CMB delivers marketing, advertising and creative services that raise brand awareness, connect companies with their customers and drive sales.
We know automotive marketing
If you’re looking for help from a marketing agency it pays to choose one that already understands your industry and your customers.
Our clients come to us for many things: automotive marketing services like building a new website, logo design, promotions campaigns or developing creative content.
Typically though, our clients find greatest value in CMB’s knowledge of the industry and our ability to connect them with their clients. From strategy to implementation to sales, if it has something to do with promoting your brand – we do it.
Focused on the Automotive Industry, we work with companies in the Supply Chain, Technology and Aftermarket sectors, as well as aligned industries including Defence, Marine and Smart Manufacturing
We take a joined-up approach in developing focused, integrated campaigns that drive smart, measurable results.
Our work has helped build automotive brands, generated millions in sales and won new business for our clients
“CMB Automotive have consistently provided Cummins with the highest quality marketing and design. Over more than 7 years, they’ve made a significant contribution to a wide range of projects and they are a key part of the on‑going success of our European operations.”
Mark Dunk, Cummins Europe
“We chose to work with CMB because of their experience and expertise in the motor industry. They helped Vortex grow from a motorsport specialist into the automotive aftermarket.”
Barry Mead, Vortex Exhaust Technology
“CMB challenged our existing marketing ideas and gave us confidence to engage with new strategies. The campaign they produced dramatically improved our brand profile with key targets in the US market.”
David Cunliffe, DCE Inc.
“The CMB Automotive team showed a thorough understanding of the market place Zeta were aiming at. They helped us make some critical decisions about our brand strategy for entry in to new sectors.”