Edith Roman Introduces VNU Database

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Edith Roman Associates Inc. introduced the new-to-market VNU Meeting Planners Database from VNU Business Media, the Pearl River, NY, company said yesterday.

The VNU Meeting Planners Database has more than 230,000 meeting planner who subscribe to VNU publications Successful Meetings and/or Meeting News as well as executives on other VNU subscriber lists that have indicated involvement with meeting planning.

The file is selectable by geography, industry, job function and telephone number and the base price is $140/M.

Edith Roman's ePostDirect division was also selected to manage the 107,700-name e-mail file. It costs $275/M.

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