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2 010 D E T R O I T R E G I O N A L

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  1. 1. 2 010 D E T R O I T R E G I O N A L AND MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Where Businesses Look First for New Contacts Companies join the chamber to generate new business BUSIN 2009 DETR OIT R by making connections and networking. The Detroit EGI ONAL K ESS BO BOO An ann AL ual sup ION plement of EG T R OK Regional Business Book is a referral resource for not ROI magazine SS . US $ 40 ET 8 D NE 200 BUSI and MeM only our 20,000 members, but the entire Southeast ine. bers m agaz hip dire Small Regiona ctor busines l busines y s startup s data t of Emergin guide Page 27 lemen g indu Page 54 US $40 • Asso supp stries Page 77 ciations nual • B2B director Michigan business community. Every day, the chamber’s An an purchasi ng guid y Page 65 e Page 143 staff refers callers who are looking to connect with a business to the Detroit Regional Business Book. ge 31 hip Pa mbers 137 ber Me Page Cham Guide Your asing ol for Purch ce To B2B feren lete A Re Comp 7 Your s Page cision 57 ke De Page to Ma ials Need Offic You cted Data ur Ele siness ing Yo nal Bu Reach Regio ce for sour w Re A Ne Display your offi in ce Distribution & Demographics Distribution 25,000 Readership 125,000 Where will you find it? Multiple copies of the Detroit Regional Business Book are sent to offices throughout Southeast Michigan to help employees responsible for purchasing goods and services make decisions. How long is it used? The Detroit Regional Business Book is published at the beginning of the calendar year. Members use it as a resource for 12 months. In a recent survey 94% of respondants indicated they use Detroit Regional Business Book and that it is a valuable resource.
  2. 2. 2 010 D E T R O I T R E G I O N A L AND MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Resource Guides What’s Inside? About Our Region & Detroit Regional Business Climate Chamber Guide The chamber’s research department provides a one A complete guide to the Detroit Regional stop business resource for members by gathering the Chamber’s departments, programs and initiatives. most up-to-date and relevant data on: Members turn to this section to learn how to Population maximize their membership. Income Who Should Advertise? Higher education Companies looking to promote products and Health care services that new members would be looking for The 10-counties making up Southeast Michigan Members looking to show support for chamber Tax structure programs and initiatives Business rankings Utilities Finance Workforce Who Should Advertise? Banks Law firms Municipalities & government agencies Professional services Venture capitalists Health care providers Schools Human resources administrators Accountants Companies looking for brand exposure
  3. 3. 2 010 D E T R O I T R E G I O N A L AND MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Directory Listings What’s Inside? Key Government Contacts New Sections This section provides listings of congressional delegates and local government contact information. Members use this section for tips on contacting local Associations representatives. New last year, this section provides a comprehensive listing of associations in the Who Should Advertise? Detroit region. Lobbying firms Organizations advocating on behalf of Who Should Advertise? business and individual interest Associations and organizations looking Municipalities and local governments to grow their membership Any other business looking to get in front of proactive members Emerging Industries New last year, this section contains information about the region’s emerging Membership Roster industries – those that are poised to become An alphabetical list of the Detroit Regional the region’s economic drivers. Industries Chamber’s core membership. highlighted last year include advanced manufacturing, transportation and logistics, B2B Pages life sciences, alternative energy and venture This section is organized by industry and is the capital. number one resource for over 100,000 purchasing decision makers in the region. Each listing includes Who Should Advertise? company name, address and phone number. Companies looking to be recognized Who Should Advertise? as industry leaders in the new Any company interested in standing economy out immediately to new business Service providers who want to specify the services they deliver Any company looking to increase brand recognition
  4. 4. 2 010 D E T R O I T R E G I O N A L AND MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Dates To Remember: Reserve your space by: December 18th Submit ads via e-mail to: Your advertising Art due: December 23rd account executive Publish date: January 2010 File format: Adobe Acrobat PDF For more information, contact your advertising account executive. Resource Guide The ads below are available in the About Our Region, Business Climate, and Detroit Regional Chamber Guide Sections. Covers 1/2 Page Horizontal Trim: 8 3/8” x 10 7/8” 7 5/16” x 4 13/16” Live Area: 75/16” x 9 13/16” $1,960 Bleed: 8 5/8” x 11 1/8” Inside front cover $6,630 Inside back cover $5,050 Back cover $7,730 1/3 Page Square 4 13/16” x 4 13/16” Full Page $1,575 Trim: 8 3/8” x 10 7/8” Live Area: 7 5/16” x 9 13/16” Bleed: 8 5/8” x 11 1/8” $3,510 1/6 Page Horizontal 4 13/16” x 2 5/16” Vertical 2 5/16” x 4 13/16” 2/3 Page $955 4 13/16” x 9 13/16” $2,625
  5. 5. 2 010 D E T R O I T R E G I O N A L AND MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY Dates To Remember: Reserve your space by: December 18th Submit ads via e-mail to: Your advertising Art due: December 23rd account executive Publish date: January 2010 File format: Adobe Acrobat PDF For more information, contact your advertising account executive. Directory Listings The ads below are available in the Key Government Contacts, Associations, Emerging Industries and B2B Sections. Full Page Brand Recognition Box Trim: 8 3/8” x 10 7/8” Ink: Black Live area: 7 5/16” x 9 13/16” Live area: 2 5/16” x 2 1/4” Bleed: 8 5/8” x 11 1/8” Includes: Logo, contact $1,650 information, 20-word description & design $310 1/3 Page Square 4 13/16” x 4 13/16” Services Offered Box $883 Ink: Black Live area: 2 5/16” x 1 1/2” Includes: Contact information, 20-word description & design $210 1/6 Page Apartment Finding & Rental Service Horizontal 4 13/16” x 2 5/16” Your Company, Royal Oak.............248-368-0000 Additional Listing $99 Vertical 2 5/16” x 4 13/16 Apartment Management Your Company, Royal Oak.............248-368-0000 Add an industry or city to $590 enhance your exposure. Main Corporation, Shelby.................... 248-666-2000 Other Products, Walled Lake ................ 248-666-2000 Your Company, Detroit........................... 248-666-2000 Your Competition, Farmington ............ 248-666-2000 Upgraded Bold Listing $99 The exposure above is available only in the B2B Pages. Adds appear in a white box on yellow paper.

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