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Premier launches weekly

BUSINESS News went weekly in style with a glamorous cocktail function at the Holmes à Court Gallery last week.

Channel Nine presenter Dixie Marshall presided over the event which included speeches from Business News corporate consultant and WA Lotteries Commission chairman Lloyd Stewart and Business News managing editor Harry Kleyn. Mr Kleyn said, while mainstream publications were losing market share, Business News had captured the attention of an important demographic in WA.

“We are dedicated to serving WA’s business community and I feel we have a great role to play in giving the State a viable business voice,” Mr Kleyn said.

“A recent survey revealed our readership had grown to almost 100,000, with 89 per cent being decision-makers.”

Premier Richard Court’s keynote speech congratulated the publication for surviving – and thriving – as an independent newspaper in an environment where readership in newspapers in general was struggling.

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