ETMM: On our own behalf Barbara Schulz takes over ETMM editorship
A change in leadership: Barbara Schulz returns to ETMM in 2021.
Würzburg/Germany - Back to the roots. As of 1 January 2021, Barbara Schulz will again take over the editorial control of our international trade medium ETMM - European Tool & Mould Making. The graduate mechanical engineer has already worked for our almost 130 year old publishing house Vogel Communications Group (VCG) twice before, first as editor at MM Maschinenmarkt from 2005-2007 and then from 2014-2017 as editor-in-chief of ETMM. In between, Barbara spent several years abroad in Australia as editor-in-chief for the trade journal Australian Manufacturing Technology (AMT) and as founder of her own PR agency. Most recently, she was European Correspondent/Editor at Gardner Business Media Inc. (USA). Barbara will be responsible for the content creation of ETMM as Editor-in-Chief (freelance). The step is linked to our claim to offer our readers and users even more orientation in the information jungle and at the same time create new value-added services. Gerd Kielburger, Director International Business & Strategy of VCG, is delighted that Barbara Schulz is returning to Vogel and ETMM. “Great to have Barbara on board again. We are regaining an excellently networked and proven industry expert with extensive international experience. Our team is very much looking forward to working with her.”
ETMM (European Tool & Mould Making) is the certified English-language specialist medium providing a cross media focus on solutions for tool and mould making with an emphasis on the European market. We reach decision makers and experts all over Europe through our print publications as well as worldwide through our online channels and social media network. Our readers come from all fields of equipment supply and applications including tool forming manufacturers, injection moulding companies and prototype engineering. In our global VCG publishing network we collaborate also with our sister brands of Tool Makers in Thailand, Automobil Industrie in German, Poland or China as well as MM Maschinenmarkt in German speaking markets Germany, Austria and Switzerland, in China, Korea, Thailand, Poland, Hungary and Czech Republic.