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Entry to the Directory costs from £155/€175/$195 per year for a Basic Entry and is only available to companies supplying spectroscopy-related products and services to the European market.

Companies placing their entries in the calendar year of the Directory and before the print deadline will appear in all four versions. Companies can be part of the Directory after the print deadline, and will then only appear in the online version. In the next calendar year, they will, of course, have the option of renewing and appearing in all three editions at the rates prevailing that year.

Our flyer for the 2017 Directory gives information on all your options and how to update your entry or create a new one:

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