Worldata/WebConnect Takes Over LRP, Dartnell Files

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Worldata/WebConnect has taken over management of the LRP Publications and Dartnell business-to-business list properties, which include more than 80 publications, Web-based products and conference attendees.


Previously, LRP and Dartnell managed the files inhouse.


The LRP Publications files target professionals in categories such as banking, education, hospitality, human resources and environmental testing.


"For over 25 years the Dartnell and LRP names have stood for a core group of professionals, newsletters and periodicals whose readers and subscribers, buyers and conference attendees all look to them as a career resource," said Jay Schwedelson, corporate vice president at Worldata/WebConnect, Boca Raton, FL.


The Dartnell files have product selects including sales, marketing, personnel management, office management and customer service.


Additional information about the LRP and Dartnell family of lists can be obtained through Worldata/WebConnect.


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