Making Waves Information
At the end of 2019 Making Waves moved from a printed publication to be in a digital format.
Historically as a printed quarterly magazine Making Waves was read by upwards of 10,000 people around the world including members and other stakeholders, in print format and online.
Each issue provides updates on IMCA’s activities, the work of IMCA committees, reports on seminars and workshops, briefing on regulatory issues and other industry developments.
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Since going into a digital format Making Waves is emailed directly to our Membership and can be forwarded onto others by selecting the relevant option at the bottom of the publication.
Members can also decide to unsubscribe should they no longer wish to receive the publication – select the appropriate option at the bottom of the publication.
Traditionally advertising was available in the printed format of Making Waves for Supplier (S/S*) members of IMCA only, providing an excellent route to connect with industry decision makers and influencers among the print and online readership of 10,000+ each quarter.
We are considering whether to introduce Advertising into our digital publication and will contact relevant members should we decide to go this route.
Contribute an Article
If you would like to contribute a news story or feature, please consider putting forward content on topical issues, ideally where they highlight improved performance in the industry or enhanced operational integrity. The article could be based on a new product or service development, a high profile presentation given by one of your team or simply something which you feel would be of interest to the Making Waves readership. Please keep in mind, we would like to feature engaging and personal stories rather than advertorial.
Making Waves content is exclusive and engaging with a straightforward, informal tone, reflects IMCA’s objectives, the work and interests of its members and offer information and insight for the offshore marine construction industry. Please keep this in mind when you provide articles and strive to minimise formal corporate language. Explain complex technical issues as clearly as possible so that articles are easy and enjoyable to read so members not involved in the sector under discussion can appreciate the issues and the significance of a story.