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2011 BizTimes Media Kit

  1. 1. 201 Media Kit 1ConneC ting gre ater Milwaukees business le aders In PrInt. OnlIne. In PersOn.
  2. 2. Table of ConTenTs 2-3 IntroductIon 4-7 In PrInt BIztImes mIlwaukee - demographics - editorial calendar - rates & sizes 8-10 OnlIne BIztImes e-newsletters - demographics - rates & sizes BIztImes.com - rates & sizes 11-12 In PersOn events calendar - Biztech conference & expo 13-14 custom servIces - custom Publishing - event management 15 ProductIon requIrements2
  3. 3. In prInt Our award winning bi-weekly (26 issues per year) magazine, BizTimes Milwaukee, is a “must read” for CEOs, CFOs, Dan Meyer presidents, owners and other top executives throughout southeastern Wisconsin. They rely upon BizTimes Milwaukee Publisher, Founder BizTimes Media, est. 1995 to provide exclusive news, analysis and strategic insights Milwaukee, WI to help them grow their companies. This high-end, glossy publication has no rival in the region. OnlineBizTimes Media provides exclusive news and operational insights for CEOs, CFOs, presidents, owners Our cutting-edge web site was honored by the Alliance ofand other top executives throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Our business-to-business approach Area Business Publications (AABP) as one of the best localconnects advertisers directly to the executives who make the purchasing decisions at their companies. business news web sites in the country in 2009. BizTimes.com has a wide array of tools and resources for greater Milwaukee’s business leaders, including the BizTimes Daily e-mail news bulletin and several industry-specific e-newsletters. Business leaders rely upon BizTimes.com to keep them informed of the 2010 Alliance of Area Business Publications (AABP) latest news throughout the day. Exclusive content such as editorial excellence awards custom directories provide business leads for companies of all sizes. AABP is an organization of over 70 business publications dedicated to delivering customized regional business news to over 1.2 million business professionals in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Australia. Faculty members of the University of Missouri School of Journalism judge the contest. Gold: Best Business newspaper among small tabloids – the highest honor presented to the overall best business publication in the country. In Person Gold: Most Improved Best of Show Our executive-focused live events provide first-hand access to key leaders, experts and national best-selling authors, in Bronze: Best Overall Design among Small Tabloids addition to honoring some of the most dynamic companies and executives in the region. 3
  4. 4. In prInt In each Issue deMograPhIcs cIrculatIon Each edition of BizTimes Milwaukee begins with the Leading KEy POSITIONS HELD • 12,514 Qualified Subscribers Edge, a collection of concise, timely news and information WITHIN COMPANIES • 32 Average minutes spent reading BizTimes Milwaukee including: • 4 Readers per copy • 70% CEO, CFO, COO, President, Partner, GM Now - analysis of an important trend or issue facing the region • Total readership of 52,000+ • 26% Senior or Executive VP, Manager, Director BizTimes Milwaukee is audited by Verified Coffee Break - Personalities, profiles, business strategies • 74% of the pass-along readers are Audit Circulation. and best practices of local executives mid-management and above On the Money - wealth management strategies reader survey conducted by Business development directives, INFLuENTIAL DECISION-MAKERS June 2009 BizTimes Online - exclusives from the web, including blogs WITH BuyING POWER For complete survey results, contact media sales 414-336-7112 and polls • 94% Have an influence in company Made in Milwaukee - Profile of a southeast wisconsin purchasing decisions manufacturer • 71% Have equity ownership Political Beat - exclusive political insight • 62% Take action after seeing an ad in BizTimes Milwaukee Nonprofit News - latest news, events and people in the nonprofit industry • 42% Serve on nonprofit boards of directors and more... COMPANy PROFILE • 86% Privately owned, closely held or family owned IncludIng exclusIve • 68% Over $1,000,000 in annual sales edItorIal features: • 62% Over 10 employees • 31% Over 50 employees Cover Story - timely in-depth news or analysis AFFLuENT PERSONAL PROFILE Biz News - regional business news, trends and profiles • $199,883 Average household income Innovations - Breakthroughs in business & technology • $1,733,361 Average household net worth Strategies - Best practices for leadership, sales, • 93% Home owner / 45% Millionaire performance, Hr and more • $480,583 Average value of home Dispatches from China - an exclusive look into the realities of • 75% College educated or better business in china • 76% Male, 24% Female The Last Word - reflections and insights from a leading local • 55 years average age executive4
