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Available quarterly online, our e-zine features in-depth coverage of the industry, issues, trends, geographies and vertical sectors and functions; thought leadership and case studies, probing Q&As, C-level interviews and profiles; as well as exclusive and insider coverage of IAOP events, programs, awards, research, training and certifications and surveys.
And because the pace of change is faster than any magazine can publish it, we bring you regular updates, breaking news and live coverage as it happens with our PULSE Blog from IAOP and guests – an online community where you can interact and engage with professionals like you on all sides of an outsourcing relationship.
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PULSE connects you and your company with more than 120,000 of the world’s leading professionals in outsourcing and other collaborative business relationships today around the globe – customers from Fortune 500 companies, the world’s best service providers from all industries and leading advisors. Advertisers will gain access to the influential membership of IAOP – including deal-makers on the client side who are, on average, responsible for $60 million per year of outsourcing spending with some overseeing outsourcing programs in the billions of dollars.
The PULSE is for dealmakers. More than half of IAOP’s members are C-level decision makers and more than a quarter are buyers. Providers represent more than 55 percent of our membership and advisors account for 16 percent of IAOP’s core base. Our readership and coverage is truly global and includes North America, Latin America, Europe, United Kingdom, Ireland, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, Africa, Middle East, India, China and the Pacific Rim.
For information on advertising, download the PULSE Media Kit or contact Scott Douglas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact PULSE Editor-in-Chief Sandy Frinton at email@example.com with editorial questions.
IAOP is seeking guest bloggers! If you have something to say, email your relevant, current, witty, insightful, edgy and maybe even controversial post to firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered.
For more information, contact Kate Tulloch-Hammond at kate.hammond@IAOP.org.