We produce magazines, directories, inserts, newspaper lifestyle guides, special reports, one-off guides and bookazines, aimed at both B2B and B2C markets. Our award-winning in-house team oversees projects from conception through to final publication.
Business to Consumer
National Geographic Traveller (UK) is the country’s most subscribed-to travel magazine. The 10-issue-a-year title has received a number of accolades, including Best Consumer Holiday Magazine at the British Travel Awards 2014, 2015, 2017 and 2019.
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The quarterly National Geographic Traveller Food (UK) magazine has carved its niche as an award-winning food and travel magazine, focusing on how to travel the world via the most memorable food experiences.
The Collection is a series of coffee-table bookazines from National Geographic Traveller. With titles including Spa & Wellness, Luxury, Africa and Cities, it shines a spotlight on the top trends in travel.
The Collection also includes an A-Z travel directory, showcasing the best, most opulent places to stay.
In addition to the main magazine, we also create dedicated National Geographic Traveller guides. Previous issues have focused on specific market sectors, such as Adventure and Winter Sports, or on particular destinations, such as the Costa Rica and Sardinia guides.
Our newspaper division produces lifestyle and travel supplements for major newspapers, including The Guardian, Daily Mail, Evening Standard, The Telegraph and The Week.
Our team created a 56-page consumer magazine for South African Tourism, the country’s official tourist board, as part of a wider campaign presenting the destination to British travellers.
Business to Business
ASTA Worldwide Destination Guide is a country-by-country reference guide, packed full of useful member and travel industry information. Reaching 55,000 of the most influential members of the US travel industry, it acts as a useful source for the American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA), detailing the society’s code of ethics, history and member benefits and listing all international members.