ConstructionWeekOnline has revamped and relaunched its online directory product to offer its customers an easy to use and cost effective advertising platform. ConstructionWeekOnline Directory allows visitors to the site to browse 5,000 listings of local suppliers, contractors, consultants, engineers and service professionals across all the main sectors of the regional construction industry.
ConstructionWeekOnline Directory can be accessed through a dedicated portal, https://directory.constructionweekonline.com/. Subscribers to the self-service directory can edit their listing, adding detail and functionality in order to maximise their presence for as little as US$99 per year.
“The directory offers industry suppliers, contractors and consultants a simple advertising solution that allows them to customise their presence in the directory’s listings and pay online,” said Alex Reeve, managing director, of ITP Business, ITP Customer, ITP Ignite and ITP Connects.
“The directory gives our customers direct access to a growing digital audience of construction professionals at ConstructionWeekOnline.com,” he added.
The directory has been produced by the team behind Construction Week, the region’s most trusted source of construction news, analysis and business intelligence. ConstructionWeekOnline, the digital home of Construction Week, has a digital audience of over 350,000 industry professionals from the region across its digital channels.
“Construction Week has firmly established itself as the leading source of the Middle East construction industry’s news and information, with exclusive and intelligent market insights,” said Reeve.
“Now in its second decade, the Construction Week brand has an unmatchable understanding of the Middle East’s industry dynamics, and strong relations with key decision-makers – from government entities and private-sector organisations alike – that make the regional sector tick,” he added.
Construction Week, ConstructionWeekOnline.com and ConstructionWeekOnline Directory are all products of ITP Media Group, the region’s largest media company.