DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5qqqtd/the_marketing) has announced the addition of the "The Marketing Guidebook Advantage - The Comprehensive Source for Grocery, Drug and Mass Merchant Insights" subscription to their offering.
The Advantage version includes more than 8,000 personal e-Mail addresses.
Updated each year through direct company contact, the Marketing Guidebook also provides valuable yearlong tracking of industry sales trends and updates through the Internet, trade journals and other sources. The quality of data has made us the industry's "Blue Book" for more than 40 years, making us the most trusted source by industry professionals. Mergers and acquisitions, companies filing for chapter 11 and executive changes are everyday occurrences, which is why data within our Online System is now updated on a daily basis.
Login to the online portal and in seconds you'll have access to:
- More than 1,700 highly detailed profiles including supermarket chains, drug stores, dollar stores, supercenters, wholesale clubs, mass merchandisers, category killers and grocery wholesalers
- More than 500 profiles for specialty, non-food, candy, tobacco and media distributors
- More than 22,000 key buyers and executives
- Updated, annual sales figures including our exclusive estimates for private companies in the U.S. -- with three-year sales trends
- Inside company details including store counts, states of operation, in-store programs/services, buying data for expanded merchandise lines, county-level statistics and more
Companies qualifying for inclusion in the Marketing Guidebook are:
- All companies operating three or more stores within the U.S. and making $10 million or more
- All wholesaler buying offices supplying supermarket chains operating three or more stores making $10 million or more
- Non-food, candy, tobacco and media distributors
- Specialty wholesalers
- Leading supermarket, drug store chains, dollar store chains, supercenters, wholesale clubs, mass merchandisers and category killers
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5qqqtd/the_marketing