2019′ THEMES

Feb-March Innovations in Automotive


Apr-May: Electric Vehicles


June-July: Parts, Tools and Equipment


Aug-Sept: Technology and Training


Oct-Nov: Maintenance, Tire and Wheels


Dec-Jan: Environment

WHO ARE THE READERS?

  • Associations
  • Finance and Insurance industries
  • OEM’s
  • New and Used Car Dealers
  • Parts manufacturers 
  • Parts distributors and jobbers
  • Fleet industry and fleet managers 
  • Mechanical shop owners 
  • Tire manufacturers, distributors and tire shop owners 
  • Collision shop owners
  • Recyclers 
  • Towing industry 
  • Automotive technical school teachers and students
  • Automotive colleges

WHY INVEST IN THE AUTOMOTIVE INNOVATION MAGAZINE?

  • Our mission is to inform, familiarize and decipher the innovations associated with automotive industry for stakeholders
  • We are committed to be the privilege platform for the exchange of ideas and for the creation of business opportunities for stakeholders
  • We bring a brand new vision on the automotive industry
  • Our team has a long-standing commitment  in the automotive industry
  • Our expertise is widely recognized by industry stakeholders
  • Our collective reputation is second to none
  • Canada-wide  coverage in both languages
  • Publish hard copy as well as electronic ones
  • State of the art website and social media

CANADIAN  B-to-B INITIATIVE

In 2017, the International Energy Agency announced that the global electric vehicles stock surpassed 2 million units in 2016, up to 60%, from 2015, indicating a rapid market evolution. A day can’t go by without news about a new development in the Automated Vehicle industry. Despite these momentous devel­opments, there is simply no forum currently available in Canada for automotive inno­vations business-to-business information sharing, discussions and exchanges. We feel privileged to be able to be the first magazine to provide this forum.

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MAGAZINE CIRCULATION

  English French
New and Used Car Dealers 3,700 1,800
Fleet Industry 1,800 800
Mechanical Industry 4,400 2,600
Collision Industry 1,900 900
Tire Industry 1,200 700
Other Industries (Recyclers) 1,100 700
TOTAL 14,100 7,500

2019′ CALENDAR

Publication Reservation Material Distribution
Feb-March February 8, 2019 February 15, 2019 March 8, 2019
Apr-May April 10, 2019 April 17, 2019 May 7, 2019
June-July June 5, 2019 June 12, 2019 July 9, 2019
Aug-Sept August 8, 2019 August 15, 2019 September 6, 2019
Oct-Nov October 11, 2019 October 18, 2019 November 8, 2019
Dec-Jan December 7, 2019 December 14, 2019 January 4, 2020

AD SPECIFICATIONS

All advertising material MUST be submitted digitally by email or wetransfer.com (for larger file).

Accepted formats

High-resolution PDF (300 dpi, CMYK), saved in X1:A format. High-resolution (300dpi, CMYK) TIFF or EPS file

If your digital file is in a different format than above, please contact us to verify acceptability.

When creating your ad

Embed all fonts or outline them.

Make sure all RGB and spot colors are converted to CMYK.

Make sure all images within the ad are 300dpi and CMYK.

When creating a bleed advertisement, make sure all important material is
within the live space and that the bleed size extends on all sides of the ad.

WEB AD SIZES

websize

A – Leaderboard 728 x 90
B – Medium rectangle 300 x 250
C – Half page 300 x 600
D – Large mobile banner 320 x 100

1 month 6 months 12 months
A- Leaderboard $660 $560 $475
B- Medium Rectangle $560 $504 $403
C- Half Page $420 $336 $272
D- Large Mobile Banner $340 $272 $218

MAGAZINE AD SIZES

dp

Trim Size
16.25” x 10.875”

Bleed 0.125”

Safe Area
7.125” x 9.875” (both pages)

page

Trim Size
8.125” x 10.875”

Bleed 0.125”

Safe Area
7.125” x 9.875”

1-4v

1/2 page
Vertical

Size
3.575” x 10.125”

1-2h

1/2 page
Horizontal

Size
7.125” x 4.5”

1-4v

1/4 page
Vertical

Size
3.575” x 4.75”

1-4h

1/4 page
Horizontal

Size
7.125” x 2.5”

1-3h

1/3 page
Horizontal

Size
7.125” x 3.25”

NEWSLETTER AD SIZES

Banner 580 x 70

CONTRACT & COPY CONDITIONS

Advertisers and advertising agencies assume liability for all content (including text, representations and illustrations of advertisements printed, and also assume responsibility for any claims and costs arising from against the publisher.

Advertisers and advertising agencies agree that the publisher shall not be responsible for its failure to publish any advertisement.

Prices are subject to services tax where applicable.

Advertisers who file Canadian tax returns can claim the advertising costs of the publication as business expenses.

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