AeroCloud partners with The Flywheelers

After a roaring start to the UK programme, the media relations brief has now extended into the US

The Flywheelers, the integrated comms agency for high growth startups and scaleups, today announces that it has been selected by AeroCloud, the intelligent airport management platform, as its comms agency partner in the UK and US.

Following the announcement of its $12.6m Series A funding earlier this year, The Flywheelers was brought on to deliver a high-impact media relations campaign to raise awareness of AeroCloud’s disruptive, cloud-based airport management technology. And after a roaring start to the UK programme, it has now expanded its media relations brief to include the US.

In just the first three months, The Flywheelers team led the media strategy for AeroCloud’s industry-first computer vision technology for airports, AeroCloud Optic, and supported on the ground at its launch at Passenger Terminal Expo in Amsterdam. The awards programme has also resulted in AeroCloud being shortlisted for the North West Business of the Year Awards, Northern Tech Awards, AI100, and the Computing Digital Technology Leaders Awards.

Damian Fairbrother Jones, Chief Operations Officer at AeroCloud, comments: “From our first conversation, The Flywheelers impressed us with the team’s creative approach to technology storytelling and their genuine passion for delivering impact with comms.  Once we began working together, we felt that impact immediately, which even led one of our investors to ask whether we’d hired a VP of Marketing because ‘AeroCloud is everywhere’.”

Kate Baldwin, Founder and Managing Director at The Flywheelers, comments: “There is nothing more rewarding than working with clients that are not only pioneering disruptive innovation but have such a transformational impact on their customers. We are delighted to be working with AeroCloud on its UK and US comms at such an exciting moment in its growth journey and to have the opportunity to positively contribute by raising the awareness it deserves.”

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