Effective Promotional Opportunities
To help increase your business’s exposure to the chemical manufacturing industry, please consider the following as part of your promotion plans.
- SOCMA’s Marketplace and Chemical Services Directory
The Directory has been a huge success, drawing nearly as much web traffic as SOCMA.com. We continually promote the tool via print and online ads, social media, press coverage and in-person demonstrations at events such as InformexUSA and SOCMA's Annual Dinner. Email Erica Green or call (202) 721-4144.
- ChemStewards® Member Case Studies
Showcase your environmental, health, safety and security strengths to current and prospective customers, your community and countless others. SOCMA will work with you to create a two-page, high-resolution document that will be publicized throughout SOCMA and available for your company's use. Email Jenny Gaines or call (202) 721-4123.
- SOCMA Products and Services Catalog
SOCMA prints and publishes a full-color catalog of the association’s offerings to members and non-members. Catalogs are mailed to 2000 member company employees and prospective members, posted online on www.socma.com and promoted throughout the year via email, e-newsletter and social media. All are welcome to sponsor the book or place ads within. Email Erica Green or call (202) 721-4144.
- Newsletters and Mass Emails
SOCMA’s e-Newsletter for members is sent twice per month to 1,500 SOCMA industry professionals. The Meetings and Events Bulletin is emailed to 4,000 members and non-members twice per month. Targeted mass emails are strategically sent to the right mix of SOCMA’s 2000+ contacts throughout the year. Email Erica Green or call (202) 721-4144.
Contact any of the designated persons above if you would like to learn more about these opportunities or others not mentioned here. We will be happy to discuss schedules and pricing.
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What Members Are Saying…
“Compared to many other associations, SOCMA is much more of a working organization. The staff is very proactive and on top of issues. But equally important is the level of participation from members. People come to SOCMA to really take part and to try to address the issues.”
Vice President, Marketing
Dixie Chemical Company