According to government guidelines it essential for all limited companies to publish their unaudited financial results (UFR) and annual financial reports (AFR) in daily newspapers following the quarterly meetings of the company’s board of directors and chairperson. These facts are not placed before a company’s general body meeting till the entire year’s data is available. The UFRs give creditors/investors an idea of the company’s performance while deciding about the company’s growth. These results are discussed at the board of directors meeting. After that the AFR projects complete picture for the whole year after auditing by statutory auditors and being passed at the annual general meeting.
For a majority of the newspapers, UFR/AFR advertisement ads are charged on a per square centimetre basis. Usually, the minimum size accepted is 4 cm x 5 cm – i.e. 20 sq cm – while the maximum is a full page of about 1700 sq cms. In between, the cost depends on the page and position on a page that the ad occupies – more if it is chosen by the advertiser.
From all over India, the speediest and smoothest way to place UFR/AFR ads in newspapers is through Adinnewspaper, the online facility of an INS-member advertising agency. It offers such free services as UFR/AFR ad rates, provides UFR/AFR ad samples, does UFR/AFR newspaper ad booking online and books UFR/AFR newspaper ads in newspapers.
1) Choose the newspaper and ad type (text or classified display or display) and location.
2) Choose the package, compose the advertisement and check the preview alongside.
3) Choose the publication date and make the payment online to complete the ad booking. The options for making payment include credit cards, debit cards, net banking. Online payments options at Adinnewspaper are secure because it is encrypted with SSL. Offline payments can be made through cash, cheque deposit or NEFT transfer.
A professional customer support team is available for you at Adinnewspaper to ensure you do not face any problems while booking your UFR AFR ad or tracking in the newspaper. You can call us, email us or contact us via Live Chat.