  5. 5. 2011 edItorIal calendar January FeBruary marcH aPrIl 7 SPECIAL REPORT Workforce Development, Training & Education 4 SPECIAL REPORT Energy & The Environment 4 SPECIAL REPORT Workforce Development, Education & 1 SPECIAL REPORT Wealth Management & Financial Planning Training SPECIAL REPORT Construction & Design 18 SPECIAL REPORT DIRECTORY Corporate Event Planning DIRECTORY Construction & Design 21 SPECIAL REPORT Economic Trends 2011 - A Look at Banking, Finance & M&A Philanthropy 18 SPECIAL REPORT 15 SPECIAL REPORT SPECIAL REPORT Technology Manufacturing, Finance, Health Care, Real DIRECTORY Access to Capital Health Care & Employment Benefits Estate, Technology, Insurance, and more DIRECTORY Wellness Directory EVENT January21, 2011 EVENT April 15, 2011 Wellness Summit Economic Trends 29 SPECIAL REPORT SUPPLEMENT Banking, Finance & M&A BizTech Conference & Expo Show Program may June July august 13 SPECIAL REPORT Energy & The Environment 10 SPECIAL REPORT Wealth Management & Financial 8 SPECIAL REPORT Mid-Year Economic Forecast - A look at 5 SPECIAL REPORT SPECIAL REPORT Hospitality Fittest Execs Planning Insurance, Health Care, Manufacturing, Real SUPPLEMENT Estate, Technology, and More 19 SPECIAL REPORT Workforce Development, Applause - A Profile of the Bravo/IQ SPECIAL REPORT Winners Business In Waukesha County Training & Education 22 SPECIAL REPORT Banking, Finance & M&A SPECIAL REPORT Energy & The 27 SPECIAL REPORT Commercial Real Estate & Development 24 SPECIAL REPORT Workforce Development, Training & SPECIAL REPORT DIRECTORY Philanthropy Technology Environment DIRECTORY Green Education SUPPLEMENT EVENT May 11-12, 2011 EVENT August 18, 2011 Fittest Execs The Technology & Social Media Report BizTech Conference & Expo - Executive EVENT June 9, 2011 Strategies, Women in Business, Bravo/IQ Top 10 Awards - Waukesha County awards, Tech Summit, BizTech after hours Business Alliance EVENT May 26, 2011 M&A Forum sePtemBer octoBer novemBer decemBer 2 14 11 Energy & The 9 Banking, Finance & M&A SPECIAL REPORT SPECIAL REPORT SPECIAL REPORT SPECIAL REPORT Commercial Real Estate & Development Health Care, Staffing & Employee Benefits Environment SPECIAL REPORT Philanthropy DIRECTORY Get Smarter SUPPLEMENT 2012 Commercial Real ADVERTISING SECTION Holiday Gift Guide 16 SPECIAL REPORT Banking, Finance & M&A Estate & Development Book SPECIAL REPORT Future 50 28 SPECIAL REPORT Wealth Management & Financial Planning ADVERTISING SECTION Holiday Gift Guide 16 SPECIAL REPORT Best In Business ADVERTISING SECTION Holiday Gift Guide Money 25 Technology DIRECTORY 30 SPECIAL REPORT SPECIAL REPORT Wealth Management & Financial SUPPLEMENT Giving Guide - A Nonprofit ADVERTISING SECTION Holiday Gift Guide EVENT December 7, 2011 Planning and Philanthropy Spotlight Health Care Heroes EVENT November 10, 2011 EVENT September 15, 2011 EVENTOctober 6, 2011 Commercial Real Estate & Development Future 50 Awards MMAC/COSBE Manufacturing Summit Conference EVENT September 29, 2011 EVENT October 13, 2011 Wealth Management Summit Get Smarter: Executive Workforce & Development Conference 5 For information call Tom Gaertner at 414-336-7112 or email at tom.gaertner@biztimes.com
  6. 6. NON-Bleed Ads Bleed Ads lIve / SaFeTy TrIM BleeD wIdtH x HeIgHt wIdtH x HeIgHt wIdtH x HeIgHt wIdtH x HeIgHt 1/2 Page SPread FuLL SPREAD 19.75" x 11.125" 20" x 11.5" 20.5" x 12" 21" x 12.5" FuLL 9.5625" x 11.125" 9.75" x 11.5" 10.25" x 12" 10.75" x 12.5" 1/2 Page 3/8 Page 3/4 VERTICAL 7.125" x 11.125" 7" x 11.5" 7.5" x 12" 8" x 12.5" Horizontal Horizontal 1/2 HORIzONTAL SPREAD 19.75" x 5.5" 20" x 5.5" 20.5" x 6" 21" x 6.5" 1/2 VERTICAL 4.6875" x 11.125" 4.5625 x 11.5" 5.0625" x 12" 5.5625" x 12.5" 1/2 HORIzONTAL 9.5625" x 5.5" 9.75" x 5.5" 10.25" x 6" 10.75" x 6.5" 1/8V Full Page 1/2V 1/4V 3/8 VERTICAL 4.6875" x 8.3125" not available not available not available 3/8 HORIzONTAL 7.125" x 5.5" not available not available not available 1/4 SQuARE 4.6875" x 5.5" not available not available not available StriP ad 1/4 VERTICAL 2.25" x 11.125" not available not available not available 1/4 HORIzONTAL 9.5625" x 2.6875" 9.75" x 2.6875" 10.25" x 3.1875" 10.75" x 3.6875" 1/8 VERTICAL 2.25" x 5.5" not available not available not available Full Page SPread 1/8 HORIzONTAL 4.6875" x 2.6875" not available not available not available STRIP AD 9.5625" x 1.25" not available not available not availableBleed sPecIfIcatIons Pre-PrInted InsertsBleed ads must be requested prior to reservation dates. SIzES: maximum 9 3/4” x 11”, minimum 5” x 5”. 