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Take part in the Distripress Circulation Monitor 2018 survey

The Distripress Circulation Monitor (DCM) is in its fifth year. The report is commissioned by Distripress, the international press distribution organisation, to provide companies involved in the cross-border sales of newspapers and magazines, with quality insight in to the performance of the global market for press distribution and the factors affecting trading. 

 

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The key findings of the 2018 DCM report will be presented at the Rome Distripress Congress Forum on Monday 1 October 2018 by Jim Bilton of Wessenden Marketing

The full report will be made available to companies who have participated in the survey. This is a terrific opportunity for internationally focused publishers to benefit from the sharing of global views on performance and trends. All responses will be treated in the strictest confidence with all feedback being collated to provide a total market perspective without any individuals or companies being identified.

 

Take a look at the 2017 executive summary   |    Click here to participate in this year's the survey

 

 

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