October 17, 2014 5.35 pm This story is over 114 months old

New Lincolnshire Business magazine launched

Check it out! Stonebow Media, the publishers of The Lincolnite, have launched the first issue of the Lincolnshire Business magazine.

The Lincolnshire Business magazine is available to read instantly on tablets, desktop computers, laptops and smartphones at http://lincsbusiness.co.

Stonebow Media, the publishers of The Lincolnite, have launched the first issue of the Lincolnshire Business magazine on October 17.

The free digital magazine comes out weekly on Fridays, covering business developments across the Greater Lincolnshire area.

Lincolnshire Business covers feature successful and inspirational business people from the region, and the first issue cover is graced by developers Cameron and Dominik Jackson.

Besides news and interviews, the magazine also includes careers, events and the latest commercial property listings and luxury homes.

Lincolnshire Business Publisher Daniel Ionescu said: “Our new magazine is a totally different experience from traditional B2B magazines and websites, with sleek and functional design that adapts perfectly to whatever devices you choose to read on, whether it’s a tablet or your laptop.

“Greater Lincolnshire-wide coverage is also something new for Stonebow Media, and we are expanding our team to offer comprehensive coverage across the region,” he added.

Sixteen local organisations are sponsoring Lincolnshire Business as founding partners.

Dean Graham is the Associate Publisher of Lincolnshire Business magazine. He said: “We are hoping the ease of sharing and reading a purely digital magazine will mean that Lincolnshire businesses will be promoted across a far wider audience than has ever been possible before.

“The sheer range and quality of businesses within the county makes for an exciting local economy with constant development and growth, but up until now there’s been very little to showcase Lincolnshire companies on a business to business level or to feature Lincolnshire within the wider regional area.

“We’d also like to give our Founding Partners a special mention, businesses that believed in what we were trying to achieve and have been instrumental in helping to create the magazine.”