The Business Place has concluded a deal that will ensure current copies of the weekly business magazine Finweek will continue to be available to clients free of charge, across the country.
Launched in September 2005, Finweek was the result of a merger between Finance Week and Finansies & Tegniek, both established titles in their respective English and Afrikaans speaking markets. In the same month, the magazine merged with the financial website Finance24 to create Fin24.co.za. Finweek’s content focuses on business and investment issues with a leaning towards investigative stories and columns.
Available at TBP branches for some time now, this deal formalises the arrangement between the two organisations for another year and ensures that entrepreneurs will be able to access this valuable resource. TBP will assist Finweek with client surveys which will provide information about areas of interest and what articles are relevant for the SMME sector.
“Having Finweek available to our clients gives TBP credibility in partnering with such a reputable company. It offers our clients up-to-date insight into financial dealings and corporate activities, what’s new on the market and what is happening in the economy. It contributes dynamically to our clients’ overall understanding of the business industry. The clients are very appreciative to be afforded the opportunity to receive the free copies through TBP and we would like to thank Finweek for their generosity.”
Natalie Morton, The Business Place Joburg branch manager
The deal is worth over R365,000 per annum so this is a significant donation on the part of Finmedia 24.
Natalie Morton, TBP Branch manager and client Sibusiso Mlaba of Asande Consultants