1/4S 3/8Vall live content intended to print must be kept at least 0.25" FuLL RuN: approximately 14,500. Partial runs are available. 3/4Vinside the trim area. all inserts will either be glued, or stitched into publication. If PPI 1/8H must be polybagged due to weight or size, extra cost will apply.FOR SPREAD ADS: all live content should be kept at 1/4" fromgutter on each side (1/2" total). 1/4H APPROVAL: Inserts must be submitted for approval 3 weeksMAGAzINE TRIM: 10.25" x 12" prior to publication date. For ProduCtion inForMationLINE SCREEN: 150 lpi POSTAL REGuLATIONS: Pieces bearing a bulk rate permit Call 414-336-7118BINDING: saddle-stitch or a u.s. Postal service indicia are prohibited. DELIVERy DATE: Friday before publication date.Please see page 15 for full production requirements. Please see page 15 for full specifications for pre-printed inserts. 7
  7. 7. enewsletters OnlIne deMograPhIcs ENGAGED READERSHIP COMPANy SNAPSHOT tOp LeadeRBOaRd • 89% Have been subscribing for 3 or more years • 70% Companies with over $1,000,000 in annual sales • 84% read 4 out of every 5 issues of biztimes daily • 70% Companies with over 10 employees • 64% Forward to co-workers E-NEWSLETTER READERSHIP Right KEy POSITIONS HELD SKyScRapeR WITHIN COMPANIES • Over 75% read 3 out of every 4 issues • 78% owner, Ceo, President, Partner, CFo, • 41% or more forward the weekly gM, senior VP, Manager e-newsletters to co-workers each week in-Line ad BOx • 83% Have an influence on company • 49% of biztimes Manufacturing weekly purchasing decisions subscribers are equity owners of their company • 40% serve on for-profit boards of directors • 47% of biztimes Money weekly subscribers are equity owners of AFFLuENT READERS their company • 69% Have an annual household income greater than • 35% of biztimes real estate weekly $100,000 text LinK subscribers own their company building, • 29% Millionaire multi-family property or other commercial property investment • 79% Homeowner • 63% of biztimes real estate weekly • 74% College graduate or better StOcK subscribers occupy over 3,500 sq ft • 86% donate to nonprofits of space • 66% are under 54 years old Reader survey conducted by BizTimes Media through • 66% Male, 34% Female Survey Monkey, September 2009 For complete survey results, contact media sales 414-336-7112.8
  8. 8. In persOn2011 sponsorship JanuaryopporTuniTies 21 Economic Trends aPrIlenhance yOur cOMPanyS BranDwITh Face-TO-Face MarkeTInG 15 Wellness Summiteach year over 8,000 professionals attend Biztimes events to maynetwork with southeastern wisconsin executives, gain valuableinsights from local and national experts and celebrate the regions 11-12 BizTech Conference & Expofastest growing companies and leaders. 26 M&A Forum JuneevenT sponsor benefiTs 9 Top 10 Awards - Waukesha County Business AllianceBROADENED COMPETITIVE EDGE• Position your companys expertise auguSt• Demonstrate leadership in the market 18 Fittest ExecsSTRENGTHENED COMPANy IMAGE SepteMBeR• Sponsors included on ALL event promotions and collateral 15 Future 50 Awards - MMAC/COSBE materials• Company podium recognition during the event 29 Wealth Management Summit Event OctOBeRENHANCED BuSINESS RELATIONSHIPS• Make one-to-one connections 6 Manufacturing Summit• Direct marketing to top industry leaders, panelists and 13 Get Smarter: Executive Workforce & Development Conference event attendees nOveMBeRFor more information on how to take your companys brand to 10 Commercial Real Estate & Development Conferencethe next level with experiential marketing, call media sales at414-336-7112. deceMBeR 7 Health Care Heroes Dates subject to change. 11
  9. 9. 7tH annual | May 11-12, 2011 the Biztech conference & expo is the largest business-to-business conference in wisconsin, where over 3,500 professionals come to learn, network and grow their business. 