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IMAPS Media Kit
Print and Electronic Advertising Opportunities

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Print Advertising:
Advancing Microelectronics | Event Programs | Conferences/Workshops | Magazine Circulation | Subscribers | Rates

Electronic Advertising:
Website | Corporate Email Bulletin | Weekly Email Bulletin | Rates


THE VALUE OF ADVERTISING WITH IMAPS:

  • Reach decision-makers throughout the entire
    microelectronics supply chain
  • Find qualified customers and suppliers around the globe
  • Earn recognition as an international industry leader
  • Reach potential customers in both print and on the Internet
  • Impact a pre-qualified, targeted customer base

BROADEN YOUR REACH THROUGH:

  • Advancing Microelectronics
  • International Symposium on Microelectronics Programs
  • 25,000 “Advance Programs” Mailed; 3,000 “Final Programs” at Event Site
  • International Conference and Workshop Programs
  • WWW.IMAPS.ORG
  • Corporate Bulletin and Weekly Bulletin
  • Distribution to 23,000 qualified emails

IMAPS Print Advertising Opportunities

IMAPS believes that communications among all 4 tiers of the microelectronics and packaging supply chain are critical to the success of innovation and new product developments. Advancing Microelectronics, the IMAPS International Symposium, as well as the many workshops and topical conferences held throughout the year, are being structured to include presentations in all four of these categories. The IMAPS PYRAMID depicts these 4 tiers with examples of each tier for the automotive and military electronics industries.

Having begun in 1967 as a membership newsletter, Advancing Microelectronics has grown in scope to become the premiere publication of the international microelectronics and electronic packaging industry. Published bi-monthly, the magazine delivers state-of-the-art technical articles and news of the IMAPS world.

Why you should advertise in Advancing Microelectronics?

• Reach your target potential customers.
• Magazine directed to a niche readership of microelectronics and electronic packaging professionals.
• Get your products and services before the decision-makers in your industry.
• Ad costs are the lowest in the industry.
• Get the ROI you are looking for.
• Your ad is immediately seen online at www.imaps.org.Therefore you receive web advertising at no additional cost.
• Support the Society that supports you.


Advancing Microelectronics provides the type of technical information that relates directly to our target audience of engineers. Last year’s advertising campaign has proven a positive return on our investment.

Brian Bukovitz, Sales Manager
AdTech Ceramics

Advertising in Advancing Microelectronics is a continuous priority for my effective marketing program. It is a direct link to Mini-Systems’ continued success!

Darryl G. Moody, Outside Sales/Marketing Manager
Mini-Systems



IMAPS Symposium Advance and Final Programs

Gives advertisers the best of all possible advertising worlds. The Advance Program is mailed in the Spring to 25,000-30,000 addresses and is the first public relations piece for the Symposium. It includes the program, sponsors, events and features coming to the host city. The Final Program is given to every Symposium attendee and includes the program, the exhibitors, products and services, sponsors, keynote speakers, etc. We are offering a 20% discount to companies that advertise in both publications.

IMAPS Conferences and Workshops
IMAPS is offering a package for those who are interested in advertising at one of our Conferences or Workshops. For $1,000 you can have a 1/4 page ad in both the events’ Advance and Final Programs, a web ad on every page of the event’s home page and any and all promotional pieces that are sent.

Advancing Microelectronics Circulation:


Advancing Microelectronics
Online averages 15,000 page views monthly.


