Big changes at Business News

09/04/2013 - 15:27

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Business News is unlocking its information warehouse with a new data-rich website to be launched tomorrow, along with a redesigned newspaper, revamped email alerts and a new brand and masthead.

Big changes at Business News
Business News managing editor Mark Pownall (L), chief executive Elton Swarts and operations manager Danielle Nordeck.

Tomorrow we’re throwing open the doors to our new digital home, free to all users for a limited time.

The changes we have made are part of our commitment to providing you with the insights, connections and opportunities of doing business in WA.

Our shortened name and corporate brand reflects the broad news and information service we provide across both our print and digital platforms.

You’ll notice a clean, modern look, but you’ll also see other changes, especially our new approach to bringing news and data together – Business News IQ.

Business News IQ provides up-to-date news and data on more than 3,200 companies and nearly 9,000 senior WA executives and business owners.

Also, from tomorrow you will receive our twice-daily business alert in a new-look format to continue to help you stay connected with the latest insights and opportunities of doing business in WA.

At 7am you’ll start the day with our Business Digest, which will provide a full summary of the main business headlines from around Australia, plus overnight market information.

Our 4pm Afternoon Wrap will deliver to your inbox the latest local, national and international stories shaping the day’s news, including our new video headlines and latest into WA-based companies, including updated changes to Directors Interests.

When you next click on a business alert article you may be prompted to confirm your email and industry details. Once you confirm your details, you will be free to continue to enjoy WA’s most insightful source of business news and information.

On 29 April 2013, our metered model will begin. Paid subscribers will continue to enjoy full access while non-paid subscriber will be able to access up to eight (8) free articles per month.

If you are yet to become a Business News subscriber, we are extending a special introductory offer of 13 months’ for the price of a 12-month subscription.

To take advantage of this offer follow the subscription link on the home page or contact one of our friendly account managers on (08) 9288 2100 before April 29.

Until then, we invite you to come and explore our new digital home and we welcome your feedback by following the link on our homepage.

We look forward to continuing to provide you with the best news and information for doing business in the nation’s leading economy.

Elton Swarts

Executive Chairman

Business News

 

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