USA: Engage Business Media Launches First-Ever Food and Hospitality Vertical for its B2B Online Advertising Network
Engage Business Media, a full service B2B online advertising network and division of Engage, Inc. (Nasdaq: ENGA - news), today announced the creation of the industry's first-ever Food and Hospitality vertical for its B2B advertising network. Engage Business Media now represents more than 165 sites in the top 12 vertical industries. Marketers now have an opportunity to target food industry professionals within a network of highly targeted b-to-b food sites. Offerings include banner ads, sponsorships, e-mail newsletter advertising and more. The Food and Hospitality vertical contains a variety of brand name sites including Foodbuy.com, Foodservice.com, BevNET and National Hotel Executive. In addition, Engage has formed an exclusive relationship with Thomas Food Industry Register (TFIR). For over 100 years, TFIR has been the leading Buying Guide in this industry, used by buyers and specifiers among food processors, wholesalers/distributors and hospitality and institutional foodservice operators worldwide. TFIR is published in print, CD-ROM and now on the Internet at
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