Sample Subscribers - Corporations:

AdTech Ceramics
Agilent Technologies
Alcatel Vacuum Systems
AMKOR Technology
Analog Devices
Anaren Microelectronics
Asymtek
BAE Systems
Bell Labs/Lucent Technologies
Boeing Company
BP America
Bourns
Celestica
CeramTec
CISCO Systems
Cookson Electronics
Data Development Corp.
DEK Packaging Materials Ltd.
Dell Computer
Delphi Electronics
DOW Corning
DuPont
Emerson & Cuming
Endicott Interconnect Tech. Ericsson AB
Fairchild Semiconductor
Ferro Corp.
Fraunhofer Institute
Freescale Semiconductor
Fujitsu Ltd.
GE Advanced Materials
General Dynamics
Goodrich Eng. Control Systems
Halliburton
Heraeus
Hesse & Knipps
Hewlett-Packard
Hitachi Corp.
Honeywell
IBM
Indium Corp. of America
Intel
ITT
Kester
KLA/Tencor Corp.
Kulicke & Soffa Industries
Kyocera
L-3 Communications
Laser Processing Tech.
Lockheed Martin
Medtronic
Mentor Graphics
Metalor SA
Micropac Industries
Mini-Systems
Mitsubishi Materials
Mitsui Chemicals
Motorola
NanoDynamics
NATEL
National Semiconductor
NCR Corp.
NEC
Nokia Corp.
Northrop Grumman
Orthodyne Electronics
Pac Tech
Panasonic
Philips
QUALCOMM
Raytheon
Robert Bosch Corp.
Rockwell Collins
Rogers Corp.
Rohm & Haas
SAAB Avitronics
SAIC
Samsung
Sarnoff Corp.
Schlumberger
SEFAR
Semiconductor Packaging Materials
Sheldahl
Shellcase
Sikama International
Shinko
Shoei Electronic Materials
Siemens AG
Sony Corp.
Speedline Technology
Sumimota Electronics
Sun Microsystems
SUSS MicroTec
TDK Corp.
Teledyne Microelectronics
Tessera
Texas Instruments
Torrey Hills Tech.
Toshiba Corp.
Toyota
Tyco Electronics
Vectron International
Vishay Semiconductor
Visteon Corp.
W. L. Gore

Sample Subscribers - Government Agencies, National Laboratories and Major Research Centers:

Draper Laboratory
Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd.
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
KAIST / Center for Electronic Packaging Materials
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Medtronic Microelectronics Center
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Motorola Labs
NASA Glenn Research Center
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
National Institute of Standards and Technologies
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
National Training Center for Microelectronics
Naval Surface Warfare Center
Naval Undersea Warfare Center
Nokia Research Center
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Sandia National Laboratories
U.S. Army Research Laboratory

Print Advertising Rates - Advancing Microelectronics:

Advancing Microelectronics is published 6 times annually and is edited for the scientific and engineering professional active in the selection of materials, equipment and design, fabrication, and processing techniques used in the application of microelectronic technologies to the consumer electronics, automotive, medical, military, computer, and telecommunications industries. Set 3 columns per page, saddle stitched.

Covers include 3- or 4- color and bleed.

 
Member Rate
Non-Member Rate
Size
1x
3x
6x
1x
3x
6x
Cover 4
$3,834
$3,564
$3,240
$4,620
$4,320
$3,960
Cover 2
$3,456
$3,186
$2,808
$4,200
$3,900
$3,480
Cover 3
$3,456
$3,186
$2,808
$4,200
$3,900
$3,480
2-Page
$3,321
$2,970
$2,684
$4,050
$3,660
$3,342
Full Page
$1,663
$1,468
$1,339
$2,208
$1,992
$1,848
2/3 Page
$1,231
$1,134
$1,038
$1,728
$1,620
$1,512
1/2 Page
$1,110
$984
$888
$1,590
$1,452
$1,344
1/3 Page
$744
$688
$612
$1,182
$1,110
$1,038
1/4 Page
$588
$492
$462
$978
$906
$870
Business Card
$385
$325
$275
$500
$450
$400

Print Advertising Rates - IMAPS Symposium Advance & Final Programs:
(now in full color)

The IMAPS Symposium Advance Program features complete information on every event, sponsor, exhibitor and feature of IMAPS Symposium and is mailed to 25,000-30,000 addresses worldwide. The Final Program includes program schedules and a listing of exhibitors. These publications isfull color, 3 columns per page, saddle stitched. No advertising is permitted within the Technical Program Schedule.
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Companies that advertise in both publications will receive a 20% discount off their total expenditures

Covers include 3- or 4- color and bleed.

