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Unlimited magazine net paid sales grow 5.64%

18 August 2008

Unlimited magazine net paid sales grow 5.64%

Leading business publication makes it three in a row

For immediate release: Unlimited, New Zealand's leading business magazine, has reported a net paid sales increase of 5.64 percent for the latest six-month audit period, according to the just-released Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC) report.

This is the third audit period in a row that Unlimited has enjoyed strong growth in its net paid sales. The ABC reported that Unlimited's total circulation also increased, growing by 1.67 percent.

According to the ABC report, not only did Unlimited's average net paid sales increase 5.64 percent in the six-month audit period ending 30 June 2008, for the 12 months to June 2008 it enjoyed an overall 6.4 percent year-on-year increase.

Unlimited publisher Julie Gill says, "It's great news, especially in this challenging economic climate, that Unlimited has continued to enjoy such sustained growth. According to the ABC report, Unlimited is the only business publication to increase its overall circulation in the latest audit period."

"Unlimited will celebrate its tenth birthday in December this year, which is a great achievement given that publishing is a notoriously volatile industry. We believe our longevity and ongoing success is due to our unique mix of innovative cross-media delivery mechanisms coupled with the insightful editorial that is our trademark," says Gill.

The full ABC audit results can be seen at http://www.abc.org.nz/

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