The editors of Farm Equipment magazine are pleased to announce that Currie Management Consultants, headquartered in Worcester, Mass., is the exclusive sponsor of a new “Daily Email Update” service for registered users.
With this new program, registered users of the www.farm-equipment.com web site may now opt-in to receive a FREE Daily Email Update notifying them of any changes to the site’s content in the previous 24 hours. Now, users will be promptly alerted to changes to the online content, including breaking news, feature articles, columns/departments, video postings and reader commentary on articles.
“We emphasize a continuing process of benchmarking, best practices and feedback,” says George Russell, Currie Management Consultants’ executive partner, with global experience in ag and construction equipment. “The insight and knowledge shared through Farm Equipment’s online offering — including articles, news and commentary — supports the dialog and information exchange necessary to advance the farm equipment industry.”
To begin receiving the Daily Email Update, users need only to complete a simple, FREE registration step at http://is.gd/bbJUn
About Currie Management Consultants: With offices in the U.S., Europe and South America, Currie Management Consultants has 30 years of adding value to equipment manufacturers and dealers. In addition to experience advising clients in an array of equipment industries, farm equipment industry manufacturer and dealer clients include Case IH, John Deere, New Holland and Bobcat. The firm offers wide-reaching consulting services for dealers and manufacturers, including Best Practices Groups. For more information, visit www.curriemanagement.com.
About Farm Equipment: Farm Equipment magazine is published 8 times per year and focuses on news, trends and best practices in farm machinery sales. The magazine is part of an Ag Equipment Division at Lessiter Publications that also includes Ag Equipment Intelligence, Rural Lifestyle Dealer, Farm Catalog and Conservation Tillage Guide. For more information, visit www.farm-equipment.com.
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