Published: Tuesday 11 June 2019Paul Geoghegan, publisher of Songlines magazine, scooped the Best Innovation award at this year’s The British Society of Magazine Editors Talent Awards.
Beating stiff competition from GQ, Easyjet Traveller, ELLE & Stylist, Geoghegan won the award for his David Attenborough campaign, releasing an album of field recordings made by Attenborough over 50 years which generated exclusive editorial content for Songlines as well as phenomenal press coverage. The awards were presented to a packed-out Omeara in London by Alice Levine and BSME Chair, Alex Mead.
Published: Thursday 09 May 2019Mark Allen Group (“MAG”), a specialist information provider and event organiser, today announces that it has entered into a conditional agreement to purchase Centaur Media Plc’s (“Centaur”) engineering portfolio, including The Engineer and Subcon.
This transaction follows MAG’s purchase of 12 publishing brands in the aviation, automotive and arena sectors from UKi Media & Events Limited on 1st May 2019.
The engineering portfolio includes the market’s leading website, magazine and events, and has deep industry relationships and a diversified client base. The Engineer is one of the UK’s longest-running business publications and is supplemented by Subcon, which is the must-attend event for subcontract manufacturing professionals.Continue reading
Published: Thursday 02 May 2019Announcement this morning from Mark Allen:
"I am delighted to say that we have finally completed our acquisition of 12 magazines owned by UKi Media & Events Ltd.
"These magazines are:Continue reading
Published: Monday 08 April 2019The Mark Allen Group is in the final stages of completing on a deal to acquire 12 magazines currently published by the Dorking-based company, UKi Media & Events.
These magazines fall into three B2B sectors: aviation, automotive and transport, and entertainment.
They are: Business Airport International, Business Jet International, Aircraft Interiors International, Aerospace Testing International, Air Traffic Technology, Traffic Technology International, Industrial Vehicle Technology International, Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology, Vehicle Dynamics International, Railway Interiors International, Stadia and Auditoria.
Nursery World named Best International Early Years Magazine by the Early Childhood Association India.
Published: Friday 08 March 2019Nursery World has been given an award for Best International Early Years Magazine by the Early Childhood Association India. The award was announced last month at the EarlyEd Asia 2019 conference in Jaipur.
The Early Childhood Association India represents the booming early years sector in the country. Many nurseries in India use the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum as the basis of their practice, and ECA believes Nursery World is invaluable for educating early years staff about the EYFS. ECA’s mission is to improve training, qualifications and regulations in India’s nurseries and pre-schools, and the award highlights the work of Nursery World in supporting this.Continue reading
Published: Friday 08 March 2019Mark Allen recently sat down for an in-depth interview with Charlotte Tobitt from the Press Gazette and revealed the secret behind the company's revenues increasing by a third in just two years.
In the interview Mark explains that he feels there are two key reasons behind the company's ability "to buck many of the trends going on in publishing".
Firstly, the group's increased diversification of revenue streams (now active in 10 different sectors) means that "if one sector is doing badly, chances are that there's another sector doing well."
Published: Wednesday 21 November 2018
For those of you who have been there: you know the feeling. You sit on a ledge of an open door in an airplane 10,000 feet up in the air. There is a moment of terror as you gaze into open space. And then you are hurled into a vortex, swirling in free fall at 120 mph before, 30 seconds later, you are jolted as the parachute opens. You can now start to take in the views and enjoy the experience.