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Tuesday 05 May 2009
 

WAN becomes AIA Advantage Partner

 
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As the AIA unite in San Francisco, World Architecture News sign deal for Business Information services 

While the AIA National Convention and Design Expo kicked off in San Francisco this week, WAN signed a deal with the American Institute to provide business information services under the AIA Advantage Partner remit.

As an Advantage Partner, WAN are recognised as a market leader and enter into an exclusive relationship with the AIA providing services to its members and helping them to operate their businesses more effectively. In particular, the WAN Tender Alert service will help to bring the latest project opportunities to AIA registered architects.

WAN Tender Alerts is an unsurpassed service bringing subscribers the latest project opportunities from around the globe with a specialised Business Information team updating our system with the latest tenders, competitions and awards. As an AIA Advantage Partner WAN are able to offer varying levels of discount for AIA members.

“It’s a great privilege to be working with the AIA on this important initiative in these difficult times," said WAN Editorial Director, Michael Hammond, "It has never been more important for architects to cast the net wider to secure new work and this programme is extremely focused on this issue and will provide a constant flow of new opportunities from both established and emerging markets.”

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