2 days 5 marquee events 29 strategy semInars 200 exHIBItors wednesday, may 11, 2011 ExECuTIVE STRATEGIES this kick-off breakfast will feature a nationally acclaimed attendee deMograPhIcs author who will share insights and strategy to help top executives of wisconsin grow their businesses. • 86% are decision makers for their company • 65% ceo, President, Partner, owner, senior WOMEN IN BuSINESS and middle management this second annual luncheon promises to once again deliver insightful ideas from a fresh perspective for women business • 56% come to enhance business relationships executives. a woman "executive of the year" will also be awarded. • 80% college degree or better BIzTECH AFTER HOuRS OPPORTuNITIES INCLuDE: this is the largest after hours networking event of the year. • Exhibit Booths attendees have the opportunity to connect with fellow business • Seminar Sponsorships executives in a lively environment with music, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. • Event Sponsorships • BizTech Show Guide Advertising tHursday, may 12tH, 2011 TECH SuMMIT Statistics gathered from a survey of 2010 attendees the first annual tech summit breakfast event will delve into the latest trends and strategies in social media, communication technologies, innovation and more. BRAVO! AND IQ AWARDS For more information call 414-336-7112 this prestigious awards event celebrates the region’s most or visit BizTimes.com/exPO. creative and innovative entrepreneurs as well as innovative products, services or processes developed by se wI companies.12
  10. 10. CustOm servICescustoM PuBlIshIngDraw on the expertise of BizTimes Media toboost your company to the next level!our custom Publishing services can handle the processof creating a custom magazine from inception throughdistribution. you direct the content; we facilitate the writing,formatting, design, layout, production and printing. we thendistribute it alongside Biztimes milwaukee magazine to theentire circulation. Best of all, we can help you coordinatewith your suppliers and partners to share in the exposure andoffset most of your investment.PERFECT FOR yOuR COMPANy’S• Anniversary• New Product Launch• Annual Report• New Building and more!Biztimes creative services is a full-service, in-house designteam that can create custom marketing materials to align withyour company’s initiatives:MARKETING COLLATERALAND ELECTRONIC SERVICES• Print and online ads• Brochures and logos• Direct mail pieces• Custom e-mails• Micro-site creation and management • Custom Videos…and more! 13
  11. 11. event ManageMent CO-PRESENTER An event designed for Southeastern Wisconsin’s small businesses, hosted by: Benefit from Biztimes’ experience in producing over 16 PARTNERSHIPS for SUSTAINABILITY Practical Steps for Small Business successful executive-focused events each year by partnering An innovation of WCEDC Waukesha County Economic Development Corporation with our event management team. The Sustainable Case for Business Learn how to get started and improve sustainable business practices through: • Free access to CORPORATE MENTORSHIP Increase awareness, interest and attendance to your next event • Free access to SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT • Free access to EDUCATIONAL TOOLKIT while alleviating the registration and management workload September 10, 2009 Milwaukee Pfister Hotel, Grand Ballroom from your company. $75 registration fee includes Healthy Breakfast Buffet Networking 7:30 – 8:00 a.m. Event 8:00 – 11:00 a.m. BIzTIMES EVENT MANAGEMENT Keynote Speaker Panel Moderator SERVICES Paul Linzmeyer Founder of ISO International LLC, a firm Daniel Sitarz Author of Greening Your Business, a hands-on • Multiple page registration website creation and teaching sustainable principles and innovative practices. www.iso2050.com guide to creating a successful and sustainable business. www.greeningyourbusiness.org management Online registration at www.partnershipsforsustainability.org. Questions? Call 262-695-7903 or Email lpatzer@wctc.edu • E-mail invitation campaign creation – sent to your full list of contacts plus the entire Biztimes database LEGACY SPONSOR PRESENTING SPONSOR • Advertising opportunities to drive traffic to your custom FOUNDATION SPONSORS SUSTAINABILITY SPONSORS event website through Biztimes milwaukee, Biztimes e-newsletters and Biztimes.com • BizTimes staff can also coordinate venue selection, SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION registration and other event services Small business owner shares savings achieved with sustainability tool SPRuCE uP yOuR COMPANy’S PRESENCE ONLINE M An event designed for Southeastern Wisconsin’s small businesses, hosted by: OST SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS view sustainable business practices as a nice-to-have operations tactic rather than a must- have business strategy. Just as many, wonder where to start. Jennifer Hansen, CEO of Anderson Sealfor found her sustainability starting PARTNERSHIPS SUSTAINABILITY regiSter today! BizTimes Media can work with you on your next website Inc., Practical Steps for Small Business point with the assessment tool designed by Partnerships for Sustainability (PFS) specifically to identify bottom line savings for small businesses. An innovation of WCEDC Waukesha County Economic Development