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Creative and Production Agency FMG join the APA

Creative and Production Agency FMG join the APA

The APA would like to welcome new affiliate member FMG.

FMG are a Creative and Production Agency, who create and produce across digital, print and video media. Formed by folding Colour Systems, BigKid, Size Creative and Fresh Vision together, this new agency already works with many of our APA members.

With their own people and studios, FMG provides publishers with services including prepress, photography, repro, motion graphics, video production, web design, interactive magazines, print design and production and a whole lot more.

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16thOct 2009

Think adds to industry-leading membership portfolio with latest win: Townswomenís Guild

Think Publishing

Think is thrilled to announce the latest addition to its portfolio: the Townswomen's Guild. Think will produce the quarterly membership title Townswoman for the Townswomen's Guild's 34,000 discerning members nationwide who are passionate about positive social change.

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16thOct 2009

APA reveals shortlist for International Customer Publishing Awards

APA reveals shortlist for International Customer Publishing Awards

Ikea, Barclays and Land Rover are among the brands which have been short listed for the International Customer Publishing Awards.

The APA has attracted a record number of entries this year following its decision to open the awards to non members and customer publishing agencies from across the globe

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14thOct 2009

Axon publishes The Leader

Axon publishes The Leader

Axon Publishing has won the contract to produce The Leader, the magazine of Sports Leaders UK, one of the UK's leading sports charities.

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14thOct 2009

Brands and agencies arenít reaching young people on the web effectively, according to research

Brands and agencies arenít reaching young people on the web effectively, according to research

Brands and agencies aren’t reaching young people on the web effectively, according to research by YouthNet.

The research revealed community is a key part of the web for 16-24-year-olds, 84% saying the internet brought likeminded people together. Some 76% said it ensured their friends were available whenever and wherever they were needed, and 38% said they had good friends online that they’d never met in real life.

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14thOct 2009

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