Despite all the warning signs that print is dead, one young entrepreneur has recently launched a new magazine to rival established luxury publishers in the Aussie market.
The Freeman Journal, founded by its publisher and editor-in-chief, Jack Freeman, aims to target a high-net-worth audience of frequent travellers and luxury consumers through an exclusive quarterly issue in a book-like format (which is also available online).
“While many sceptics argue the days of print publishing are near end, we prove to challenge this concept, offering affluent communities a dedicated magazine with quality content geared towards a discerning and time-poor audience,” Freeman said.
“Many of our readers prove to live out fast-paced lifestyles and seek out to attain the finest luxuries and, most importantly, bespoke and exclusive products, representing their personality and style.
“Thus, we strive to scour the globe daily in search of the most rare and exotic destinations, high jewellery, prestige limited edition automobiles, private aircrafts and superyachts, exclusive real estate, high-fashion coveted events and high-profile interviews.”
Best of luck, Jack.
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