C&IT magazine set for March redesign

Conference & Incentive Travel magazine – market leader and flagship meetings title at Haymarket Publishing – is redesigning this March as it looks to build on its position as the leading magazine in the MICE sector. “The redesign is the result of in-depth consultation with key agency and corporate buyers to ensure that C&IT accurately reflects the changing state of the industry,” said publishing director Paul Twite. “Our editor Yasmin Razak and her team have worked tirelessly to understand the needs of the readers and their information requirements.” C&IT has carried out qualitative research in the form of in-depth interviews and focus groups over the past six months as well as quantative data studies in print and online in preparation for the redesign. Razak added: “C&IT has constantly come out top in independent industry research including Business Development Research Consultants and International Confex statistics. Our latest ABC profile shows we have the highest quality fully-requested circulation of any magazine in the UK meetings market and we are determined to continue to improve the service we offer our readers.”

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