Hill+Knowlton Strategies and Cannings Purple drive PR for HYZON Motors, hydrogen mobility and clean energy company that is accelerating the deployment and commercialization of its zero-emission heavy-vehicle solutions. H+K in New York, Texas and Australia will lead media relations and investor relations activity, while Australia-based Cannings Purple will handle strategy, digital assets and media relations from Perth. With production facilities in North America, Europe and Asia, Hyzon expects to deliver around 5,000 fuel cell trucks and buses over the next three years. By 2025, its expected turn-key capacity will be more than 40,000 fuel cell vehicles annually. “The solution offered by H+K and Cannings Purple was seamless and provided us with teams on the ground in key markets immediately,” said HYZON Motors CEO Craig Knight. “As the energy transition process accelerates globally, HYZON Motors is well-positioned to participate in and shape the conversations that matter.”
5W Public Relations helps Heal, a health-tech startup that offers doctor house calls and telemedicine appointments. 5W will work to elevate the brand and bring it to the attention of consumers. Founded in 2014, Heal connects users with doctors who arrive at a patient’s home within a couple of hours or by appointment. The company has been named to the CNBC Disruptor list and received $100M Series D funding from Humana. "Effective news coverage is critical to inform Americans of all ages that Heal is the best, safest healthcare option for their family,” said Heal CEO Nick Desai. “In that context, 5WPR has exceeded our best expectations and are long term strategic partners to our growth and success."
Fortnight Collective wins Wholesome, a company that sells organic, Fair Trade sweeteners. Fortnight will be tasked with building creative campaigns to generate greater consumer awareness of Wholesome’s commitment to selling high-quality sweeteners and supporting farmers. The agency will spearhead all campaign development and production, high-level content strategy and planning. It will work alongside media agency hunterblu, which will handle media planning, buying, optimization and reporting. Wholesome general manager Mike Skibinski said that Fortnight’s “strategic thinking, insight-led creative ideas and depth of experience building natural foods brands will help take the Wholesome brand to the next level.”