For nearly 50 years, Electrical Business has been Canada's voice for the professional electrical community, and we continue to feature even more of the hands-on information you need to get the job done. We also invite everyone to share their knowledge, expertise, tips and tricks with their peers across Canada.
Check out our 2013 editorial calendar (next page). You'll see it provides broad opportunities for contributing articles, news, story ideas, etc. to not just the magazine, but to our website, as we now distribute E-LINE (our newsletter) twice monthly.
We will continue to feature our regular columns as well as investigative reports about important industry issues. As usual, we invite you to send letters to the editor, information on new products, open houses, anniversaries, etc. You name it, we want to know about it!And don’t forget about L’industrie électrique (a French-language publication serving the Quebec market) and Distribution & Supply (which serves Canada’s electrical distribution channel.
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The BlueBook continues to be every astute contractor’s directory for information on products and services—and those who offer them—in Canada’s electrical la ndscape. And recognizing that there’s crossover between traditional electrical and modern low-voltage (datacom) work, The Bluebook continues to expand its information base of voice/data/video and other offerings.
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HERE ARE SOME OF THE WAYS YOU CAN TAKE PART IN ELECTRICAL BUSINESS:
Ensure products and services are available in Canada.
Send information about you and the people in your company (i.e. promotions, new hires, etc.), company anniversaries, special promotions, awards, and the like. Also send information about acquisitions, mergers, new projects/contracts, etc. Include photos/visuals where possible.
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Feature/Technical Articles and Case Studies
Feature stories are non-technical and usually explore industry issues. Case studies typically highlight the innovative use of a product or system. Technical articles address the nuts-and-bolts of electrical products, systems and insider know-how.