Corporation “After a month of implementing your sustainability initiatives you will start to see cost development project: savings,” says Hansen, who owns a 50-employee distributorship in New Berlin. “Within three The Sustainable Case for Business weeks we identified and implemented 11 action strategies with the most immediate ROI for us out of the 180 items in the assessment tool.” With her two plant managers, Hansen broke up the strategies into manageable pieces Learn how to get started and improve sustainable businessshe views sustainability as involving energy efficiency and materials recycling. Hansen says practices through: • Micro-site creation & management • Free access to CORPORATE MENTORSHIP more than a passing fad. In fact, she says it’s a necessity for the foreseeable future. • Free access to SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT Quad/Graphics director of environmental policy agrees with her. “Government regulations are coming that will change how all businesses operate,” says • Free access to EDUCATIONAL TOOLKIT Quad/Graphics’ Joe Muehlbach, whose company is a founding member of the PFS advisory team. “Those businesses unprepared to respond by operating in a more efficient and envi- • Website design / re-design September 10, 2009 ronmentally sensitive manner will struggle Milwaukee Pfister Hotel, Grand Ballroom to exist going forward.” “When customers look at suppliers, they look at the whole package,” Hansen says. “If we $75 registration fee includes Healthy Breakfast Buffet are equal to another competitor, I believe our ability to showcase our sustainable business practices gives us a leg up. And it definitely helps in recruitment and retention of talent.” EVENT INFO: networking 7:30 – 8:00 a.m. event 8:00 – 11:00 a.m. • Website content “It’s hard to know where to start,” Hansen adds, “but the PFS sustainability assessment Online registration at visit www.partnershipsforsustainability.org to register tool gets you started and shows you the savings through various recommendations. Our www.partnershipsforsustainability.org energy audit, for example, produced two pages of actions and expected savings.” Focus on Energy, Wisconsin’s statewide energy efficiency initiative, views PFS as an innovative Questions? Call 262-695-7903 or way to help thousands of smaller businesses, like Anderson Seal, across southeast Wisconsin. Email lpatzer@wctc.edu “Our involvement in PFS provides Focus on Energy another conduit to smaller business Legacy SponSor that seek technical expertise, evaluation of energy use and financial support to offset costs of implementing energy-saving projects,” says Ken Williams, director of business programs. Lori Rolfson, We Energies’ area manager, sees value in PFS for small businesses that seek Foundation SponSorS a clear connection to resources and practical solutions to sustainable business operations. “Anderson Seal’s experience with the sustainability assessment tool illustrates perfectly how PFS helps small businesses cut through all the green information out there to find the appropriate resources and to navigate the process of achieving more efficient and sustain- able operations,” Rolfson says. “The core focus of PFS rests solely on the fact that businesses can only be sustainable, if profitable,” says Bill Mitchell, Waukesha County Economic Development Corporation executive director. “For leaders of small- to medium-sized businesses that want to move beyond the theory of sustainability,” Mitchell says, “PFS is focused solely on providing action- able, practical sustainability tools through business-to-business mentoring.” Small Business Owner Note: Jennifer Hansen will discuss more of her ex- periences with the sustainability assessment tool at “The Sustainable Case for Business,” September 10 at the Pfister Hotel. Visit partnershipsforsustain- www.partnershipsforsustainability.org ability.org to register.14
  12. 12. prODuCtIOn PRE-PRINTED INSERTS COMMISSIONS AND DISCOuNTS advertising must be inserted within one year of first insertion to earn frequencyProductIon requIrements Sizes: maximum 9 3/4” x 11”, minimum 5” x 5”. discounts. all invoices are payable upon receipt. a 15% commission will be allowed for recognized agencies on all charges for space, color, position premiums andBiztimes milwaukee prints in digital format, 150 line screen, in cmyk Thickness: one sheet - 70# text minimum paper weight, inserts. Payment must accompany order for first-time advertisers. any camera-readycolor; all ads must be cmyk or grayscale only – Pantone colors must be materials requiring modification are not subject to agency discount and may incur