Bookings are now being taken for the year’s first issue of Tees Business, with the printed version of the last issue complemented with 13,000 digital views.
The Spring 2021 issue will feature a special supplement on the Tees Businesswomen Awards with newly crowned Tees Businesswoman of the year Jane Armitage, managing partner of Jacksons Law Firm, the subject of the front cover feature.
It’s a chance for organisations to promote their business, products, services and successes to a business readership across Teesside and the Tees Valley.
Publishing in late March, this issue will as always feature a Who’s Who of local businesses including PD Ports, AV Dawson, Teesside University, Baines Jewitt, Active Chartered Financial Planners, Cleveland Cable Company, Middlesbrough College, the Education Training Collective, Punch Robson Solicitors, Cornerstone Business Solutions, Darlington Building Society and Middlesbrough Council.
Executive editor Dave Allan said: “With a roadmap out of lockdown now in place, many businesses are focusing on promoting their services and products as they look towards a successful 2021.
“Sales have already overtaken those from our winter issue and may well achieve our best ever, which is heartening news given the ongoing challenges for the business community.
“The special supplemented on the Businesswomen Awards will naturally be a big focus of this issue but there’s still plenty of room for much more. We’re excited to be working on what could be our biggest ever issue.
“And our digital transformation will continue with ever-growing numbers viewing our online version of Tees Business, though we remain committed to producing and circulating our much-loved printed version too.”
Space can be booked in Tees Business from as little as £295 + vat by contacting sales manager Chris Garbutt on 01642 450255 or email email@example.com. The booking deadline is next Friday, March 5.