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UBM Electronics and RapidBuyr announce partnership to offer daily deals and services

12/1/2011 09:01 PM EST
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sandhu233   12/2/2011 8:12:54 PM
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We appreciate the encouragement! In the next few weeks we will be introducing the the deals section on the top navigation bar. Currently, the deals are delivered via email and can be accessed at: http://eetimes.rapidbuyr.com Your ideas and suggestions about future deals would be much appreciated :)

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sandhu233   12/2/2011 8:09:16 PM
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Thank you!! We believe that in partnership with RapidBuyr we can offer a lot of consumer products, training programs, and other professional services at extremely good prices. And most importantly, we would like to hear from you with regards to the same. What kind of deals (products/services) would you like to see? Please comment here or feel free to send me an email at amandeep.sandhu@ubm.com

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yalanand   12/2/2011 6:32:44 AM
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Wow, this is really good news for the engineering community. Where can we check the deals, will it be dispalyed on this site ?

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_hm   12/2/2011 2:17:53 AM
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This is quite interesting. What new things will UBM bring to this? Will it bring more market or more products?

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