Ifra Suppliers Directory and Ifra Newspaper-Community.com for 2007 now available
New Ifra industry directories offer latest service information
Ifra Suppliers Directory: This work of reference, now in its tenth edition, has been produced in a print run of 8500 copies. It covers all aspects of the organisational and technical process for the production, marketing and distribution of newspapers and magazines - both print and online. The Ifra Suppliers Directory 2007 contains 164 A4-sized papers and more than 300 entries from companies in 24 countries with more than 300 product descriptions.
In order to guarantee the most efficient search results, the directory is divided into eleven main categories (Advertising; Archiving; Business, Management and Organisation; Editorial; Electronic Media; Industry and Company Information; Mailroom and Distribution; Materials and Consumables / Materials Handling; Miscellaneous; Prepress Production; Presses and Printing), which are in turn divided into 109 logical sub-categories.
Comprehensive industry information is obtainable also from the Ifra Suppliers Directory Online on the Ifra website www.ifra.com/suppliersdirectory - including a search function.
With this Suppliers Directory offered both in print and digital form, Ifra gives the decision-makers at publishing and printing companies a practical guide to help them quickly locate the information and contacts they need in their daily work.
Ifra Newspaper-Community.com: Published in the fifth edition is the Ifra Newspaper-Community.com 2007 - Webguide to the Newspaper and Magazine Industries. As a complement to the Ifra Suppliers Directory 2007, this guide to the industry, arranged in alphabetical order, offers brief company portraits and screenshots of their web presentations on 98 A5-sized pages. As of April 2007, the web guided can also be downloaded as a PDF from www.newspaper-community.com.
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