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November 22, 2008

Global STM publishing industry grews 4.4% to $14.7 billion in 2007 (Source: Simba). There are hundreds and thousands of publishers who compete for a share of this market pie. Knowledgespeak is a free STM news service for STM professionals who need to understand and respond to the continuous challenges of the scientific technical and medical (STM) publishing industry.

Knowledgespeak is the world’s first online news service to report on all the relevant developments within the scientific technical and medical information industry, on a daily basis. Launched in June 2005, this STM news service has become the benchmark for online scientific technical and medical news (STM) and is widely subscribed by people who matter in the STM publishing industry across nations. Apart from daily news alerts, Knowledgespeak also offers additional features including a calendar of scientific technical and medical events, a comprehensive directory of scientific technical and medical publishers, a blog area and a resource section featuring interesting articles, whitepapers and presentations relevant to the STM publishing industry.

This online news service seeks to provide readers with the latest update on the Scientific Technical and Medical publishing industry. Information posted in this site can benefit players in STM business. This online Scientific Technical Medical News service serves as a communication vehicle to reach customers and/or other key stakeholders of the industry. With online STM news, subscribers can stay informed by getting daily online STM news alerts, scientific technical and medical industry events, new STM related products and STM services, and more. Also, STM publishers can promote their products/ services by sending in press releases and through online advertising. In addition, they also track peer activity as well as easily locate relevant database providers, events, interesting articles and white papers. Subscribers can also discuss and participate in STM blogs.

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