MS-UK appoints Century One Publishing - Century One Publishing Ltd

MS-UK appoints Century One Publishing

Wednesday, December 10, 201448, by Century One

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We are pleased to announce a new business relationship with multiple sclerosis charity MS-UK. Century One Publishing is tasked with increasing advertising revenue and fulfilling the financial function for New Pathways magazine.

“We are delighted to be working with Century One Publishing. Not only have they been a pleasure to deal with, they offer a range of services which will help New Pathways continue to grow in the coming years. We’re very excited about our future alongside Century One”, said Kahn Johnson, magazine editor.

New Pathways is published on a bi-monthly basis and contains a huge range of articles from the latest on drug tests and medical research, information and advice on coping with multiple sclerosis symptoms. The magazine is distributed to 5,500 subscribers and reaches out to a much larger readership. We are excited to get talking to past, present and future advertisers on how we can help to plan their print campaigns throughout 2015 and beyond.

“New Pathways is a perfect fit within our current magazine portfolio. There will opportunities for some cross fertilisation on advertising sales from our existing advertiser base in a variety of sectors.”, said Sarah Simpson, Managing Director, Century One Publishing.

MS-UK is a national charity dedicated to providing information, advice and support to anyone affected by MS; that includes families, carers, health professionals, friends and colleagues.

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“Century One provide a ‘one-stop-shop’ package for magazine publishers encompassing design, advertising sales, production and distribution. This not only simplifies management and administration; it provides access to a design team that is not only resourceful, efficient and always on time, but full of creative enthusiasm and flair. Readers were not unhappy with the magazine before, but as one wrote recently: “What’s happened to Geoscientist? Suddenly it’s terrific!”Dr Ted Nield NUJ FGS, Editor, Geoscientist
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