GovEvents’ feeds will use keywords specific to each site to provide users with a customized view of events applicable to their industry. On the other hand, AOL will make its editorial coverage around selected events available to GovEvents.com users.
“We are excited to partner with AOL to make it even easier for the government audience to find events for professional development and networking,” said Kerry Rea, GovEvents President. “We’re looking forward to expanding the reach of GovEvents.com to a new audience of government and industry users looking for a more effective way to research the events that are right for their personal and professional growth as well as their organization’s sales and marketing goals.”
Wyatt Kash, editor of AOL Government, applauded the partnership with GovEvents in provided a much-needed service to the government community.
“We wanted to provide a similar service to our readers within AOL and a partnership was a great way to do this. With GovEvents, we have been able to customize the event feeds to meet the needs and interests of our audience, making it easy for them to get news, event info, online discussions, and multimedia resources all in one place,” said Kash.
Feeds are available on the various sites immediately.