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Fibre Systems was delighted to start the new decade with the launch of a brand-new publication – the Fibre Yearbook. Now, we are going to celebrate with a fun social media photo competition, where readers can potentially win a prize!

The Fibre Yearbook is an essential, year-round companion for people at all stages of the optical communications supply chain. Component and subsystem vendors, network equipment manufacturers, planners, installers, systems integrators, global operators and end users of fibre-optic networks can all find something to interest them.

It is designed to provide a platform to expand on the most important industry developments from the previous 12 months and how these will affect business in the year ahead. It also offers the opportunity to boost your year-round online presence with a listing in our comprehensive suppliers’ directory of products and services, or an enhanced listing in the Yearbook, linked to our online suppliers’ directory – one price gets you both elements.

We will commence work on the 2021 edition in October, for publication in November. Meanwhile, the Fibre Yearbook 2020 edition will be distributed throughout the year at the most important industry events throughout the world – which is where you come in!

All you have to do is get a photo with yourself holding a copy of Fibre Yearbook 2020 at any one of the industry events this year, send it to Keely Portway with your name, company and job title. We will share the photos (please keep them clean) across our Twitter and LinkedIn channels, using the hashtag #fibreyearbook2020. The best entry chosen at the end of the year will win a place for their company on our online Suppliers Directory for the duration of 2021.

If you want to secure your space early for the Fibre Yearbook 2021, get in touch with Jonathan Burrows.

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