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Tech City News starts print edition

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Tech City News starts print edition

"Our business target is to become a multi-platform publisher. Our print magazine is the next step for us. We believe there is an important market for print and there's a lack of good B2B content for technology entrepreneurs. We also strongly believe the print magazine should act as a separate editorial product to the website," says Wood.

The first print edition (print run: 10,000 copies) offers exclusive content on 72 pages including a global survey of tech clusters, searching out for the next Silicon Valley; Tech City Top 25, a profile of 25 interesting people of London’s tech scene; as well as key insights for 2014: “Our editorial team have spent the past quarter surveying, analysing and visualising the most important trends that you need to know about,” Wood says.

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Free copies of the magazine can be collected from a number of locations in London and other places across Britain. The publisher also offers free delivery within the country and for £10 to anywhere in the world. "The magazine is supported by traditional advertising, the majority of ad clients were already working with us on our website," Wood says.

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Charlotte Janischewski


2013-12-16 14:55

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