Rather than individuals, these profiles are about the whole publication, including the team, approach to their respective industries and working with PRs and brands.
In reverse order:
10. Intern Magazine
A new publication funded by Kickstarter, the magazine hopes to provide a platform for creative interns to showcase their work. We spoke to founder Alec Dudson about the venture, the state of internships and socks.
SoGlos is an award-winning magazine that covers entertainment and the arts in Gloucestershire. We spoke to publisher James Fyrne about its internship programme, working online, being successful on social media and looking like Olly Murs.
8. Runwild Media
The Runwild Media Group specialises in luxury consumer title, contract publishing and events. We spoke to Eren Ellwood, Runwild’s managing director about running a free magazine, building up relationships and Runwild’s Ice Rink event.
7. Fashion London
Fashion London relaunched in September to coincide with the start of London Fashion Week; 100,000 copies were distributed across the capital during the biggest fashion event of the year. We spoke with editor Clare Farmer about the magazine’s content, its LFW after-party and working with PRs.
6. Just Opened London
Back in February, Just Opened London was a new website still in beta. The site covers restaurants, bars, hotels, exhibitions, fashion outlets, property and many other chic things that have ‘Just Opened’ in London. We spoke to editor Kirsty Hathaway about the site, PR relations and her favourite place in London.
5. Incisive Media
Incisive Media is a global b2b publisher that specialises in the financial, legal, technological and digital industries. We spoke to John Barnes, MD for digital and tech, about online events, digital innovations and wanting X-Ray vision.
In this two-part interview, founder and editor-in-chief Marcus Agerman Ross talks to us about the magazine’s distribution model, social media, and working with PRs and brands.
Escapism launched as a free travel title in 2013 from publishers Square Up Media. We spoke to CEO Tim Slee about the concept, working with brands and cycling India with his brother.
2. Hope Street
We spoke to Hope Street just after it was launched by founder and editor Sara Hill. She spoke to us about her biannual magazine’s Scandinavian vibe, writing for a global audience and her fashion icon Vivienne Westwood.
1. Liberty London Girl
Liberty London Girl is a digital lifestyle platform founded by Sasha Wilkins. We spoke to Sasha about working with brands, the value of blogs and racing cars.