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Launch date announced for GE’s new enewletters

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Ground Engineering’s four new enewsletters to run alongside its established weekly enewletter are set to launch on Monday 14 January to help readers to stay in touch with the news that matters to them.

Readers now have the option to sign up for themed enewsletters with one issued each day of the week and each will have a different focus but the weekly enewsletter will still round up the top stories from all sectors.

The weekly enewsletter will move from its Thursday slot to Friday but will still bring you the top news stories and in-depth features that matter each week.

Monday’s enewsletter will focus on business news and will round up the latest contract awards, tender announcements and business updates from the last seven days.

Tuesday’s enewsletter will focus on international news and bring together the leading geotechnical stories from outside the UK.

The Wednesday enewsletter will cover project updates to give you insight into progress on current and planned geotechnical projects.

The focus on for Thursday’s enewsletter will be industry news and this bulletin will update you on the latest initiatives, issues and challenges affecting the geotechnical sector.

GE subscribers can sign up ahead of the launch next week to avoid missing out. Opting in to receive or to amend your enewsletter selection is simple and can be done going to the my account section and selecting the newsletter option.

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