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Canadian Professionals at Work Email

Email Universe
1,645,293
$185/M

Email Price Includes HTML Setup, Transmission, Testing, & Reporting

Canadian Professionals at Work Email from AWI provides your clients with 100% permission-based email database from self-reported on-line surveys, transactional responses and web site co-registrations. Email price includes HTML setup, transmission, testing, and reporting. Counts updated monthly and published quarterly.

AWI brings you Canadian Professionals at Work Email to target a variety of business and medical professionals including doctors, nurses, accountants, engineers and attorneys all practicing in Canada.

Even in these challenging economic times, these executives find the time to respond to email offers. These professionals busy managing their businesses, they need vital services to keep their businesses up and running such as computers, office supplies, office décor, and much more!

AWI is your one-stop shop to be first in the Inbox with your offer! Just want you need, eh? AWI literally delivers your emails! AWI email services price includes HTML setup, transmission, testing, and reporting. Counts are updated monthly and published quarterly!

Last Updated

10/4/2018
Counts updated monthly, published quarterly.

Selects

Geo/Geographical
$5/M
Gender/Sex
$5/M
Professions
$5/M
A/B Split
$350/F
Opt-out Suppression
$350/F

Addressing

HTML Setup, Transmission, Testing, Reporting
N/C

Minimum Order Quantity

Email Universe
25,000

Additional Information

% Female
30%
% Male
65%
Average Income
$75000

Tracking Code ID

NextMark ID
315124
SRDS ID
938533-0

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