Emergency Management Magazine Business Mailing List
|45,184||Total Universe / Universe Rate||$180.00/M|
Published by e.Republic
The Emergency Management Magazine Business Mailing List reaches top-tier executives and professionals who play a key role in our nation’s protection, prevention, response and recovery processes. They are subscribers of Emergency Management magazine and are engaged in various branches of the city, state, county, municipal, federal government and civil defense segments.
Providing “Strategy and Leadership in Critical Times,” these professionals need insightful articles addressing, practices for strategies, tactics, technical solutions and policies that address their challenges and find solutions to make informed decisions in emergency response situations for natural and man-made disasters. These are first responders, public safety leaders, homeland security officials that have with the purchasing power to buy products ranging from safety gear to fleet vehicles.
This all-encompassing list enables marketers to deliver their product offerings to subscribers with titles such as CEO, CIO, corporate manager, elected official, police chief, fire chief, EMS director, and security officer. This audience depends on Emergency Management magazine to provide the latest industry happenings on best practices, HAZMAT preparedness, protecting the public, maintaining communication infrastructures, disaster preparedness, and public health and awareness along with information concerning grants, updated policies and ongoing training opportunities.
These emergency response professionals work in a variety of industries including law enforcement, government, administration, health services, justice, corrections, education, environment, emergency operations, information technology, and public works. Emergency Management publication brings together leaders who provide key operations in protecting people, property, and American way of life. They keep the streets safe from crime, stop wildland fires, keep school campuses safe, keep terrorism at bay, fight diseases like Ebola, and provide aid when natural disasters such as hurricanes or tornadoes strike communities.
Decision making professionals and executives in this market are in need of quality products for daily operational success, growth, and profitability. They purchase computers, software, emergency response vehicles, electronic components, uniforms, navigational systems, first aid supplies, weapons, protective gear, blankets, helmets, stretchers, disposable masks and gloves, handcuffs, ladders, fire hoses, office supplies, mobile devices, and business supplies.
Branch of Government / Business (20.00/M) Federal Government 2,090 State Government 3,830 County Government 8,538 Municipal Government 18,804 Special District, Public Utility 1,091 Education (Higher Education, K-12, State Boards, DOE) 1,174 Private Sector 3,738 Other Government Branches 2,368 Job Function (20.00/M) Elected Official 947 Information Technology 1,667 Operations / Administration 6,897 First Responder (Police/Fire Chiefs, EMS Management) 17,002 Emergency Management 8,436 Agency / Department Function (15.00/M) Administration / Operations / General Services / Purchasing 844 Health / Human Services 1,916 Law Enforcement 11,280 Courts / Corrections / Justice 279 Fire / EMS / Emergency Services 17,286 Education/Library Services 730 Elected Official / Legislative 476 Emergency Operations Center 4,184 Environment / Energy 359 Finance / Taxation / Budgeting 204 Homeland Security 1,586 Information Technology/Telecom 1,171 Public Works / Transportation / Infrastructure / Utility / Planning 945 Other Agency / Department Functions 3,883 Contact Type (20.00/M) Private Sector 6,086 Public Sector 37,047 Job Role (20.00/M) Executive/C-Level 12,768 Senior Management 8,793 Supervisor 8,847 Subject Matter Expert/Practitioner 10,226
|Branch of Government / Business||$20.00/M|
|Agency / Department Function||$15.00/M|