Printweek India Magazine

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PrintWeek India Magazine Headquartered in Mumbai, PrintWeek India is a leading monthly magazine for the Indian printing industry, who seek information on key aspects of the print industry. PrintWeek India is committed to providing readers with solid editorial coverage that include news and features affecting their businesses. In addition, there is sector spotlight, market information, technology tools and upcoming events and seminars. The editorial team of full-time, independent journalists and technocrats is headed by Ramu Ramanathan and Noel D'cunha, who have 50 years of collective print experience. The print magazine and e-Bulletins and website cover national and global print business news, trends and analysis. PrintWeek India Website The website, www.printweek.in provides access to thousands of credible must-read news as it happens, as well as achieves of news, features, blogs, comments, big interviews, to registered subscribers who get access to the locked content, absolutely free. Averaging more than 80,000+ page views per month, the website is visited by more than 20,000 readers each month. The site offers a comprehensive range of free email bulletins, breaking stories and sector-specific information to your inbox. More than 5000 subscribers have registered to access the locked content behind our online subscription barrier. PrintWeek India’s website offers the best information, though mostly local, also provide international content sources from our parent publication as well as close global associates.

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Publisher Profile - Haymarket Sac Publishing (I)

Haymarket is one of India’s leading specialist media companies , the foundations of which were laid with the September 1999 launch of Autocar India under licence from Haymarket UK to Mumbai based Sorabjee Automotive Commucations. Issue one run the first road test of the Ford Ikon and the magazine has not stopped bringing readers the latest news and scoops ever since. With changes in local media ownership regulations in 2004 Haymarket and SAC sealed their relationship in a joint venture and launched a fortnightly trade magazine, Autocar India Professional which was closely followed by local editions of some of Haymarket’s most respected international consumer brands including WhatCar? and Stuff. In 2007 another change in media law saw Haymarket become one of the first international media companies to establish a wholly owned subsidiary in India to launch Campaign followed by PrintWeek.

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