Marketing services

COMNEXT SUPPORTS THALES IN DIGITALISING ITS SALES FORCES

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As part of a strategy to digitalise its sales teams, various divisions of Thales have asked ComNext to support them in optimising customer appointments. Based on the solution of its partner, Touch&Sell, the applications created can be viewed both on and offline, customised and used to access all document types (pdf, ppt, video, HTML5, etc.). This has enhanced the group’s image and improved the efficiency of the sales teams.

 

Indigo poster advertising with ComNext

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Indigo (formerly Vinci Park) is present in over 500 cities worldwide and manages over 4,000 car parks.

As part of new operational organisation in France, Indigo used ComNext to produce a Clear Channel poster campaign and in the car parks. The campaign reaffirms Indigo’s commitments to its customers and is structured around the company’s 4 pillars: cleanliness, security, maintenance and customer service.

The Agency designed, wrote and produced the campaign which included memorable photo shoots in a car park.


COMNEXT CREATES A NEW WORLD FOR THE AFEF

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Since 1975, the French public utility association, the AFEF has brought together all clinicians and researchers who are working to fight liver diseases.

The association runs many initiatives including scientific activities and conferences, ongoing medical training, the publication of texts and official recommendations, annual support for research projects, etc. A recognised and vital scientific role in France.

A reference point for professionals, the association now wants to create a website to educate the general public about hepatology and provide it with a reliable and serious information source.

It has selected ComNext to help it build this new website: monfoie.org.

The agency is also working with the association to create communication tools designed for its scientific audience including emails, posters, banners, etc.

The CTI Network at Bercy with ComNext

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The CTI (Technical Industrial Centres) Network’s mission is to support companies with their innovations and prepare them to meet the major challenges of tomorrow’s industry. Founded over 60 years ago by business, for business, the network is comprised of 18 CTIs. A key, but relatively unknown player in the competitiveness of French industry, the CTI Network was invited to the Ministry of Economy and Finance in the Bérégovoy Hall, to spread the word!

ComNext supported the CTI Network with this exhibition by defining an editorial approach based on success stories to illustrate both the direct benefits and the practical contribution of the CTI. ComNext also created and produced various support: posters, brochures… and helped to set up on the day itself.

A first successful event!


Bernard Controls: video 3.0 with ComNext

Bernard Controls, the International Group for actuator solutions, now has a corporate video reaffirming its command of the latest technologies and service science.  In full 3D, the Agency has illustrated the diversity and practicality of their solutions, their global and multi-sectoral presence and their leading role in the standardisation of this industry. This first video was needed to strengthen their basics. From this communication base, the Agency will build the future.

…BEST WISHES 2016


In a world dominated by shades of grey, ComNext offers you a few touches of blue around a musical break.

Listen to the two ideologies of the Agency: the blue of the ethereal sky illustrating height and creativity and the blue of the deep seas for freshness and reflection. Savour this experience that will bring you pleasure and well-being throughout 2016.

White paper: Tablets for sales performance.

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Help! The Marketing Director of my competitor has given his sales people tablets!

Is this Sales Director right to be afraid? The answer depends on what the competitor has done. It is important here to understand the keys to a successful digitalisation of the face-to-face sales process. There are crucial keys to becoming better than the competitor through the use of tablets. These keys are based on evidence; for the tablet to be a competitive advantage, the sales people must use them effectively. Successfully using a tablet as a sales tool is therefore related to its use and is not a technological issue. The fact that the Marketing Director, who is responsible for the image, identity and its content, is the source of the implementation of the tablets is therefore a sign that the competitor does indeed have usage in mind. In this white paper, you will discover the key principles that should guide you in the digitalisation of the face-to-face sales process.  To receive the white paper free of charge, please click here.