Break the rules – with an upscale print magazine

Rulebreaker is a new quaterly business magazine in German started by the Rulebreaker Society. It is published as a print-only publication priced at 19.90 euros per edition.

by WAN-IFRA Staff | April 3, 2014

The magazine’s target group is CEOs and strategic heads in big and medium-sized companies, founders, high-potentials and venture capitalists. According to the society, they are offering “exclusive information relevant to top decision makers in business life.” Rulebreaker intends to be “the only magazine to catch up with real rulebreakings. It’s about humans who change the world, companies which change the world and strategies that change the world.”

The first edition – initially planned for publication in mid-2013 – finally came out in February 2014. It can be ordered online (in German) but read only in print. The cover price is 19.90 euros for a single copy and 60 euros for a one-year subscription.

Rulebreaker aims to cover exciting topics about new innovative business ideas and to research trends. Sven Gábor Jánszky, president of the Rulebreaker Society, is publisher of the magazine and responsible for the content.

The Rulebreaker Society sees itself as a completely new generation of a private international business club where pioneers, entrepreneurs and instigators meet.

The magazine is a rulebreaker itself as it does not follow the mainstream of magazine publishing: It does not publish many editions per year, it does not offer its content online and does not sell it for a competitive price. It wants to be special – it’s worth to keep an eye on how this business model will develop over time.

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