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Elevating Vertemax To New Heights
We are delighted to be working with Vertemax, the workzone safety company, a business that has achieved new heights in recent years, including its recent acquisition by Haki, a Midway Holding Group Company.
Vertemax has built a widespread reputation as an innovative business, particularly around edge-protection (safety barriers and equipment protecting those working at height) for formwork-based construction.
Think Studio and Think Connect have been supporting Vertemax market its innovative business and its international ventures since 2018 with services from across Think One, including brand development, marketing communications and IT transformation.
The relationship has developed from strength-to-strength and began with a rebrand that looked to better position the business as it looked to develop and expand its now significant international operations whilst growing its domestic business, particularly in the burgeoning UK construction sector.
Think One CEO, Alex Ridings, says “We are delighted to see the success of this dynamic and forward-thinking company. They are a pleasure to work with and are symbols of success for any company who understands how joined up communications can support long and short-term strategies.
We have worked hard to embed ourselves within their world and operations and hope at least that our ideas, thinking, creativity and now connected technologies and services can continue to support their growth and international expansion in this incredibly exciting new era.”
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