BEST ASSOCIATION MAGAZINE (circulation over 32,000)

British Horse Society – British Horse

Founded in 1947, the British Horse Society is now the largest and most influential equestrian charity in the UK with over 100,000 members. We protect and promote the interests of all horses and those who care about them, including over 3 million people in the UK who ride, own, and love horses. The BHS want to help everyone get the most out of their relationship with horses. We offer world-class qualifications and an approvals system awarding quality instruction and care, a strong voice in access, safety and welfare issues, and support and guidance in all areas. We’re dedicated to improving the lives of horses across the UK.


Federation of Small Businesses – First Voice

For many years First Voice has been an invaluable part of membership and a crucial marketing and communication tool for the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB). First Voice is the highest circulating business magazine in the UK and continues to provide the most comprehensive and significant business news and advice; in accordance with the FSB’s strap-line, ‘Experts in Business’. The FSB is a trade body representing small and medium size businesses, and has an excess of 150,000 members. First Voice serves everyone under this umbrella.


Institute of Leadership & Management – EDGE

EDGE is the quarterly magazine of The Institute of Leadership & Management. The magazine is a prime channel to communicate our latest research and knowledge of leadership thinking and practice in an enjoyable and accessible format that adds proven value at all stages of a leadership journey. It is distributed to over 20,000 individual members and available to view digitally by an additional 11,500 individuals as part of our multi-channel engagement strategy. The magazine is exclusive to our membership offer, distributed directly to members’ doormats or desks. It features an eclectic range of the highest quality leadership-related content, developed by experts. The production quality is market-leading and the premium-feel design and finish ensures long shelf life and desirability. EDGE stands out from the crowd for all the right reasons.


Institution of Mechanical Engineers – Professional Engineering

By April 2018, Professional Engineering risked sliding into irrelevancy. Readers were frustrated by an increasing dependence on human-interest stories, while technical topics were light on detail. A relaunch by a passionate and knowledgeable team put Professional Engineering back on track, while exceeding client and reader expectations. The 55,000 or so readers of Professional Engineering work across the engineering spectrum. Step one was to keep this complex readership engaged by bringing together technical, challenging content (presented in a modern, accessible way) that satisfied their sector-specific needs, along with forward-thinking reporting that encouraged them to explore new themes. The relaunched Professional Engineering is also now focused on the future and tackles global stories. And its content is incorporated into a new structure, with sections that align with the IMechE’s objectives. The results? Editor Amit Katwala was named Editor of the Year 2019 by the Association of British Science Writers. The IMechE is thrilled. Reader engagement is rising. Members can once again be proud of their magazine, which leads the conversation in engineering.


National Landlords Association – UK Landlord

UK Landlord is a magazine for landlords, by landlords, with the best interests of our members at its core. Not only is the magazine of sleek design and high quality, and delivered in an environmentally conscious biodegradable protective sleeve, it is designed to provide the reader with timely, practical content, as well as thought provoking articles. When it comes to content, our strategy is simple: create and craft great content that is worth reading and it will be read. We ensure all our content is tailored to the needs of our members, and their needs will drive our engagement. The strength of our content derives from the variety and mix of ideals. Landlords are busy people, and the fact that 9 in 10 members regularly read UK landlord is testament that our content is worthy of their time.


Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors – Modus

Disruptive technology, climate change, tectonic geopolitical power shifts: that times are changing is beyond doubt. And if you’re a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) – working in the complex world of construction, land or property – the opportunities and threats brought about by these changes are particularly stark. How we respond will determine the sustainability of the built and natural environment both now and for generations to come. That is why we created Modus: a magazine aimed at inspiring both Chartered Surveyors, and those considering a career in this profession in future, to embrace revolutionary change, not business-as-usual. We ask the big questions, such as: how can we harness the power of data and technology to improve the lives of people? How can we move more quickly in addressing air pollution, one of the planet’s biggest killers? And how can the built environment help limit global warming to less than 2˚C? With printed copies sent to over 82,000 industry professionals worldwide, and online content available to all visitors to the RICS website, Modus hopes to inspire RICS professionals to think strategically, seek partnerships in different circles and engage open-mindedly to create better built environments.