New hire Michael Caruso as VP to lead development
Community site brings more than 800,000 monthly unique visitors to the Design World Network
CLEVELAND, OH – WTWH Media, LLC, an integrated b2b media company serving the design engineering and renewable energy markets with more than 40 technology based web sites and three print publications today announced the acquisition of edaboard.com and related sub domains from Oponeo.PL S.A.
Edaboard.com represents a significant engaged user community with close to 500,000 registered users and 800,000 unique monthly visitors. The community driven forum focuses on electrical engineering topics and discussions ranging from digital design, embedded systems, analog design to hardware and PCB design.
With an expansion of electrical engineering resource sites, WTWH Media has also brought on Michael Caruso as VP of EE Product Development, responsible for growth and development of the EE online segments. Mike brings 32 years experience in technology marketing and business development in a wide variety of global markets, end equipment and applications with an emphasis in the semiconductor industry.
“Mike’s expertise in technology marketing is key for us at this juncture of our expansion,” said Scott McCafferty, Managing Partner and Co-Founder of WTWH Media. “His background and semiconductor experience fits perfectly with our plans to continue to surround electrical engineering audiences with useful online resources. Edaboard.com is one of the largest online communities of its kind and this propels our growth further in the development of electrical engineering resources for professionals.”
According to Scott, “We will continue to invest in technology, content development, and community building. We remain committed to surrounding our audiences with content, resources and tools on their terms while delivering measurable results for marketers.”
Mike can be reached at 469-855-7344 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About WTWH Media, LLC
WTWH Media LLC amplifies content, engagement and conversions in several growth b-to-b markets. The WTWH networks serve design engineers, engineering management, and other professionals in automation, medical equipment, motion control, off-highway, packaging, semiconductor and renewable energy markets among others.
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