Size
Member Rate
Nonmember Rate
Dimensions(do not incl. bleed)
Cover 2
$2,268
$2,880
7-1/2" x 10-1/4"
Cover 3
$2,268
$2,880
7-1/2" x 10-1/4"
Cover 4
$2,592
$3,240
7-1/2" x 10-1/4"
Full Page
$1,674
$2,220
7-1/2" x 10-1/4"
2/3 Page Vertical
$1,296
$1,800
5" x 10-1/4"
2/3 Page Horizontal
$1,296
$1,800
7-1/2" x 6-1/2"
1/2 Page Horizontal
$1,188
$1,680
7-1/2" x 5"
1/2 Page Island
$1,188
$1,680
5" x 7-1/2"
1/3 Page Vertical
$864
$1,320
2-1/2" x 10-1/4"
1/3 Page Horizontal
$864
$1,320
7-1/2" x 3-1/4"
1/3 Page Square
$864
$1,320
5" x 5"
1/4 Page Horizontal
$660
$1,140
5" x 2-5/8"
1/4 Page Vertical
$660
$1,140
2-1/2" x 5"
Business Card
$486
$900
3-1/2" x 2"

Color/Position Charges for IMAPS Print Publications:

Standard color/per color
$375
Matched second color, per color (please specify PMS#s)
$750
Metallic sheen ink
$925
4-Color Process
$975
Bleeds (except covers)
10% (of space charge) additional
Position (except covers)
15% (of space charge) additional

 

IMAPS Electronic Advertising Opportunities

WWW.IMAPS.ORG
is the premier portal for Internet users researching electronic product design, manufacturing news, products and leading edge technical information about the microelectronics and electronic packaging supply chains.
Average Monthly Traffic

Visits

57,991

Page Views

215,704

Hits

951,355

Average Page Views Per Visit

3.76

Average Minutes of Visit

6.17

CORPORATE BULLETIN
The IMAPS Corporate Bulletin is sent twice monthly, around the 1st and 15th, to our list of more than 23,000 e-mail subscribers. It contains up-to-the-minute news from companies in the microelectronics and electronic packaging industries. There is a lot of competition for space in this widely circulated and read publication.
WEEKLY BULLETIN
Since its inception, the Weekly Bulletin has been popular not only with IMAPS Members but with the more than 23,000 who receive it in their inboxes each week. It contains news of IMAPS, our chapters and our events.

Electronic Advertising Rates - Website:

IMAPS Homepage - WWW.IMAPS.ORG - Annual Package Includes:

1 Standard Ad
1 Industry Guide Banner Ad
1 month Bulletin Ad

IMAPS Member Price: $695 Per Year
Nonmember Price: $1,395 Per Year

Electronic Advertising Rates - Corporate & Weekly Bulletin Rates:
(prices are per Bulletin, per month)

Corporate Member Rate
Non-Member Rate
Term
Monthly Rate
Total Cost
Term
Monthly Rate
Total Cost
1 Month
$400
$400
1 Month
$500
$500
3 Months
$380
$1,140
3 Months
$480
$1,440
6 Months
$350
$2,100
6 Months
$450
$2,700
12 Months
$300
$3,600
12 Months
$400
$4,800


Contact Ann Bell, Manager, Marketing and Communications
at 703-860-5770 or email at abell@imaps.org

CORPORATE PREMIER MEMBERS
  • Amkor
  • ASE
  • Canon
  • EMD Performance Materials
  • Honeywell
  • Indium
  • Kester
  • Kyocera America
  • Master Bond
  • Micro Systems Technologies
  • MRSI
  • NGK NTK
  • Palomar
  • Plexus
  • Promex
  • Qualcomm
  • Quik-Pak
  • Raytheon
  • Specialty Coating Systems