Print Buying 2003 Study Available on www.DrJoeWebb.com
Press release from the issuing company
Alexandria, VA -- September 2, 2003 -- "Print Buying 2003", published by C. Barnes & Co., is now available for download at the www.DrJoeWebb.com e-store. "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, state and metropolitan levels. This unique study is essential for printers and their suppliers and a must for market researchers, sales representatives, marketers and top executives.
Many studies show where print is produced, but this study shows where print is bought, and is a good indicator of where creative services are procured as well.
Industries included are: broadcasting and telecommunications, chemical manufacturing, computer and electronic product manufacturing, credit intermediation and related activities, educational services, food and beverage stores, food manufacturing, general merchandise stores, health care services, hospitals, insurance carriers and related activities, legal services, publishing industries, real estate, securities, transportation equipment manufacturing, utilities, and others.
"Print Buying 2003" arrays data in easy-to-use Excel workbooks (and PDF documentation) by 50 U.S. states, 319 metro areas, 9 employee size of establishment categories and 23 industries (as described by NAICS code system).
For sample files and more detailed information, and to buy: http://www.drjoewebb.com/reports/print_buying.html
There is a $100+ discount if ordered before September 15, 2003.
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