Thursday, 05 July 2012 17:01

Women's Industry Network Launches New Interactive Website

The Women’s Industry Network has launched a new website focusing on one of the organization’s foundational goals: enabling networking among women in the collision industry. The redesign of WomensIndustryNetwork.com is a result of feedback from WIN members as well as cross-industry input. The new site offers significant enhancements to WIN’s efforts to deliver support, education and networking opportunities to its members as well as the industry at large.

The new social media based website presents a user-friendly opportunity to get to know the organization, its mission and activities through traditional as well as multimedia content.  Visitors will be able to learn more about the organization through news, videos, and photos, along with having the ability to apply for membership and scholarships directly from the site. WIN members will also be able to network through a “members-only” section of the site, enabling quick and easy mutual support among colleagues across the country.

“As an organization, we see this new website as an opportunity to spread the word about WIN and offer our members an easy way to reach out to other women in the collision industry,” said Ruth Weniger (Airbag Solutions), Chair of the Web Site Task Force. “One of the best ways to empower women to achieve success is to give them a solid platform and sense of community. That is WIN’s mission and we are thrilled to be able to offer this new opportunity to learn and stay connected.”

The efforts of WIN’s all-volunteer Website Task Force were critical to the development and launch of this new venture. The group includes Mia Bonthron (Enterprise Rent-A-Car), Melissa Miller (CARSTAR), Jennifer Justice Haley (former Body Shop manager) and Victoria Jankowski (State Farm). Working closely with Kristen Felder and Liz Blackman of Collision Hub, the organization’s web development partner, WIN developed this flexible site to meet the needs of the fast growing organization. WIN gratefully acknowledges Collision Hub for the generous donation of development services to make this exciting launch possible. 

To learn more about WIN, visit WomensIndustryNetwork.com or contact the organization at info@WomensIndustryNetwork.com.

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