IMMN added to Boomer Authority Radio Network
The International Mature Marketing Network (IMMN) radio channel has been added to the Boomer Authority Radio Network (BARN) website. Boomer Authority has made IMMN their featured network.
The first two hosts to be placed under the IMMN channel are Brent Green host of Generation Reinvention and Sandra Levitin host of Kalon Women in Business Blog Talk Radio (both already syndicated by BARN).
IMMN: International Mature Marketing Network is a non-profit consortium of marketers, advertisers, agency executives, manufacturers, publicists, media, academics and researchers focused on the 40+ consumer, a market of growing size and influence around the world.
Boomer Authority™ Helping Baby Boomers with Timely Advice When They Need it Most: Launched in April 2009, Boomer Authority™ is the largest and only global association of its kind, bringing together men and women from 23 countries and from every professional discipline serving and fulfilling the needs of the 50+ Baby Boomer and Senior demographic with a wide array of products and services. It is a vibrant and compelling global ecosystem for business networking, the exchange of ideas and, most importantly, for the dissemination of valuable content about products and services for 50+ Baby Boomers and Seniors. Members comprise encore career experts, midlife transition coaches, eldercare experts, estate planning legal counselors, retirement/financial planners, gerontologists, educators, and literally dozens of other professions. Members operate some of the world’s most prominent boomer-targeted digital advertising agencies, PR firms, mature marketing organizations, and manage top national brands. Among the membership, are publishers of the most successful and most visited Boomer-centric websites, blogs and social networking communities ─ covering topics from menopause to Alzheimer’s to aging gracefully to living abroad to geriatric care to wealth preservation, to grandparenting to the entire spectrum of available technologies that address the issue of aging. The products marketed and sold by members include mobility and assistive technologies, medical devices, fitness equipment, brain fitness software, cognitive health products & services, digital health technologies, pharmaceuticals, and anti-aging remedies and many others.