Topic UK Launches in Leeds
Thu 13 Oct 2016
TopicUK the popular free business to business magazine is to launch its fifth edition in Leeds. After launching just three and a half years ago in Wakefield, quickly followed with editions in Kirklees & Calderdale, South Yorkshire and Soho, this popular bi-monthly magazine is unique in that it focusses on business within the community and all of the regular features and articles are submitted by businesses within the community, making content not only credible, but up-to-date and informative as it is written by specialists within their own field.
“We are delighted to be launching in Leeds,” said Group Editor Gill Laidler. Demand has been high and we are delighted to have secured six partners so far, Charlotte Sweeney Associates, Garbutt & Elliott, Leeds Community Foundation, Zinc Media, City Fibre and West Yorkshire Joint Services.
The launch and unveiling of the inaugural edition will take place at The Tetley, Hunslet Road, Leeds on Thursday 17th November from 6pm and anyone interested in joining us for this very special event should contact Gill on 07711 539047 or email firstname.lastname@example.org There will be live entertainment, canapes and a fantastic networking opportunities.
We are now looking for businesses in Leeds who are interested in contributing and writing a regular column, particularly in the following areas: information technology, health, the arts, legal matters, beauty and wellbeing, recruitment and music.
We are also looking for businesses who can display copies so we can refer people wanting to pick up a copy. This is great for businesses who want traffic driving to their premises.
Check out our digital versions online at www.topicuk.co.uk
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