19 April 2021 05:45


India’s first Geohazard magazine, GeoXchange announces the launch of its First Issue

The magazine is now available in both print and e-versions

India’s first international geohazard magazine catering to the global community – GeoXchange announced the launch of its first edition. Published by GXG Publishing House, the vision of the magazine is to create opportunities for companies and professionals belonging to the geohazard mitigation industry to effectively communicate, share ideas, innovations, insights, and growth prospects with fellow business operators to stay ahead in the market and achieve set business goals.

The bi-monthly publication aims to bring forth compelling conversations with key market leaders along with case studies, product features, large spread stories, happenings from around the globe, tenders and much more. The first edition of the magazine is dedicated to the trends and evolution of Rockfall Protection and features inputs from renowned dignitaries like Professor Satish Chandra, Director of CSIR, Mr. RK Vishnoi, Director (Technical) at THDC India Limited and etcetera along with case studies from players like Maccaferri Environmental Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Geobrugg, Geo-Hazard Advisors, Spar Geo Infra Private Limited , Rocscience Inc and many more.

Commenting on her entry into a new segment and giving voice to an underrepresented industry, Neha Bajaj, Editor-in-Chief at GeoXchange said, “We are extremely happy and proud to bring GeoXchange to life by launching its first edition on Independence Day. We hope that the magazine will not only become a platform for industry leaders and professionals to exchange ideas, but also help drive communication between key authorities overseeing the industry to encourage rapid response and responsible mitigation of natural disasters that fall upon us.”

She further added, “We are overwhelmed by the support we have received from members of this fraternity and we are humbled by the faith they have shown in my team and me. We pledge to continue telling stories about this industry and aid in bringing all their efforts to the centre stage to the best of our abilities.”

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