Update your listing: The 2019 Spatial Source Directory

By on 31 October, 2018

The 2019 edition of the Spatial Source/Position annual business directory comes out in the December edition of Position magazine, meaning the deadline for businesses to update or create their listings is just around the corner on 18th November.

The Directory is the region’s most comprehensive resource for Australasia’s exciting and growing spatial and surveying industries to rely on for finding trusted suppliers. And this year, the Directory has gotten a fresh look online with a range of new features to help spatial and surveying businesses stand out from the crowd.

With more than 300 companies listed, suppliers can’t afford to go unlisted.

And as always, a free basic listing allows suppliers to post company details, a detailed description and to pick up to 10 categories so that buyers can find them.

Companies can get more exposure with a premium standout listing, that includes a logo in both the print edition and in the online edition, plus the ability to post marketing materials and video. Premium listings also appear first in searches, so you’ll be sure to stand out. You can see the full range of benefits here.

So, be sure to take a tour of the new directory – if you have not already logged in to the new directory, you will need to create a new password. Just follow the instructions at the “forgot password” link using the email address attached to the listing to gain access.

If you need help updating or creating a listing please contact Jon Tkach on (02) 8586 6128 or jon@intermedia.com.au.

But don’t delay, because to have your listing or updates included in the print edition you will need to take action before Sunday 18 November.

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