Canadian Magazines Canadiens (CMC) has launched its debut issue with the mandate to provide publishing professionals with “innovative ideas, best practices and access to new technologies and investment capital” to 67 countries worldwide — forget starting small.
The bilingual magazine is proud to promote the success of Canada’s magazines across the world and is published biannually both in print and in digital editions. CMC’s press release lists industry professionals contributing to the magazine, including Kim Pittaway, former editor-in-chief of Chatelaine, Deborah Rosser, former publisher of Canadian Business, D.B. Scott, creator of canadianmags.blogspot.com and Madeleine LeBlanc, freelance writer and former associate editor at EnRoute.
CMC targets decision makers in all areas of the publishing field; 54 percent of circulation is dedicated to Canadian publishing professionals and 22 percent to international publishing professionals. The magazine’s readership includes publishers, CEOs and designers, to name a few.
The pages of CMC are clearly divided into English and French content, and it uses clean lines and a simple layout to help keep it coherent. To read CMC’s launch issue click here.
GO Canada GO!
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