Engerati.com joins Faversham House
Faversham House, publisher of Network and Utility Week, and organiser of Utility Week Live, is delighted to announce the acquisition of Engerati.com.
10th January 2019 by Networks
Engerati.com will run alongside Network, providing technical content to an international audience of energy professionals sharing Network’s values of providing first-class content driven by market insight.
Amanda Barnes, chief executive of Faversham House, said: “We are delighted to acquire Engerati.com. It’s a great fit with our existing brands in the energy industry. We have exciting plans for the further development of the brand and for its closer alignment with Network and Utility Week Live.
“The acquisition demonstrates the strength of our commitment to the energy industry, both in the UK and internationally and shows Faversham House is firmly in growth mode. We very much look forward to continuing to deliver expert content to energy professionals via innovative multi-media platforms, across all our brands.”
Adam Malik, founder of Engerati.com, said “After four years of developing Engerati.com I am delighted to hand it over to Faversham House. Their audience and content-first heritage make them the ideal owner to develop the future vision for the product, using their resources to accelerate Engerati.com.”
Faversham House will be working closely with Engerati.com’s suppliers and client base to continue to deliver webinar and content-based insight to its international audience.
For further information, please contact Faversham House’s publishing director for utilities Ellen Bennett on email@example.com. For commercial enquiries, please contact Engerati.com’s business development manager Helen Smith on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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