SmartBrief Launches ASME Newsletter
Daily e-brief highlights the depth and scope of the mechanical engineering industry
Washington, D.C., March 11, 2013 – It takes considerable time and effort to keep mechanical engineers informed on a daily basis – and as of today, digital publisher SmartBrief, Inc. is proud to take on the task with a brand-new e-brief targeting members of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
The ASME SmartBrief is a daily resource providing exclusively tailored news and intelligence for ASME members, delivered straight to their inboxes. From the latest innovations to the most up-to-date job trends and listings, the brief brings relevant information together from multiple, trusted sources to give members an added advantage in their careers. “The new ASME SmartBrief delivers timely, global information about the latest advances across all engineering disciplines, keeping our members informed every day with up-to-the minute news about aerospace, alternative energy, technology and more,” said Thomas Loughlin, Executive Director, ASME.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers proudly and diligently promotes the art, science, and practice of multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences around the globe. Their partnership with SmartBrief adds to the standards, news, and resources they provide for engineers. “We believe that our 130,000 members who work in the field or are aspiring MEs will see this new partnership as an added benefit to their ASME membership. More than 16,000 of our members have signed up already,” said Michael Kreisberg, Director of Membership Development.
The ASME SmartBrief joins a wide range of renowned, industry and association-focused e-newsletters providing carefully curated business intelligence for senior executives, thought leaders, and industry professionals across more than 180 trade associations, professional societies, nonprofits and corporate entities. Edited by Jennifer Hicks, who is the lead editor in the engineering and manufacturing sectors at SmartBrief, the ASME SmartBrief is initially expected to reach almost 83,000 members, providing the information and insight they need to improve their skills and expand their knowledge base – the Smart way.
A leader in the digital content industry, SmartBrief’s mission is providing its nearly 5 million readers a competitive edge by providing relevant, timely, and reliable information as efficiently as possible. Also available through the recently relaunched SmartBrief.com, SmartBrief’s curated content empowers its readers to make smarter decisions for their businesses – and their careers. To learn more about ASME, visit www.asme.org.
Serving over 4.5 million senior executives, thought leaders, and industry professionals, SmartBrief is the leading online publisher of targeted business news and information by industry. By combining technology and editorial expertise, SmartBrief filters thousands of sources daily to deliver the most relevant industry news in partnership with more than 180 trade associations, professional societies, nonprofits and corporate entities.
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