Northen Ireland’s biggest selling regional daily has launched a new monthly business magazine to report on issues affecting companies across the region.
The Belfast Telegraph will publish Business Month inside the paper on the first Monday of each month, which will also be available to buy separately in newsagents across Northern Ireland, priced at £2.50.
It aims to provide news, views and analysis on issues which impact on companies and the economy and the first issue has hit the streets this month.
The magazine is published by Belfast Telegraph owners Independent News and Media and will be edited by David Elliott.
He said: “In essence, Business Month will become a must-read for everyone in Northern Ireland business, the vast majority of whom will be part of our circulation.
“Our independent editorial content, provided by highly respected contributing journalists and supplemented by the wealth of experience available at parent company Independent News and Media, will stand out.
“As a monthly publication, we’ll have the luxury of getting behind the news.”
The magazine will include profiles of influential business people, views on how to get the Northern Ireland economy back on its feet and an ‘out-of-office’ section about people can spend their leisure time.