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Wine Industry Network Launches Afternoon News Brief

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Healdsburg, Calif., November 4, 2013 – The Wine Industry Network (WIN) today launched the Afternoon News Brief, the latest in their growing portfolio of wine business resources, products and services designed to benefit industry professionals. The Afternoon Brief is a summary of daily news headlines and top stories packaged in an email format and delivered to subscribers at the end of each business day.

“In our current business culture, driven professionals want relevant news as soon as it’s available,” said George Christie, President of Wine Industry Network. “They simply want today’s news today…tomorrow is too late.”

The Afternoon News Brief is a natural addition to the Wine Industry Network’s evolving platform of business resources. In addition to WIN’s comprehensive supplier network and directory, the company produces an online trade publication, The Wine Industry Advisor, as well as the second largest industry trade show in North America, the North Coast Wine Industry Expo.

See the most recent Afternoon Briefs.

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About the Wine Industry Network

Based in Healdsburg, California, WineIndustryNetwork.com is the wine industry’s most comprehensive business resource website operating as an on-line trade show and created specifically to help industry professionals locate and connect more easily with the industry’s best suppliers and service professionals. WIN also produces The North Coast Wine Industry Exp (wineindustryexpo.com), based in Santa Rosa, California, and an online industry publication, the Wine Industry Advisor (wineindustryadvisor.com).

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