Diagnostic Network (diag.net) — a startup venture aimed at helping automotive, collision, and heavy-duty professionals master the service and repair of modern vehicles — has attracted 340 people as founding members. The network debuted in May, officially launching an online forum that fosters collaboration and the sharing of information among service industry professionals.
“Diagnostic Network is beginning to pick up some very strong momentum through subscriber signups and excellent discussion and content submission,” Founder and President Scott Brown said.
The network has been building technical videos and publishing them through its YouTube channel. (The videos are public now, but will eventually be accessible only via the network, Brown said.)
Diagnostic Network offers valuable opportunities for discussion and networking, said Jennifer Holland, director of marketing for ASE, a sponsor. The format of the network allows service professionals, educators, and industry supporters to showcase their talents and share their creativity, she added.
“The quality and technical content of the discussions has been impressive,” Holland said. “The input from members is helping to enhance the knowledge base and skills of the entire membership of DN.”