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American Business Press, Inc.

An organization for companies that specialize in business-to-business communication. Members include book publishers and software developers. It provides information on finance, government affairs, marketing, and other areas. It was established in 1907.
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The American Business Press has strongly advised businessmen that, with the growth of the marketing concept, advertising is no longer looked upon merely as an expense but as an integral part of companies' marketing mix.
In addition to receiving several American Business Press Neal Awards for individual articles or editorials, Ashburn received the eighth ABP Crain Award for a distinguished editorial career and the first McGraw-Hill Award for a distinguished editorial career.
Beyond the sheltered world of America's defense industrial complex, where fat Pentagon contracts helped create outstanding technological leadership in weapons and the Internet, there is scarcely a high-tech sector where US companies can claim systematic leadership over their European competitors--a truth you would scarcely know from a casual inspection of the American business press.
The American Business Press received more than 1,100 entries for this year's Neals.
The American Business Press (ABP) has just named him the winner of the 32nd Annual ABP Crain Award for Lifetime Achievement by an editor.
Pulp supplier Weyerhaeuser, Tacoma, WA, was recently selected by the American Business Press as the winner of the "1998 W.
Harding said the ads were presented before focus groups that included second-class mailers such as Time magazine, and also before key- associations such as NAA, NNA, the Magazine Publishers of America and American Business Press.
The American Business Press president is now fighting to protect associations, too.
A San Francisco-based designer and humanitarian, highlighted in a July 1990 issue of WOOD & WOOD PRODUCTS, was recently honored, along with the story's author, at the White House by President George Bush in the American Business Press Points of Light Award contest.
Phillips, along with the American Business Press (ABP) and a variety of organizations representing short-run books, had waged what many thought would be a losing battle to convince the PRC that zoned editorial rates would ring the death knell for short-run magazines.
In 2002, the American Business Press judged a series of columns Joe wrote for Hospitality Technology to be one of the three best regularly featured columns in the country.
Foundation, is conferred by the American Business Press to recognize outstanding career contributions to the editorial excellence of ABP member publications and those eligible for ABP membership.

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