What is an e-blast?

An e-blast is a direct marketing e-mail sent to the inboxes of decision making personnel in our databases, from us on behalf of you.

Our mailing list has been attained through our extensive work providing media for various markets and sectors and through our websites.

An e-blast can include various media, including links, photos, videos, written content and is designed around a specific product and/or service you are wishing to push into a specific market and/or sector.

We provide full production support and our production and editorial team will collaborate or, indeed create artwork with or for you respectively as part of the campaign.

All recipients are subscribers to our mailing lists and all recipients will be targeted in line with who you tell us you want to reach. There is no one size fits all, but there is a very wide range of sizes. All recipients are opt-in subscribers who have indicated they would like to be given more information about relevant companies to them. Our e-blasts comply with the CANSPAM Act 2003 and all recipients have the option to unsubscribe to e-mails from us.




What e-blasts can do for you…

Our e-blast service will put you directly in front of our database of key decision making personnel across manufacturing or specifically in your industry who are looking to buy your products and services every single day.

We offer a range of dedicated, tailored campaigns at competitive prices to a list of decision makers and senior specifiers within the industry that we’re sure cannot be beaten.

Whatever it is that you do specifically, if you provide some kind of service to your industry, we can get you in front of decision makers with buying power and sign-off.




Total Database

Over 100,000 opt-in subscribers globally across several industry sectors, including power, oil & gas, water, engineering, sugar, paper, coatings, renewables, engineering and Middle East manufacturing. Additional breakdowns (location and industry) available upon request.



Find Out More

Email the editor, Luke Cloherty, at [email protected] for more information.