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VOLUME 12 • ISSUE 2 • NOVEMBER 2014 HRPA.CA
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VOLUME 12 • ISSUE 2 • NOVEMBER
2014 HRPA.CA
Two great HR magazines
have now become one!
The Ottawa Business Journal and The Human Resources Professionals
Association (HRPA) Ottawa Chapter are pleased to announce that they have
merged their respective publications. The OBJ and HRPA Ottawa partnership
will jointly produce a bi-annual online and print newsmagazine called HR Update.
Reach over 50,000 business owners, managers, executives and
HR professionals in each issue of HR Update.
Connecting you with owners,
HR professionals, managers &
executives through six unique channels:
HR Update in print
• Published June and November and distributed
inside the Ottawa Business Journal reaching
over 50,000 readers
• Distributed through Canada Post to
1200 Ottawa Chapter HRPA members.
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HR Update E-Zine Online
• e-magazine available online for one year as
virtual edition at obj.ca and hrpaottawa.ca
70,000 UV monthly.
Social Media
• Social reach through HRPA Ottawa Chapter
and Ottawa Business Journal social media
channels 15,000 plus followers.
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Reach and Frequency
• HR Update magazine and e-zine is promoted
to all HRPA Ottawa Chapter members and
OBJ readers through HRPA & OBJ newsletters,
in print and online.
HR
UPDATE
For more information call OBJ at: 613-238-1818
Rates & Specifications:
Your campaign includes:
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space in both June and November issues of HR Update Magazine
full city distribution through the Ottawa Business Journal to 50,000 managers, owners, professionals and
executives
distribution through Canada Post to 1,200 members of Human Professionals Association Ottawa Chapter
your ads also runs in HR update E-Zine posted at obj.ca for one year
your ad is clickable on the digital edition for one full year.
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Advertising rates
for two issues
All prices include full process colour.
Full page
3/4 page
1/2 page
1/4 page
Covers
HRPA Member Non-Member
$2,995 two issues $3,495 two issues
$2,795 two issues $3,195 two issues
$1,995 two issues
$2,295 two issues
$1,495 two issues
$1,795 two issues
$3,495 two issues $3,795 two issues
3/4 V
Covers
Full Page
(page 3)
9.833” x 12.5”
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Information Supplement Cost: $1895 per issue*
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professional writer will interview a designated spokesperson from your company
professional photographer will photograph designated spokesperson (head and shoulder shot only)
writer will include approximately 300 words from your spokesperson
information supplement can be reviewed by your company before publication
one-third page colour advertisement
*$1,695 per issue for HRPA members
Be an HR magazine Ask The Expert columnist: $895 per issue*
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300-word Ask The Expert question-and-answer format in vertical 1/4 page size
head-and-shoulders photograph (provided by client)
contact information, including name, company, telephone number and email address.
*$795 per issue for HRPA members
Published November 10, 2014 and June 22, 2015
Booking deadline for space and artwork is six weeks prior to publication date.
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TRANSFORM YOUR
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Why advertise in HR update?
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MEETING
Ottawa-Gatineau’s 2014 guide to event planning
roven and effective m
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arketing
Dedicated and loyal readers who are among the most influential and affluent
in the city
Associate your business with a trusted
media source
Build your brand and g
enerate sales leads
Bi-annual publishing schedule means messages can be well-timed and make
efficient use o
f marketing budgets
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Executives
34%
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28%
Managers
24%
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Control budgets from $10,000 to $99,000 57%
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Control budgets greater than $300,000
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Government (federal, provincial, municipal)
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OCTOBER 7, 2013
Getting your artwork to us:
Acceptable file formats
(MAC ONLY)
• PDF, high resolution, fonts
embedded (preferred)
• InDesign, up to version 5.5
• IllustratorCS (up to version
5.5) .eps or .ai with fonts
outlined
• Photoshop images at least
200 dpi at 100%
• All colour must be process
(no spot colour available)
• Please convert PMS to
process prior to submitting
How to submit
artwork
E-mail: Send to your
account executive
FTP: Email [email protected]
greatriver.ca for access info
Art department
contacts
Tanya Connolly-Holmes,
creative director
[email protected]
Sarah Ellis,
graphic designer
[email protected]
Regan Van Dusen,
graphic designer
[email protected]
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