The Maritime & International Trade Guide is a valuable resource and unique advertising opportunity. Printed annually, this one-of-a-kind publication takes a broad and deep look at Hampton Roads’ dynamic maritime and international trade community. It is the perfect vehicle for any organization that needs to reach companies and decision-makers engaged in these two vital sectors.
Hampton Roads-area subscribers to Virginia Business receive the guide automatically, free. In addition, the guide receives bonus distribution from the City of Norfolk, the Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance, the Virginia Maritime Association and the Virginia Port Authority. All four groups use the guide to promote the region. As a result, it goes to readers throughout the area, across the United States and around the world.
The Maritime & International Trade Guide has tremendous staying power. Because it’s an annual filled with valuable information, readers often retain it, refer to it frequently and use it throughout the year.
The Maritime & International Trade Guide contains vital information of interest to everyone doing business in these two important sectors. Content includes analysis pieces, articles on major trends, selected statistics and a directory of local and international firms involved in either maritime activities or international trade. The guide typically offers detailed material on topics such as port operations, trade laws, foreign trade zones, maritime law, immigration, airport/air cargo data, logistics, economic development initiatives and energy issues.
“I know you!” I hear that a lot, thanks to Virginia Business. We started advertising there more than 10 years ago. And our name recognition has soared. Corporate and government leaders often get an “aha” look on their faces when we first meet and say: “I know you! I saw your ad in Virginia Business.” That instant recognition is important to us at Dixon Hughes Goodman.
Gary Thomson, CPA, Regional Managing Partner, Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP