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Pacific Magazines partners with Magzter for digital expansion

Men's Health Australia ()

Australian publisher Pacific Magazines has added its titles to Magzter, including Men's Health, Women's Health, InStyle, Marie Claire and New Idea.

"Pacific Magazines is excited to partner with Magzter to expand online distribution for our portfolio of leading brands. We're confident that Magzter, with its 30 million subscribers, will extend our reach and introduce our brands to new audiences," said Jeremy Sutton, head of direct marketing, Pacific Magazines.

"We're quite thrilled to welcome Pacific Magazines to the Magzter family. With the arrival of the best-selling titles from Pacific Magazines, our Australian catalogue has further strengthened, and we're confident that these magazines will be lapped up by our readers, who enjoy reading quality content. Here's wishing Pacific Magazines to taste great digital success on Magzter," said Girish Ramdas, CEO, Magzter.

"Pacific Magazines brings some of the most renowned international magazine brands like Men's Health, Women's Health, InStyle, and Marie Claire to the Australian readers. We thank the team at Pacific Magazines for choosing Magzter to accelerate their digital growth, and we will do all that we can to increase their readership all over the world," added Vijay Radhakrishnan, president, Magzter.

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