Momentum: brand and communication architects

Momentum is one of Ireland’s leading innovation and entrepreneurship specialists, recognised as thought-leading strategists, facilitators, and educators in transformation through innovation. Founded in 2003, Momentum’s team spans 24 staff and specialists who deliver over 50 innovation and entrepreneurship programmes per annum, through in-person training, facilitation, mentoring and web-enabled distance learning, specifically webinars and e-learning environment. Each year they equip over six hundred learners through their sought-after classroom training courses and thousands of others through Momentum’s blended learning and online courses.

As the lead dissemination partner on the REVALORISE+ project, Momentum brings forth its expertise in generating the best possible impact on national/regional/ international levels. With marketing at its core, Momentum operates an in-house marketing division specialising in brand development, content generation, communication, and public relations strategies, digital media, and social media development of high-impact promotional campaigns.

Sharing and promoting are integral components of the REVALORISE+ project. Through a carefully crafted Dissemination Plan, Momentum has put in place the best channels to promote the project and to achieve targets set by the consortium. Samantha Carty, Project Lead shares, “For us, it is about creating a strong and clear visual identity for REVALORISE+ to engage with our target audience through carefully crafted interesting content with high impact designs on blogs, promotional materials, the dedicated website, and multiple social media channels.” Momentum is excited to be the brand and communication architect behind the REVALORISE+ project. Make sure to visit the REVALORISE+ website for more information on the project and follow us for updates!

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