Medium Rare To Serve Up David Jones’ Seasonal Print Mag And App

Medium Rare To Serve Up David Jones’ Seasonal Print Mag And App
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Medium Rare Content Agency has pulled out the megaphone and announced that it has been appointed as the publisher of David Jones’ new customer magazine and app, due for launch in August 2016.

The seasonal print magazine will deliver inspirational, on-trend and newsstand quality content around fashion, beauty, home and food. It will be distributed quarterly in store and mailed to David Jones’ most loyal customers.

The accompanying app will be available on mobile and tablet, for IOS and Android devices, and will have a weekly publishing frequency.

“We are delighted to partner with Australia’s premium omni-channel retailer to create a high-quality publication that will reinforce David Jones’ position as the authority on fashion and style,” said Gerry Reynolds, managing director of Medium Rare.

“David Jones’ customers are high-income earners who can afford luxury, but still seek value. They favour both style and substance. And they love to shop. We are excited about creating a magazine that will not only inform and entertain, but that will also make an emotional connection with readers to create a sense of community.

“The magazine’s guaranteed circulation will make it an attractive proposition to advertisers wishing the engage with a sophisticated and high-spending readership.”

David Robinson, chief marketing officer at David Jones added, “Medium Rare has an enviable reputation in content strategy, creation and distribution. We are delighted to partner with them to create a compelling and contemporary consumer experience across our print, digital and social channels.

“Our new magazine and app will reward our customers, promote our leading international, local and private label brands and bring our brand values to life by being vibrant, clever, stylish and empowering.”

 

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