Magazine editor Andrew Geekie believes the website will provide readers with greater access to insight for their business. "The magazine is sent directly to CEOs, MDs and other executive board members of companies, so we want to give these people a choice in how they read our articles, whether its in print, or perhaps on the move on their mobile or tablet device," he commented. "Business Agenda online gives you all the articles from the magazine, and more, in an easy to navigate site, which also includes region-specific news, events and profiles."
Harriet Howarth from RBS CIB's marketing team added: "We are delighted with the launch of Business Agenda online - the website looks excellent, has all the great content readers would expect from Business Agenda and you can easily subscribe for regular updates, read past issues of the magazine and the RBS team can send links to specific articles to their customers.
"In addition, the website gives our regional customers much greater, nationwide coverage for their businesses," Howarth adds. "It will also allow customers to share links to the content with their colleagues and other business contacts."
To visit Business Agenda online, click here.