JAM: The Journal of Aboriginal Management

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTORS FOR THE 2019 SPRING EDITION

Get your message & brand in front of key Indigenous decision makers, community members and this country’s largest Association of Indigenous Professionals. We are now accepting advertisements for this issue.

In order to plan for our 24th, the space confirmation deadline is November 28 2018
The material deadline is December 14, 
2018.

AFOA Canada also invites article abstracts for contributions from professionals and educators who wish to write for the 24th edition of the Journal of Aboriginal Management (JAM). JAM will be published and distributed to our members and made available to all First Nation Communities. Articles must be translated into French as this Journal is published in both official languages. Should you require assistance for translating, our team can assist. Please be advised that an additional fee will apply depending on the length of the article.
 
View the advertising and writing guidelines

This edition of JAM will focus on the theme of
"Inclusive growth"

It provides;
  • information on professional trends and innovations in Indigenous finance, management and governance
  • interviews with leaders from across Canada
  • articles from national and regional experts on various business related topics
  • profiles of community based projects and initiatives
  • information on professional development resources and; 
  • solutions for the Indigenous Professionals and the communities they work with.
If you are interested in writing an article or advertising in JAM, please contact our team at pr@afoa.ca  or at 1-866-722-2362, ext. 103

ADVERTISING INFORMATION

AFOA Canada welcomes advertisers for JAM: The Journal of Aboriginal Management. Reserve your space today!

AFOA Canada is very pleased to introduce you to JAM: The Journal of Aboriginal Management - The only professional journal for Indigenous Professionals across Canada working in Indigenous finance, management and leadership. This semi-annual journal, the first of its kind, focuses or professional trends and innovations in Indigenous management. It includes interviews with leaders and articles from experts that profile community based initiatives and best practices.

Whether you work in your community administration, in program and service delivery, in a health or educational organization, in a development or capital corporation, in a national or provincial Indigenous organization, in social services or economic development, or in a privately owned business this Journal is intended to help you be on the leading-edge of key Indigenous finance, management and leadership issues that will impact your career. 

Please note that should you wish to place an advertisement into JAM, you are requested to submit it in both official languages.

RATES

 

Full Colour Corporate 
Members
Rate
Other
Full page, inside front or back cover

Accepted file formats: EPS, TIFF, Minimum compression JPEG
SIZE – BLEED ON ALL SIDES: 8.5"w X 11"h
SIZE – NO BLEED: 7.25”w X 9.5”h
$3,500 $4,500
Full page

Accepted file formats: EPS, TIFF, Minimum compression JPEG
SIZE – BLEED ON ALL SIDES: 8.5"w X 11"h
SIZE – NO BLEED: 7.25”w X 9.5”h
$2,500 $3,500
Half page

Accepted file formats: EPS, TIFF, Minimum compression JPEG
SIZE – BLEED ON ALL SIDES: 8.5"w X 5.375"h
SIZE – NO BLEED: 7.25”w X 4.625”h
$1,000 $1,500

SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION

AFOA Canada members receive a free subscription to JAM: The Journal of Aboriginal Management. The Journal will be published semi-annually – once in February and once in October. The Journal is automatically mailed to members.

Non-members can subscribe to JAM for $50.00 per year. To obtain a subscription, please call AFOA Canada toll free at 1-866-722-2362 or download the PDF Subscription Form

Forms can be submitted to pr@afoa.ca or by mailing to:

AFOA Canada
1066 Somerset Street West, Suite 301
Ottawa, ON K1Y 4T3

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Note: This is a preview of the latest JAM issue. For access to full content, please contact AFOA Canada to subscribe or become a member. AFOA Canada Members can view the full issue and all past issues in the Members Area by signing into the AFOA website.