), the innovative next generation intelligence platform, today announces a partnership with World Textile Publications (WTP) to launch World Textile Information Network (WtiN), powered by the StrategyEye PUBLISHER platform.
London-based StrategyEye provides high value digital information services to niche audiences.
StrategyEye's proprietary technology identifies, filters and categorises key news and opinion-former commentary, combining this with in-house or partner premium content to create compelling research portals.
The platform's subscription revenue model is well proven, through in-house offers for senior executives in the Digital Media and Cleantech sectors.
StrategyEye is now partnering with specialist information providers to deploy the StrategyEye PUBLISHER platform in new sectors and geographies. WTiN is the first new full-sector launch powered by StrategyEye PUBLISHER, with premium content created daily by WTP's team of specialist textiles writers.
) is targeted at senior management across the global textiles sector, leveraging WTP's audience of over 65,000 industry executives worldwide. WTiN provides comprehensive analysis of trends across the textiles sector, continuously tracking over 20,000 companies and identifying patterns of innovation.
"WTP is a clear leader in the provision of news and analysis to the global textiles sector. This partnership is a great example of StrategyEye PUBLISHER's ability to power compelling industry-specific offers", commented Jeremy Phillips, COO and co-founder of StrategyEye.
Mark Jarvis, CEO of World Textile Publications, added: "StrategyEye's platform provides us with a fully integrated digital publishing solution. We are looking forward to working closely with StrategyEye to develop our digital audience.”
Launched in mid-2006 and backed by a series of technology investors, StrategyEye (http://www.strategyeye.com
) has developed an intelligence monitoring platform, enabling integration of proprietary content with relevant global news and blog sources in a highly structured manner – giving a comprehensive and easily-searchable picture of all events and activity across any industry or topic.
StrategyEye delivers two core product offerings:
- StrategyEye PUBLISHER – a white-label platform enabling offline and online publishers to rapidly deliver new information products, protecting existing audience revenue streams or targeting emerging market opportunities
- StrategyEye ENTERPRISE – a suite of subscription products leveraging our own in-house writers to deliver critical strategic intelligence on the Digital Media and Cleantech industries into 1,000+ executives and advisors globally
StrategyEye ENTERPRISE is used as a subscription intelligence product by 130+ enterprise teams within global clients including Nokia, Microsoft, Amazon.com, BSkyB, EMI, Universal Music, Sony, Accenture, MTV, Vodafone, Yahoo!, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, France Telecom, UBS, Guardian, Pearson.
For further information please contact Jeremy Phillips at StrategyEye on + 44 (0) 20 7930 4158 or visit (http://www.strategyeye.com
ABOUT WORLD TEXTILES PUBLICATIONS
World Textile Publications (WTP) is an innovative business, dedicated to fulfilling the information needs of the global textile industry.
For over 100 years its magazines have been recognised for their authority and market-leading coverage, and in recent years it has developed a complementary range of electronic media and special publications.
This clear industry focus means WTP has become an integral part of the textile community, providing the highest-quality information and now leveraging an innovative online technology platform to deliver next-generation strategic intelligence for textile-industry executives.
WTP information products include: Digital Textile • Future Materials • International Dyer • Knitting International • Nonwoven Report International • Textile Month International • Textile Month China • Twist • World Textile Information Network (wtin.com)
For further information please contact Mark Jarvis at World Textile Publications on + 44 (0) 1274 378800 or visit (http://www.wtin.com