03 October 2017
03 October 2017
To further clarify its products and services NetComposites has rebranded its consultancy, training and innovation business as Coventive Composites. This is designed to provide a clear differentiation from its news, information and conferencing services, which will continue to operate under the NetComposites brand.
“NetComposites has always been a highly active company with a diverse range of business services," explains Managing Director Joe Carruthers. "By clearly separating our technology offerings under the Coventive brand from our media and conferencing products under the NetComposites brand it will make it easier for our customers to locate the support they require. Other than the rebrand, it’s business as usual.”
Coventive will be exhibiting at the Advanced Engineering Show at the NEC in Birmingham, UK, on 1-2 November on stand M120.
Photo provided by NetComposites Ltd
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