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Oprema appoints new Senior Marketing Manager to drive brand forward

oprema Zoe Poulton

Multi-discipline distributor Oprema has appointed Zoe Poulton as Senior Marketing Manager. Poulton brings with her over 11 years of B2B marketing experience from multiple industries, with experience working for SMEs through to larger corporate enterprises. After graduating with BA Hons Marketing with Media and Design at Southampton, she began her career at international furniture design…

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3D Animation Service from Security Media Publishing and dcs Sonovision

3D Animation Service from Security Media Publishing and dcs Sonovision

dcs Sonovision and Security Media Publishing team up to bring 3D animation and visualisation to the global security market. The power of video has been known for some time and its use in marketing, product and company showcasing or for educational guides has been developing so you can do more and give users better and…

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Maximise your Intersec 2017 appearance with our Marketing Packages

intersec 2016

Security Media Publishing (SMP) has been appointed the only Official News Provider for Intersec, organised by Epoc Messe Frankfurt for 2017. In support of this, and building on the success of such services during the 2013, 2014 and 2015 event, SMP are offering a range of video and marketing services to Intersec exhibitors.

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Security Media Publishing Reveals Brand New Packages

Until now Security Media Publishing has offered Bronze, Silver and Gold marketing packages, offering access to different levels of marketing support. However, what these packages didn’t do is to clearly outline how they took your message to the security industry and the level of influence they would generate in the market. With the refresh of…

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Statistics – Useful guide or misleading lies?

If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my first year as Managing Director of Security Media Publishing, it’s that media organisations are renowned for inflating their readership and circulation figures to make them more appealing to potential advertisers. Now, in what you could call the Ice Bucket Challenge for the publishing industry, I’m challenging our fellow…

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