Talk:Aerotherm Group

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Contested deletion[edit]

This page is not unambiguously promotional, because... (We have tried provide an overall encyclopaedic point of view to the Aerotherm Group much like other companies on there as Thales Group and we tried to make it as informative as possible. Please advise why this is going to be deleted when we have follow the rules and provided a number of third party links that have been provided and is currently under construction. This hasn't been worded in an sales point of view but is is 100% factual and can be vetted, ref and cited. Please explain this as I'm relatively new to posting on wikipedia and I am unsure if I have done something fundamentally wrong to get this message... I want to start editing and adding on a number of articles and I feel that this is unjust... Please provide details of what triggered this to happen. ) --Stokefan1234 (talk) 13:23, 1 March 2012 (UTC)

For me the article looked highly promotional. I have now removed what I thought was promotional and cleaned up the article, and removed the deletion tag.
The second issue however is notability. Please read this page which details the key requirements: Wikipedia:Notability. The article at present does not have any external citations demonstrating notability. I just did a quick search online and struggled to find any to add.
With at present just 50 employees, and only founded in 2008, it may well be that Aerotherm Group does not currently meet notability requiremens. Do you know of any articles about the company which have appeared in third party publications and could be used to establish the notability of Aerotherm Group for a Wikipedia article?Rangoon11 (talk) 13:54, 1 March 2012 (UTC)
Planning to add some external links for notability purposes.
Keele University, Educational devlopment video
The Manufacturer, nationwide manufacturing magazine article on Aerotherm as a "forward thinking supplier"
Midlands Business News. Aerotherm featured for green credentials link
Our City (Stoke on trent). Aerotherm supported by Stoke on Trent City Council and the European Regional Development Fund (EDRF) Link — Preceding unsigned comment added by Stokefan1234 (talkcontribs) 15:48, 1 March 2012 (UTC)
Good work, the article from The Manufacturer in particular is spot on, exactly the sort of quality third party source that can establish notability and provide content for the article. Rangoon11 (talk) 19:47, 1 March 2012 (UTC)