Monday, May 2nd, 2011
In an effort to promote our carbon-14 dating services worldwide, we would like to invite organizers of archaeology, anthropology, and geoscience conferences to contact us about your event’s advertising opportunities. If your participants are archaeologists, anthropologists, cultural heritage managers, and geologists, we would like to be a part of your conference either as an exhibitor or advertiser.
As an exhibitor, Beta Analytic lab managers take charge of the company’s booth and welcome existing clients and those interested in radiocarbon dating in general. As an advertiser, we send flyers or supply lanyards to conferences free of charge. We also have ads in conference programs and journals to reach more researchers particularly in Europe, South America, and Asia.
“There are many researchers out there who need our lab’s fast, accurate, and reliable services but are unaware that they can get their results in a matter of days instead of months. Through advertising, we are able to inform them of our turn-around times and sample forwarding facilities around the world,” Beta Analytic Director Thierry Tamers says.
For those interested to receive our lanyards or want to send us advertising rates, please email Sonia Oberoi at email@example.com.
Beta Analytic has provided carbon-14 dating services since 1979. The company supports archaeologists and geologists by providing high-quality radiometric and AMS results that are routinely available in less than 4 weeks. The lab provides its clients with an online archive where they can access their results 24/7.
ISO/IEC 17025:2005-accredited Beta Analytic is based in Miami, Florida, and has sample forwarding facilities in London, UK; Sydney, Australia; Sao Paulo, Brazil; Beijing, China; New Delhi, India; and Nagoya, Japan.
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