info@redjavelin to set up a free assessment.

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Have a question about our B2B tech expertise, our process, or just curious about how we integrate PR, social media and content? Drop us a note or give us a call; we’re happy to answer all your questions.
Call us at: 978-440-8392

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