Delivering the Broad Logistics Market
Logistics Management Magazine: Logistics Management will deliver your message to the largest number of logistics professionals in the industry. LM reaches 2-3X more audited buying influencers of logistics services, technology, and equipment than any other industry publication..
Logistics Online: LM’s online subscribers now total more than 60,000. Between our print and online audiences, we reach a total unduplicated number of 102,000 logistics professionals!
Webcasts: Logistics Management offers single and multi-sponsored webcast opportunities. Both provide a full marketing campaign to promote the event and maximize registration
Virtual Tradeshows: Logistics Management is partnering with Supply Chain Management Review to produce a virtual conference in December 2016. You can sponsor a webcast, virtual booth, or both. Sponsors receive leads from webcasts and booth attendees. Sponsors’ logos appear on all web and print promotions.
White Paper Program: The White Paper section of logisticsmgmt.com offers vendors and service providers a vehicle for directing customers to your whitepapers, video, or educational product information—resulting in prominent exposure to qualified prospects. LM will send a dedicated email promotion featuring your white paper or case study to more than 44,000 logistics executives. Additionally, we’ll provide a customized registration page to capture all contact and buying-intent information and provide you with a thorough lead report
Research Briefs: LM’s Custom Market Research Briefs are a turn-key solution that offers a unique opportunity to provide market intelligence and qualified leads.
This Week in Logistics (Weekly): 39,000
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