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Fourteen new companies welcomed to FIPP membership

Eight new media owners and six new service providers joined FIPP membership in the last quarter. 

Companies joining FIPP range from multi-platform media publishers, news platforms, digital solutions, newstand, photographic services and data solutions from seven different countries. 

FIPP's membership network includes more than 500 of the world's best-known media companies across more than 60 countries worldwide covering 30 national associations. Welcomed as new FIPP members this quarter are:


1. E Trends Magazine Italy, Italy

2. Emerging Market Media /em-views, USA

3. Euromoney, UK

4. Globe Business Media Group, UK

5. Litro, UK

6. Media Group Medweth, Germany

7. The Pool, UK

8. Scientific Publishing House IVG, Poland


1. BlueToad, UK

2. Exozet, Germany

3. Osborne Hollis, UK

4. Readly, Sweden

5. The Sterling Woods Group, USA

6. Syno International, Lithuania

More than 350 media owners plus their international subsidiaries are represented by FIPP as well as more than 80 service providers to the industry and associated organisations all of whom use FIPP to find new business partners and gather information on potential markets. FIPP represents more than 5,000 media brands, which include almost all of the world’s leading magazine media titles. 

Read more about these and other FIPP member media owners, service providers and national associations in the FIPP Members Directory. FIPP's company membership means all individuals at these companies are members, and they can log into their members-only site (My Account) to see full contact details for all. 

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Download the FIPP membership brochure, see how you can leverage various FIPP benefits or contact Helen Bland, FIPP membership services manager for more information. 

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