Sling & Stone expands climate tech portfolio with new wins

Sling & Stone expands climate tech portfolio with new wins

As the world transitions to clean energy and net zero carbon goals, PR and communications agency, Sling & Stone, has added three new clients to its growing portfolio of climate tech innovators:
  • Carbon management startup, Avarni, has extended Sling & Stone's work to include their overall communications strategy and support as a content and social hub globally. This comes after Sling & Stone led them through their latest funding round late last year.
  • Australian clean energy company, MGA Thermal, has appointed Sling & Stone to help drive their communications strategy after working on the company's initial messaging in 2022.
  • Climate tech platform, Neara, has named Sling & Stone as the company's overall brand communications partner, developing the long-term communications strategy, content development, social strategy and execution.
Global Head of Business of Sling & Stone, James Hutchinson said: "Climate technology is a new frontier for innovation and growth. Australia has the resources and expertise to become a renewable energy superpower — from sun and wind to storage and innovations in how we reduce our collective carbon footprint. How, and how quickly, we get to net zero, depends not just on these innovations, but how quickly they’re adopted at a global level. Avarni, MGA Thermal, and Neara are true disruptors in this space, and in partnering with them, we hope to help accelerate the clean energy transition, decarbonisation and sustainability efforts."

"Sling & Stone will continue to strengthen its climate tech portfolio working with other disruptors and innovators throughout 2023 as a key focus pillar for the business."

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