Improving communication with its stakeholder members is a top priority for SusChem in 2012. As a first step a new SusChem website has been under development over the past few months and launches today. Check it out now!
The new site is not merely a redesign but also puts enhanced functionality and new systems in place to ensure easier updating of content and better integration with social media. As well as better communication tools the site offers a new relationship management environment to enable SusChem members to access information and get more easily involved with SusChem activities.
To get the most out of the SusChem website we are asking all stakeholders to register with the site. If you have already registered with SusChem in the past - for example to attend the SusChem Stakeholder event or access the Brokerage Database - you should be able to use your existing email address and password. If you haven't registered before then the process takes only a minute or so. You can register here.
"Registration is open to anyone who has an interest in sustainable chemistry research and innovation, the societal challenges that SusChem is helping to address and everyone working for a smart, sustainable, competitive future for Europe," says Ger Spork, SusChem coordinator at Cefic. "We look forward to welcoming you to our new website!"
Once registered for the site, you can access the information and SusChem services relevant to you. The registration process will also enable SusChem to renew and 'clean' its stakeholder membership lists. In turn this will help with services such as the launch of a new regular SusChem Newsletter during 2012.
SusChem is very much a collaborative and cooperative platform that wants to encourage the widest possible participation from its stakeholders in the sustainable chemistry community in Europe and beyond.
If you have any comments on the new site, need to find out more about the platform, or require information on joining workgroups etc, please contact the SusChem secretariat.
Why not bookmark the SusChem website at: http://www.suschem.org now.