Worldata Gains BTB Files

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Worldata, Boca Raton, FL, said yesterday that it was awarded list management of four business-to-business lists that total more than 600,000 names.


The BCC Research Master File has 495,700 individuals and costs $160/M. The file reaches professionals at industrial, pharmaceutical, and high technology organizations that have accessed market research reports, newsletters and conferences.


Open Power Village e-Newsletter has 98,700 subscribers that are top-level executives, managers, professionals, decision makers and technology enthusiasts who work for businesses that produce supercomputers, network and communications equipment, consumer electronics, game consoles and other high-tech products. The base price is $250/M.


Asset Protection Executive magazine has 15,600 subscribers who are AP/loss prevention directors, operations directors, security directors and security managers. The base price is $175/M.


Contemporary Long Term Care magazine has 34,600 subscribers and costs $125/M. It covers the long-term healthcare industry, reaching the medical community at nursing facilities, assisted living centers and hospitals with long term care facilities.


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