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Check Out EWs Free Oct. 18 Webcast On Industry News

Visit the 2006 EC&M E-TradeShow, a year-long virtual business event.

Electrical Wholesaling’s second Webcast will analyze Home Depot’s moves in the electrical market and report on the industry’s latest mergers and acquisitions. The free Oct. 18 Webcast will be broadcast at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST) and 10 a.m. Pacific Standard Time (PST), in Conference Room B of Electrical Construction & Maintenance magazine’s E-Trade Show.

This is the first in a series of Webinars that Electrical Wholesaling magazine is cosponsoring with Electrical Marketing. The publications are also Webcasting the “2007 Electrical Market Forecast” on Nov. 16 at 10 a.m. EST and 10 a.m. PST. You can register for the event, download the E-TradeShow and learn more about this exciting new communications technology at

Several other free live seminars for end users will also be held Oct. 18 in the EC&M E-TradeShow:

  • "The Basics of Insulation Resistance Testing," by John Olobri, director of sales and marketing, AEMC Instruments (9:00am EST and PST, Conference Room A).
  • "Good Project Management: Enhancing the Bottom Line," by John DeDad, senior director, editorial and EC&M development (11:00am EST and PST, Conference Room A).
  • "Presenting AEMC’s 3-Phase PQ Analyzer," by Ed Cunie, Eastern regional manager, AEMC Instruments (10:00am EST and PST, Conference Room A).

Before attending these live events, please tour the 2006 EC&M E-TradeShow, a year-long virtual business event. In addition to attending live activities at conference sessions scheduled throughout the year, you can meet with exhibitors in virtual exhibit halls. Visitors can also access past presentations archived in the E-TradeShow. Employing the latest interactive 3D technology, sponsors use online trade-show booths to generate leads on a continuous basis throughout the year, while interacting live with customers and prospects during scheduled events.

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