Oxford, MA, March 19, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- IndustrialLEADERS.com™, the Web's fasting growing American Industrial Directory and publisher of multiple marketplaces, guides and social networking sites for the manufacturing and engineering communities announced today it has been reviewed by KillerStartUps.com™ at http://www.killerstartups.com/Site-Reviews/industrialleaders-com-industrial-supply-directory-online. The company said it is pleased to be recognized as an Internet startup to watch and expects big things in the upcoming year with the launch of additional publications and resources for its users and members.
Donald LaBelle, founder and CEO of IndustrialLEADERS.com said the company will soon announce the debut of a new member-based website designed specifically for owners of American machine shops looking to enter or expand into national and international markets. “We are looking forward to introducing the site to job shop owners in the United States and our team has been working rigorously to make sure it provides members with the tools, information and resources to generate business opportunities for their company.” According to LaBelle, the announcement will take place on MFGmatch.net, the custom manufacturing marketplace and division of Industrial Leaders at http://www.MFGmatch.net
About Industrial Leaders
Founded in 2003, Industrial Leaders is a publisher of over 192 specialized industrial directories as well as several B2B marketplaces, forums, buying guides, social networking sites and other resources for the manufacturing community. The company focuses primarily on promoting U.S. manufacturers and American made industrial products worldwide. Domestic and foreign companies looking to purchase industrial supplies, equipment and machinery utilize the site to locate suitable suppliers in the United States serving national and international markets.
KillerStartups.com is a user drive community focusing on Internet startups designed for online entrepreneurs, bloggers, investors and others interested in up-and-coming websites in various industries. The company reviews new and growing sites it believes to have potential to be the next big thing on the Web by tapping the wisdom of those in the know.
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