Irving, Texas: Festival & Events Ontario announced a new informational product, FEO Informer news brief. Beginning Jan. 17, this free, opt-out e-mail resource will provide comprehensive weekly news briefings of the week’s top stories for more than 3,500 professional festival and event planners across the Ontario, Canada.
Each edition of FEO Informer contains articles gathered from an expansive list of sources such as CBC, The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Ottawa Citizen and other more industry-specific publications. Professionals from the field will also contribute timely news and information "just in time" for leaders to stay on the cutting edge of industry developments. Beginning Jan. 17, FEO Informer will be delivered to the inboxes of FEO members and non-members alike, keeping professional festival and event planners abreast of topics that impact their industry.
FEO Informer is a great way to keep informed. The electronic publication can be easily read in your office, home, or via your mobile phone or PDA.
FEO Informer is powered by MultiBriefs, a division of MultiView.
“We understand that as the professional festival and event planner industry evolves, it’s becoming increasingly more important for FEO to keep their members informed. FEO Informer has been designed with the needs of FEO members in mind,” said Dan Maitland, president of MultiView. “We look forward to delivering the news and information that FEO members have asked for.”
Festivals & Events Ontario was established in 1987 as an association devoted to the growth and stability of the festival and event industry in Ontario. FEO is located in Woodstock, Ontario, Canada and operates as a not-for-profit organization. Visit www.festivalsandeventsontario.ca for more information.
MultiBriefs is a leading publisher of association-branded e-mail publications, providing comprehensive news briefing of the week's top industry stories to association members and trade professionals. A division of MultiView Inc., MultiBriefs has teamed up with more than 150 associations to produce quality news briefs for their industry.
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