The summer issue of Tees Business magazine will celebrate the end of lockdown, analyse the challenges that lie ahead and reflect on an unprecedented period of business change – and bookings are now being taken to ensure you’re part of this historic story.
Having celebrated its fifth anniversary issue just as the Tees region entered lockdown, Tees Business is back on July 10 to record the challenges and changes, upsides and downsides of a business period that’s given every business the ultimate test of their resources, creativity and resilience.
And co-editor Dave Allan, who runs Tees Business publishers Resolution alongside Martin Walker, says a publication that represents the voice of business in the Tees region will stand strong in support of its fellow firms across every sector.
“We know exactly how tough it’s been and will continue to be for the region’s businesses,” said Dave.
“There have been precious few winners among us – most of us have suffered a bloody nose and some have taken a real beating that we didn’t deserve.
“Despite some early forecasts, there’s no quick cure to put us all back on track. But now’s the time to remind everyone about what makes your business brilliant – and we aim to help our fellow businesses shout out a loud and confident roar of defiance within the pages of Tees Business.
“We aim to give a voice to our region’s businesses like never before.”
Pages of the summer issue of Tees Business – which will be published in print AND digitally – will tell the region’s Covid business story, while the front cover feature will focus on adopted Teessider, Dutchman Frans Calje, CEO of PD Ports.
“Tees Business is the perfect vehicle for any businesses right now,” added Dave.
“While we remain great believers in print, we’ve adapted and transformed during lockdown to become leaders in delivering business news, views and advice via digital means.
“The number of online views on our last issue of Tees Business more than trebled our previous record, we’ve increased our Facebook reach since post-lockdown by 500% and we’ve got a whole host of digital offerings that simply didn’t exist three months ago.”
Space in the summer issue of Tees Business starts at just £245. The deadline for bookings is Friday, June 19, with content needed by June 26.
Contact sales manager Chris Garbutt on 01642 450255 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more or book your space in what is certain to be a historic issue of the region’s business voice.