Zoom Info does let you send an email to a the person you searched for using
their online form, but they don't give you the email address directly. In
some cases, the email address of the person is on the web site you find their
name on (I know mine is).
Most board members of public companies don't want people to harvest their
email addresses and spam them so they may not make them available. Some of
these people might be in LinkedIn as well. I think the premium LinkedIn
membership now lets you contact people more directly as well.
You could also try a service called
Jigsaw. They let you
trade, buy and sell contact information. I haven't used them myself as I
don't want to give the contact info of my own list to them.
Remember that mass emailing to a list of people who have not subscribed to
your list is considered spam.
Garland Coulson, "The E-Business Tutor"
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