Last week took a somewhat unexpected turn with Omniflit leaving Lund on Wednesday morning for the ”politicians’ week” at Almedalen on the island of Gotland. On Tuesday we decided to leave after having managed to, with probably one of the shortest time-frames ever, get us someplace to rest our heads during night hours. It proved to be a good decision. Almedalen offered sun, politicians and industry representatives all there with the same purpose – to meet people and make new contacts. We managed to get hold of quite a few promising leads and, just as important, got in touch with the latest agenda. Subjects such as a fossil independent vehicle fleet in 2030 and infrastructure development come alive through debates and discussions.

This week I’m working on a brochure describing our offering in an accessible and understandable way and finishing the strategy document on our marketing communication and social media. Following up on the contacts I made during the Gotland trip is another priority.

And last a PR note: Always make sure that people notice you, or your work, or preferably both. Sydsvenskan published this.

http://www.sydsvenskan.se/sverige/mingel-for-1-8-miljoner