NORTH ISLAND GRAPHICS MEDIA
Design Industry
List Rental Datacard
July, 2014

Instructions:
North Island Graphics Media maintains the largest database on the Canadian graphic design industry. The database is updated daily by our full-time database department, the only service of its kind in Canada.

You can rent names for either postal or e-mail promotions. Use the datacard submission form below to select those parts of the list you would like to rent. Your completed form will be sent to our database department, and a representative will follow up with a quote and further detailed information.

We also offer list rental services for reaching the Printing and Magazine Publishing industries in Canada. Please use the drop-down menu under “List Rentals” above to select the industry important to you.

All rates in Canadian dollars. For current exchange rates, click here.

I’m interested in:
  Postal Addresses
Please check interested in!
E-mail Addresses
Available addresses: 5,400 13,000
Rates: $350/m with a $500 min.
Selects subject to $50 fee
$450/m with a $500 min.
Selects subject to a $50 fee
Discounts: Current Advertisers: 5% per page on year contract
List Brokerage Firms: Contact Publisher
Repeat usage of lists: 10% for each instance
Current Advertisers: 5% per page on year contract
List Brokerage Firms: Contact Publisher
Repeat usage of lists: 10% for each instance

* Available Selects
Business Types
Graphic Design Firm/Studio
Freelance or Consulting Designer
Ad Agency
Publishing Firm
Corporate Design Department
Printing or Packaging
Art School
Supplier & Manufacturer
Other
All Business Types
Please select business type!
Shop Size
One Employee
2-5 Employees
6-10 Employees
11-25 Employees
26-49 Employees
50+ Employees
All Shop Sizes
Please select shop size!
Job Titles
Owner/Partner/Principal
Executive/Manager
Art Director or Creative Director
Graphic Designer
Production Manager/Buyer
Web Designer
Instructor
Other Titles
All Job Titles
Please select job title!
Region
Newfoundland
Prince Edward Island
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
British Columbia
All Regions
Please select region!
* Selects subject to a $50 fee

Company:
* Name:
Please input your Name here!
Address:
City:
Province/State:
Postal Code:
Country:
Phone:
* Email:
Please input your Email here!
Please input a valid Email!
Comment:
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Privacy Policy:
In accordance with the Personal Information Protection & Electronic Documents Act, North Island Publishing has instituted these policies regarding list rentals:

  • Only records where a company/business name has been provided will be rented to third parties
  • North Island Publishing respects the right of any individual who does not wish to have his/her name rented to third party merchants, and will remove his/her name upon request
  • North Island Publishing’s complete Privacy Policy is published here

Delivery:
Lists will be delivered to designated third-party mailing houses upon receipt of a signed contract. North Island Publishing will provide e-mail broadcasting services for e-mail lists. List rentals are on a one-time only basis unless agreed otherwise.

July, 2014. Lists are updated regularly and quantities may change;
please contact us for current numbers.
North Island Publishing,
8-1606 Sedlescomb Dr., Mississauga ON L4X 1M6.
Contact: Circulation Dept.
Tel: 905-625-7070, ext. 248 • circulation@northisland.ca • Fax: 905-625-4856

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—Dan Murray, Buskro Canada Ltd.
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—Mark Busse
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Industrial Brand Creative, Vancouver
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