Government-focused media, research and events firms join forces
Westwick-Farrow Media, publisher of GovTech Review magazine and www.GovTechReview.com.au, has joined forces with research and events company Public Sector Network (PSN) to provide enhanced services to the government technology sector.
For those working in tech and procurement roles across all levels of government, the alliance will ensure more quality content is available to improve work efficiencies and reduce operational cost — across print, online, eNews and a variety of face-to-face platforms.
For vendors and suppliers to government, the partnership will provide extensions and value-add benefits on top of the current programs being delivered by each company.
GovTech Review publisher Geoff Hird said: “We have been impressed with the quality of the events that PSN runs and are excited to work with their team and their clients to help them better connect with the key decision-makers across all levels of government.”
PSN Director Ross Ashman said: “We’ve been delighted at the positive impact we have been able to have in a short space for time, providing federal, state and local government with low-cost, high-quality events and training — this partnership with WF Media and GovTech Review will ensure we continue to provide access to the best insights and information.”
The first joint venture edition of the magazine will be the June issue, which will include a Security focus to support PSN’s coming Australian Security Summit in July. The alliance will also see the launch of a new Public Sector Network monthly member eNewsletter, which will complement the existing weekly eNews from GovTech Review and the quarterly print/digital magazine.
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Note: Westwick-Farrow Media is also the publisher of Australian Hospital & Healthcare Bulletin and www.hospitalhealth.com.au.
Originally published here.
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