In-Cumbria promises more ‘relevant content’ after relaunch
A regional business title promised more “relevant content” after being relaunched.
Newsquest has unveiled In-Cumbria’s redesign, which comes after “constructive feedback” from industry leaders and business owners.
The publisher indicates that it has also decided to improve the availability of the product by increasing the number of subscriptions by mail and collection points.
The new-look monthly magazine includes special reports, updates, analysis and commentary from Newsquest reporters and contributors.
Vanessa Sims, Newsquest Cumbria Regional Group Editor, said: “We’ve worked hard on the redesign and really listened to what industry leaders and business owners have told us they want. see in the magazine.
“Some wanted more analysis, others wanted stories revealing the personality behind the businessman.”
Lee Taylor-Craddock, Chief Commercial Officer of Newsquest Cumbria, added: “There are exciting times ahead for the in-Cumbria brand as a whole, I hope our readers appreciate the investments we have made.
“The team has worked hard to improve the design, introduce new relevant content and improve product availability with increased mail subscriptions and pick-up points, not to mention that you can now read the full magazine as a publishing on all devices, which continues to grow as a preferred format.
“These enhancements not only benefit our readers, they also create an enhanced platform for our current and future advertisers, providing an engaging and trusted environment in which they can market themselves and reach highly targeted, local B2B audiences. .
“I would like to thank our advertising and existing partners for their continued support and also welcome our new partners and advertisers, we look forward to working with all of you in the future.”