multiple-pages - 50# stock.converted to print in cmyk. all images must be 300 dpi or greater. Icc additional production charges. classified advertising rates are net.and oPI profiles should not be embedded for color matching. swoPcompliance is required. solid color density should not exceed 300% Full Run: approximately 14,500. Partial runs are available. Please contact your account executive. LIABILITy FOR PAyMENT the publisher reserves the right to hold the advertiser and/or its advertisingHigh resolution PdF/x-1a compliant files are required. Files will also be agency jointly and severally liable for such money as is due and payable toaccepted in adobe Indesign, adobe Illustrator and adobe Photoshop. Weight: If individual piece is over 1 oz., please contact your Biztimes, and the agency warrants by submitting the insertion order that it and(make sure all images and fonts are included with Indesign and Illustrator account executive. the advertiser have accepted this responsibility. the publisher will not be boundfiles) all documents must be built to ad dimensions specified by the by conditions, printed or otherwise, on contracts, when such conditions conflictpublisher for the ad space reserved. all non-bleed ads must adhere to the Tipping Side Restrictions: normally, the insert tips along it’s with its policies. all verbal orders are considered binding. ads cancelled after thenon-bleed ad specs. ad submissions must include the issue date and size closing date will be billed at 100%. long edge. In order to tip along the short edge, the insert must beof the ad and orientation (horizontal or vertical). do not include trim marks, at cover weight in thickness and the short side should be aboutbleed marks, register marks, color bars, slugs or other non-ad material. STANDARD POLICIES 80% the length of the long side. all inserts will either be glued, or all contracts, insertion orders, and copy are subject to approval by the publisher. stitched into publication. If PPI must be polybagged due to weightBleeds Frequency discounts are determined by the number of insertions within a or size, extra cost will apply. 12-month period. contracts cancelled before completion will be short-rated atBleed ads must be requested prior to reservation dates. Bleed ads the appropriate earned rate. the publisher will give advance notice of any rateshould adhere to the live/safety, trim and bleed specs required by the change. special-position advertisements may be overridden in favor of 26-time Approval: Inserts must be submitted for approval 3 weeks priorpublisher for the ad size reserved (see page 7). advertisers. to publication date.sendIng materIals PuBLISHER LIABILITy Postal Regulations: Pieces bearing a bulk rate permit or a u.s.artwork can be submitted on cd or e-mailed to ads@biztimes.com. you all advertising is subject to approval by the publisher. the agency and/or advertiser Postal service indicia are prohibited. will indemnify and hold the publisher harmless for any loss or expense resultingcan upload your artwork to our FtP server, the login information is: from claims or suits for defamation, libel, violation of right of privacy, plagiarism, Delivery Date: Friday before publication date. copyright infringement, unfair competition, unfair trade practice, and infringementHost: 69.129.22.94 of trademarks, trade names or patents. the liability of the publisher for any errorusername: sBtFtP or omission or delay for which it may be held legally responsible shall in no event Delivery Location: J.B. kenehan exceed the cost of the space paid and occupied by such individual advertisement.Password: sBtFtP attn: vicki Hollenberg the publisher is not liable for any failure to publish or circulate all or any part of any 555 Beichl avenue issue due to circumstances beyond its control.Please send an email to ads@biztimes.com informing us after your fileshave successfully uploaded to the FtP site. Beaver dam wI 53916 CANCELLATIONSBIztImes medIa ProductIon: (414) 336-7118 cancellations must be submitted in writing and received prior to the closing dateBIztImes medIa ad sales: (414) 336-7112 of the issue in which advertisement is scheduled to run. ads cancelled after reservation deadline will be billed at the full rate.If supplied digital ad material does not meet the criteria described inthese specifications or requires intervention or handwork to prepare thematerial press, the publisher will request new files. DEADLINES space reservations: thursday, 15 business days prior to publication date. camera ready art: wednesday, 9 business days prior to publication date. 15
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