Follow the latest BMEA News on Twitter, Linkedin and now Facebook!
28 March 2012
Customers and members of the British Marine Electronic Association (BMEA) can now keep up to date with the associations activities on three of the most popular social networking sites, Twitter, Linkedin and now Facebook! News stories from the Associations members, industry developments as well as development from the BMEA itself will be posted on all three sites.
Follow us on Twitter:
Twitter is a free social networking and micro-blogging service that enables its users to send and read other users’ updates known as tweets. Tweets are text-based posts of up to 140 characters in length which are displayed on the user’s profile page and delivered to other users who have subscribed to them (known as followers).
You can find our twitter account at: http://www.twitter.com/bmea_uk
Join the BMEA’s ‘Marine Electronics’ group on Linkedin
If you are in the electronics/electrical side of the Maritme industry, why not join the BMEA’s new Linkedin group. The ‘Marine Electronics’ group is the BMEA’s (British Marine Electronics Association) own Linkedin group dedicated to professionals within the Marine Electronics/Electrical industry. Its purpose is to highlight the very latest news and industry developments, discuss best practice and promote debate. The group is open to sales, marketing or engineering professionals from all parts of the industry.
If you want to join, you must be a member of Linkedin first. Once you have registered, go to Group Search and look for ‘Marine Electronics’.
Follow us now on Facebook
Lastly, we have a page on Facebook. If you are a Facebook user, please check out our Facebook page and ‘like’ us.
3 Social network accounts and a new website, now there is no excuse not to keep up to date with our activites.
Ian Lockyer (BMEA Marketing)
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