Online publisher and leading technology advertising network, Net Communities has officially launched its new tech news website THINQ.co.uk.
The site at http://www.THINQ.co.uk , will be edited by successful and highly experienced IT journalist, Paul Hales and staffed by a team of sharp and enthusiastic writers
"There are major technological advances happening every day," says Hales, "It's our job to present these diverse happenings to our readers in a way that informs and entertains while also giving pause for thought.
"As the name suggests, the site aims to privide coverage that provokes reflection. THINQING is a prelude to debate. "
Hales teamed up the London-based, Net-Communities to launch THINQ. “We've been planning the site launch since late 2009 and it will go live with content dating back to the start of this year,” said Net Communities managing director Andy Evans. “The content that Paul and his team have already generated for launch site demonstrates attention to detail, great insight with fantastic wit!"
Net Communities signed up Hewlett-Packard, the world’s biggest computer maker, to sponsor the launch of THINQ.co.uk.
The sponsorship focuses on HP’s Storage Works and was brokered by Lauren Glynn from HP’s digital agency m2m. “I'm delighted that HP will be the official launch partner of THINQ.co.uk. it to be the perfect environment for our ‘IT decision maker’ audience,” said Glynn.
“Having worked closely with Net Communities on a number of previous HP campaigns I have full confidence that they will maintain their reputation for achieving strong results and meeting campaign objectives.”
Andy Evans said: "There's room in the market for a hard-hitting, sharp new site. We've done a brilliant job with ITProPortal.com, which now leads the UK market in tech news commentary and we aim to complement that with THINQ which will become the UK' s definitive IT breaking news resource."