Boat International Media Limited is the world’s leading media group serving the superyacht industry. They publish the world’s best superyacht magazines and luxury books, organise high quality events, and provide digital media services and data to owners and professionals in the superyacht industry, Their products are targeted to deliver buyers, sellers and operators of superyachts to builders, brokers and service companies that operate within the global superyacht market across all media types. They provide tailored mixed media solutions to our customers that are innovative, high quality, high impact and that deliver effective results.
Currently publish two monthly magazines, The Word and Mixmag, and their accompanying websites. In April 2009 they acquired DontStayIn.com, the world’s biggest clubbing social network. They have provided consultancy for some of Britain’s biggest publishers such as Dennis, Future and IPC and were hired by Paul McCartney to produce the souvenir magazine for his 2002 World Tour.
Among the Development Hell team are some of the most experienced and respected operators in British magazines including The Word’s editor Mark Ellen, and former Editorial Director of Q and Smash Hits, David Hepworth.
Eye to Eye
Are a dynamic consumer publishing company headed up by media professionals Seamus Geoghegan, Adrienne Moyce, Owen Arnot and editorial consultant Jo Sandilands.
The Eye to Eye Media portfolio includes the renowned monthly food magazine delicious, which was launched in the UK in November 2003. One of the UK’s leading food titles, the magazine has a readership of over 200,000.
www.deliciousmagazine.co.uk was launched in 2008, attracts over 250,000 unique users and has one million page impressions each month. The fully searchable database of recipes are all fully tested and illustrated with gold-standard full-colour photographs.
Eye to Eye Media Ltd also owns Eye to Eye Puzzles with a porfolio of 21 magazines covering all styles of popular puzzles. It is Britain’s fastest-growing puzzle magazine portfolio and is currently number three in the market. Eye to Eye Puzzles also supplies tailored puzzles to third parties for use in their marketing, sales promotion, editorial and advertising activities.
FIPP – the worldwide magazine media association represents companies and individuals involved in the creation, publishing, or distribution of quality content, in whatever form, by whatever channel, and in the most appropriate frequency, to defined audiences of interest.
FIPP exists so that its members develop better strategies and build better media businesses by identifying and communicating emerging trends, sharing knowledge, and improving skills worldwide.
FIPP has more than 700 member companies, which include 56 national magazine associations, 502 publishing companies with international interests, and 146 suppliers to the industry and associated organisations, in 60 countries, all of whom use FIPP to find new business partners and gather information on potential markets. FIPP represents more than 6,000 member magazine titles, which include almost all of the world’s leading magazine brands.
Linkfern is joint venture between Boat International Media, based in London, and Luxmedia, based in Moscow. Linkfern is the publisher of Boat International Russia within the Russian Federation.
Established in 2001 as a spin-out of Euromoney with one website (privateequityinternational.com), today PEI is a leading financial information group dedicated to the alternative asset classes of private equity, real estate and infrastructure.
With excess of 90 staff based in offices in London, New York, Hong Kong and Singapore, the group provides essential market insight, data, intelligence and news via multiple channels including proprietary magazines and supplements, events, books, contract publishing, online and subscription.
Integral2 has been working closely with PEI for more than 9 years including a secondary MBO, the launch of multiple new platforms and the overseas expansion.
The Professional Publishers Association, the PPA, is the UK industry body for magazine publishers
They currently represent more than 200 companies, ranging from traditional women’s weekly consumer magazines to business-to-business data and information providers, and from large multi-territory conglomerates to smaller local creative teams. The PPA aims to promote the medium of magazines through its marketing initiatives, protect its members through its legal and public affairs activities, and advise the industry through its communications and training work.
Shortlist Media is the publisher of Shortlist and Stylist magazines which are distributed to and read by 1 million men and women every week. Shortlist Media also maintains associated website and a groundbreaking weekday email newsletter, Emerald Street.