2015 is here: Get involved with BIMcrunch Features

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Happy New Year – 2015 is upon us!

As 2016 approaches and the battle for BIM supremacy begins to heat up, how about getting your company’s brand and ethos spotlighted on an industry recognised and respected platform? Here at BIMcrunch, we can enable you to reach more customers by offering a series of BIMcrunch exclusive features that your company can participate in.

Note: Click the name of each feature to take you to the respective archive page.

One of our most popular features is Best BIM Bad BIM, which enables readers to get a brief understanding of the thinking behind some of Building Information Modelling’s most interesting characters. The interview is short and sweet, allowing for a AEC and BIM professional to discuss what they feel is going right currently and what trends they are irritated by within the BIM community. Additionally, the interviewee reflects on both good and bad elements of BIM and states what they have learned from their positive and negative experiences.

BIM Brunch is a one-to-one text interview that sees a member of the #UKBIMCrew or #GlobalBIMCrew tell readers of their history within Building Information Modelling and the architecture sector as a whole. Discussing everything from favourite buildings of all time to what about BIM interested them, interviewees ensure that BIM Brunch is the perfect accompaniment to your lunch break.

Company Spotlight says it all in the title. This feature aims at promoting a business currently making more waves thanks to their implementation of BIM in their business. Learn about the past, present and future of some of the AEC sectors biggest brands.

Crunch Time is BIMcrunch’s quickfire questioning platform that lets listeners learn more about a BIM specialist on both a professional and personal basis. Peers will not be short of conversation starters at BIM events as they can get to know a little more about fellow industry members and break the ice.

Comprising part of our Opinion section on the site, BIM Voice is another extremely popular read. If you are a BIM professional hoping to get something off your chest, BIM Voice can give you that platform to inspire change or share advice.

For more information of taking part in any of the aforementioned features, email editor@bimcrunch.com. Editor Jack White will be waiting to address your enquiries.

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