“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.
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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