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GEAPS Unveils Revamped Website

Features new content and mobile friendly view


Grain Elevator and Processing Society (GEAPS) has unveiled its updated website

The new site has an improved design, new content across all pages and is optimized for the mobile experience. The new site, formed with input from GEAPS members, is designed to be easier to navigate.

The site includes specialized user content and the Online Buyers’ Guide has had a facelift, built with future enhancements in mind.

Members have exclusive access to the video library, which houses recordings of past educational sessions and webinars.

“We want the website to not only be a resource for our members, but a source of interest for those in the grain industry,” Betsy Polis, GEAPS senior project manager said.

“We hope the new website serves as that. While we are proud of what we released this week, the new will continue to grow and adapt to our members evolving needs.”

Grain industry businesses will appreciate the fresh look and brand new advertising opportunities. People working in the industry will appreciate revamped chapter pages, easier access to online learning courses and a clear path to get involved with committees and events.

“The website needs to be the ‘front door’ to GEAPS, itself a tool to attract members and add value.” said GEAPS Executive Director Steve Records. “We also want to use our website to be able to deliver new services to our members. Our site hadn’t been updated since 2016; it simply wasn’t adaptable for how association websites need to work.”

The Grain Elevator and Processing Society (GEAPS) is an international professional association of grain handling and processing professionals. GEAPS addresses the industry’s critical grain handling, storage and processing operations needs by providing networking, professional development programs and access to a global marketplace of industry suppliers. GEAPS’ global network includes nearly 3,000 individual members from more than 1,100 companies.

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