a2z, Inc. wins the Internet Advertising Competition Award for the Best Technology Online Newsletter Campaign
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 04/02/2013

a2z, Inc., the leading provider of powerful web-based applications for the trade show industry, has won the Best Technology Online Newsletter Campaign Award in the 2013 Internet Advertising Competition (IAC).

"We thank IAC for the recognition, and our marketing team members for producing a top-quality newsletter," said Rajiv Jain, CEO/founder of a2z, Inc. "It is tremendously inspiring to be appreciated by prominent creative professionals in the advertising industry."

Launched in November, 2011, a2z's monthly newsletter provides timely updates to the trade show and conference management teams on the latest news from a2z and the industry at large.

Internet Advertising Competition AwardThe Internet Advertising Competition honors excellence in online marketing. Entries were judged on seven criteria: creativity, innovation, impact, design, copywriting, use of the medium and memorability. A total of 96 industries and nine online formats, including online ad, video, mobile, newsletter, email and social media, were represented in the 2013 awards program. This year’s winners included Biggs|Gilmore, Cartoon Network and TVGla.

For more information on the IAC awards, visit www.iacaward.org.

About a2z, Inc. (www.a2zinc.net)

a2z, Inc. provides powerful web-based tools to help clients increase and accelerate booth sales. a2z clients realize improved productivity in back office processes; increased connectivity with their membership; seamless integration with AMS, CRM and financial databases; and an improved event website for attendees and exhibitors. 

Ranked annually among the fastest-growing private companies on the Inc.5000 list since 2007, the company has developed three platforms as one integrated solution to help event organizers save money, engage attendees and enhance exhibitor satisfaction: Exposition & Conference Management, Networking & Lead Management and Mobile & Social Media.