Comms Business Magazine was launched in 1999 to provide a high quality business magazine for the Voice and Data Trade Channel and quickly became market leader in terms of both circulation quality and advertiser support.
In 2008 Miles Publishing Limited acquired the award winning Mobile Business Magazine significantly increasing our distribution in the Mobile Channel and creating a broader area of expertise. With convergence between the Voice, Data and Mobile sectors driving the market, Comms Business and sister title Mobile Business merged in January 2010 creating a unique publication .
Produced monthly (12 issues) to the highest publishing standards we offer our readers a glossy A4 size magazine that is easily read and stored for future reference. Our experienced editorial team generates more content than any of our rivals across all of our media platforms and quality is our watch word.
Due to our well established industry connections and our teams experience of working in the industry over many decades we ensure that our content is informative, topical and most of all entertaining.
Comms Business was the first and only title serving the Comms sector to conduct an independent circulation audit from its first issue. Each and every year The Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) conducts a detailed audit of our database to ensure that we are delivering to our advertisers exactly what we claim to. Whilst other titles are reducing their distribution our magazine is being read by more industry professionals than ever before!
Our printed magazine is supported by a digital interactive version of the title which includes 25% more exclusive content, this market leading website and a weekly e-newsletter sent to over 20,000 recipients.
For more information call a member of our Sales Team on 01892 538348 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Key Facts – ABC Audit Jan-Dec 2012
21,333 total net circulation of audit issue – an increase of 10% year on year
18,077 average per issue (total) – an increase of 16% year on year
15,250 average per issue (print) – an increase of 1% year on year
2,827 average per issue (digital) – an increase of 553% year on year