To change means to make something different. To alter something or modify something in one way, shape or form.
To change also means to make something better. To improve, to innovate, to update.
That’s exactly what we’re doing on Equipment Today. Improving. Innovating. Updating. Making things better.
And, we’re doing so in all facets of the brand – print, digital, e-newsletters and more.
For starters, nominations are open for our annual Contractors’ Top New Products award, which highlights the best new product introductions in the commercial construction industry. However, instead of compiling this list by online pageviews like years’ past, we upped the ante, and are accepting online submissions for either an actual new product release or an enhancement to an already existing product, adding credibility, assurance and uniformity for all nominees. CLICK HERE to learn more about the award, how to submit nominations and more. Submissions close July 5.
Here's what’s also new… QR codes. You’ll see them sprinkled throughout the issue. Feel free to hover your smartphone or Android device over the QR code to read more about a particular new product, for example.
Also be sure to check out ForConstructionPros.com and discover some new entities throughout, such as more emphasis on videos and podcasts, specifically Digging Deeper, and a slew of thought leadership pieces from some of the industry’s most notable industry experts.
Let’s face, no one really likes change. But, failing to embrace change is like not allowing the industry to grow, to evolve, to become better, faster, safer and more efficient.
Without change, the industry will remain stagnant, operating the way it always has, without any innovation, technology or automation.
Change is necessary, not just in the construction space, but in the B2B space as well. I encourage you to join us on this journey of change, and work together to showcase your company’s new items, new products, thought leadership and more. Any questions, comments, feedback and more, please reach out.
Content Director, AC Business Media