For the past few months, the team at NetComposites has been working on a new website for its users.
The company, who offer online media services for the composites industry, in addition to a number of events, is excited to announce that the new website is now live.
Established in the late 90s, NetComposites connects the composites community by sharing the latest news, events and jobs from around the globe. In addition to organising a number of events throughout the year, NetComposites also offers an online platform for industry news, jobs, suppliers and a number of guides and calculators through its website.
Although NetComposites continues to send out its weekly e-newsletter to its subscribers, Communications Manager Siobhan Longhurst explains that the news is now published every day, “With so many exciting events, new technologies and innovations from across a number of sectors, it is important to ensure that the industry news is shared as we receive it. We want to ensure that the composites industry has access to both knowledge and connections that the latest news, jobs and events can highlight, in addition to keeping readers updated with what is happening around the globe in such a fast-moving industry.”
As well as an updated look, the website brings with it a number of new features such as the Q&A Network. This is a platform for the composites community to share knowledge and experiences, with registered users having the ability to ask and answer any composites industry-related questions. Siobhan commented on this new feature, “The NetComposites subscriber numbers are growing on a daily basis which is fantastic. With more people than ever taking advantage of our composites guides and calculators, It would be wonderful to see our website users and readers sharing their own expertise with the composites community and taking advantage of the new website features.”
Users of the NetComposites website can now register to use the Q&A Network feature in addition to staying up to date with the latest news, events, jobs and suppliers.
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