Ten Alps Publishing’s business titles include SME, Mid-Market Insight and Global Trader.
SME is a peer-led title for small and medium-sized businesses, with SME contributors and case studies; Mid-Market Insight is written with mid-market level business leaders in mind, and offers a range of articles and advice on a variety of boardroom topics; and Global Trader offers practical advice for small and medium-sized businesses that have comfortably established themselves at home and are looking to expand overseas. Each online title has an accompanying print magazine, with features sampled on the site each week.
Content across The Maven is categorised to ensure that all readers can easily locate all the articles most relevant to them. The categories include: energy, innovation, ethics, finance, HR, insurance, legal, logistics, workforce, politics, regulations, regulatory affairs, sales and marketing, technology and utilities. Each section is kept updated with news, magazine features, blogs, case studies, and social media posts pulled Twitter and Facebook, with video content from YouTube and Vimeo.
The Maven cuts through the noise, allowing readers to keep their finger on the pulse of all the pivotal news and events from the business world by visiting the site or signing up to daily email alerts delivered every morning to their inbox, says Ten Alps. Readers can also engage with The Maven on Twitter (@TheBizMaven) and LinkedIn.
“I’m really excited for the launch of The Maven as it delivers something that no other business news site does,” says Letitia Booty, business reporter at Ten Alps Publishing. “We will be providing all the relevant news and then some – with in depth analytical pieces and blogs from business leaders and high levels of engagement with readers, it will be a community for like-minded professionals.”
“Not only will The Maven sweep the Internet to bring SME and mid-market leaders all the business news they crave, it will filter the best from social media updates to ensure The Maven readers are among the most informed business minds in Britain,” said Louise Naughton, managing editor at Ten Alps Publishing.