Nikki Wicks
Jan 6, 2015

Digital publication for billionaires launches print edition

SINGAPORE - Just over two years after Billionaire.com launched its online publication aimed at the mega rich, the brand has announced the launch of a monthly print magazine. We asked co-founder Christian Barker how the brand is tapping into the booming luxury market and why print still matters.

It’s no secret that print has struggled in recent years as digital products muscled in to steal chunks of consumer’s time and advertising dollars. But many magazine and newspaper publishers remained loyal to their print products, arguing that they still hold a vital role in the media landscape. Forecasters are also now predicting a return to revenue growth for print magazines after several years of decline. According to Price Waterhouse Coopers, in 2015 the magazine industry will record...

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