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Rodale launches Women's Health in Croatia and Malaysia

Rodale has announced two new international editions of Women’s Health in Croatia and Malaysia.

Women’s Health Croatia is published by S3 Mediji. “Women’s Health will be fresh and modern magazine for Croatian women and we see significant potential for its success,” said Toni Moškov, CEO of S3 Mediji. “We are convinced that this magazine is poised to thrive and make a real difference in the Croatian market.”

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Women’s Health Malaysia expands Rodale’s partnership with Mongoose Publishing, publisher of Men’s Health Malaysia since January 2014. “Women’s Health Malaysia is a quality lifestyle brand that will resonate with and inspire the modern Malaysian woman who likes to be stylish, healthy, and needs a smart place to turn for advice on living well,” said Graham Paling, group CEO, Mongoose Publishing. “We are putting together a dynamic magazine and digital platform that will lead the market and deliver high value to our partners and readers.”

“We are thrilled to be expanding the Women’s Health brand with our global partners in Croatia and Malaysia,” said Rob Novick, senior vice president, international, business development and partnerships. “Interest in health issues is continuing to explode around the world and we see significant potential for the Women’s Health brand by furthering our partnership with Mongoose Publishing and fostering a new relationship with S3 Mediji.”

Both new editions were available on newsstands mid-March (April editions). The Croatian and Malaysian editions bring the number of Women’s Health international editions to 28, across 54 countries. 

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