NORTH ISLAND GRAPHICS MEDIA
Our Audience

North Island represents an audience that purchases $85 billion a year in goods and services

Our readers and visitors are decision-makers at North America’s largest corporations, its most dynamic institutions, and its most entrepreneurial small and mid-size businesses in the printing, graphic design and magazine publishing industries.

Our audience is engaged and responds to our products, whether attendees at our trade shows, devoted users of our directories, readers of our magazines and newsletters, visitors to our web sites, or participants in our awards shows and special events.

We represent this audience, and we also build this audience. North Island is the only company among its competitors to operate its own full-time circulation and database research group. North Island maintains the industry’s only relational database of more than 85,000 records. We gather data at multiple touch-points—including direct mail, surveys, renewals, events, e-mail, and web sites—and update our records every single day.

For current trade show attendance, magazine circulations, web site and e-newsletter traffic statistics, and audience demographics, please contact our account representatives.

U.S. Printing Industry: Sandy Donald, 905-625-7070, ext. 230
Canadian Printing Industry: Valerie Hoiland, 905-625-7070, ext. 228
Publishing Industry: Sandy Donald, 905-625-7070, ext. 230

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Testimonials
“If I had to choose one magazine it would be the Graphic Monthly Canada.”
—Earle O’Born, CEO, The Printing House, Toronto
“We had a very good show and made a very significant sale at Print World.”
—Dan Murray, Buskro Canada Ltd.
“Design Edge has become a serious force to be reckoned with in Canada.”
—Mark Busse
Partner, Design Director
Industrial Brand Creative, Vancouver
President, Society of Graphic Designers of Canada, BC Chapter
“[Masthead is] the bible of the periodical industry.”
—The Globe and Mail