AEMT - Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades

20 November 2019
The AEMT goes virtual… Exhibition
The Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) has launched an online virtual exhibition stand to open-up the trade association’s benefits to a wider audience. The latest digital marketing tool is now live for visitors to check out the services and support available to members, but more importantly to highlight what members have to offer for industry.

AEMT Secretary Thomas Marks, who is responsible for developing various communication platforms ranging from the AEMT Journal to the conference and awards comments, “We have to embrace new technology, not just in terms of what our members can offer, but in the way we communicate what we do. The virtual exhibition stand is on 24/7 and is easy to access from any web browser, it also looks very realistic, so is an ideal platform for us to connect with many more professionals.” 

The AEMT live exhibition stand provides a fast, visual snapshot of what the association stands for and the electromechanical benefits its members can bring to all industries. Subjects range from hazardous area equipment repair to sustainable repairs and increasing the efficiency of motor driven systems. The stand is open to all visitors and while visitor registration is not mandatory, there will be several features and options coming soon to those who do share their details. This includes a Member’s Area which requires a login. The AEMT live virtual stand will also appear at the forthcoming virtual exhibition IndustryExpo.online

Take a look now here 

 

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