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Print Buying 2003: Demographic Analysis of Print End-User Markets Available

Wednesday, July 23, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

ALEXANDRIA, VA - July 21, 2003 - C. Barnes & Co. is proud to announce the publishing of "Print Buying 2003: Demographic Analysis of Print End-User Markets", an annual study which estimates the print buying spending of the 23 largest industries on national and state levels. "Print Buying 2003" arrays data by U.S. state, employee size of establishment and industry (as described by NAICS code system). The 23 industries described in the report account for 67% of total U.S. GDP ($6.6 trillion of $10.2 trillion) and include: -Computer Systems Design and Related Services -Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing -Publishing Industries -Construction -Food Manufacturing -Broadcasting and Telecommunications -Wholesale trade -Real Estate -Educational Services Print buying for these industries is estimated in the report to be $89.4 billion in 2002 (or 87% of the $102.4 billion printing industry as defined by NAICS code 323). This unique study is essential for printers and their suppliers and a must for market researchers, sales representives, marketers and top executives. The study is published electronically on CD-ROM and contains two Excel and two PDF files. The CD-ROM edition is $990.00 (plus $10.00 shipping fee). For more information, sample pages or for ordering, please visit www.cbarnes.com, email cbarnes@cox.net or call (703) 822-0919.




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