emedia Develops Content Curation Site for Supply Chain Professionals

emedia is proud to announce the launch of a new website dedicated to providing supply chain professionals with the latest whitepapers, guides, and industry reports regarding their business needs.

Oak Brook, IL, August 19, 2011 --(PR.com)-- emedia, B2B lead generation firm and pioneer of the online Cost-per-Lead method, announces the launch of Supply Times, an online destination site for white papers and relevant editorial pieces.

The new site provides speedy posting of educational collateral addressing issues that supply chain & logistics professionals experience. The supply chain community can get newly-released white papers, guides, webinars-on-demand, ebooks, and other informational offers relevant to their professions.

Supply chain solutions vendors can supply their content to the supply chain/logistics community in an easy-to-use, favorable context. Companies will also increase their brand recognition on Supply Times.

Robert Drew, emedia’s Marketing Manager: “If a company can get select content in front of their target audiences, it goes a long way towards generating conversions. Supply Times fulfills this goal for logistics. Furthermore, our creative staff takes often-technical subject matter and makes it connect with real people.”

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About emedia
emedia has been specializing in online lead generation campaigns for the B2B sector for over 10 years. The company executes guaranteed CPL (cost-per-lead) and traffic generation campaigns for nearly 90 North American B2B audiences, engaging business professionals looking to learn more about clients’ solutions. emedia promotes marketers’ quality content, such as white papers, webinars, product trials, etc., and enjoys solid relationships with responsive audiences throughout IT, Finance, HR, Construction, Marketing Mgmt, Small Business, Healthcare Tech, Supply Chain, and a host of other markets. Geographic coverage encompasses Europe and Australia, as well as North America.

Thomas Dietrich