Frances Brunelle, President of Accelerated Manufacturing Brokers and host of WAM (Women and Manufacturing) podcast, recently interviewed Christina Fuges, Editorial Director for MoldMaking Technology magazine. Brunelle and Fuges discussed the current condition of moldmaking in the U.S. and the upcoming Amerimold Expo June 10-11 in Novi, MI. Listen to the podcast here.
Fuges has 28 years of experience in trade publishing. She has been MMT’s Editorial Director for the past 22 years and was a founding partner of Communication Technologies, Inc. (CTI), which launched the publication and its annual trade show, the Amerimold Expo. She also was editorial director for CTI’s three other trade publications: Time-Compression Technologies, Continuity Insights and Emergency Number Professional.
Fuges’ passion is building community within the audiences her publications serve by providing relevant print, digital and conference content focused on both technology and business issues, while working cooperatively with technology suppliers, mold builders, industry associations and educational facilities.
About Jacket Media
Jacket Media is the parent company of Women and Manufacturing (WAM) podcast. Lewis Weiss is the founder and President of Jacket Media, the parent media company which produces the flagship program Manufacturing Talk Radio, Where’s Willie, Full Time with Amy Nicklaus, Manufacturing Matters with Cliff Waldman, and Manufacturing Outlook eZine.
Weiss, best known as the host of Manufacturing Talk Radio, the leading industrial podcast for the past six years, with more than 400 guests and more than a million downloads, has gained wide respect and audience.
Through these varied and innovative media vehicles Jacket Media recently entered into a formal strategic alliance with manufacturing journalist, Thomas R. Cutler, founder of the 7000-member Manufacturing Media Consortium and is also the CEO of TR Cutler, Inc.
In 2020 this partnership will allow aggressive cross-promotion of the content throughout all Jacket Media channels. Aggressive PR and social media campaigns will broaden the audience, positioning Jacket Media to a top leadership role in telling the fascinating stories and news of manufacturers and capturing industrial trends and outlooks in real-time.
Additionally, there will be a new in-depth sponsorship program introduced in early 2020 allowing thought leaders a regular contribution format and comprehensive communication channels to review products, people, trade shows, events, and trends. Customer profiles will prove especially important keeping the challenge of manufacturing today and the corresponding solutions in front of all Jacket Media readers and listeners.
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