More womenswear brands choose to advertise in WWB than in any other UK trade publication. They know that advertising in WWB gets results, and if you choose to promote your brand through the magazine you’ll be in very good company.
WWB is published 11 times per year and has a guaranteed monthly circulation of 7,300 retailers and suppliers to the womenswear industry, with each issue reaching a readership of over 21,000. WWB-online is updated daily to provide WWB readers with up to the minute news and features at the click of a mouse, as well as exclusive content not found in the printed magazine. From department stores through to high street multiples and independents, WWB reaches the real decision makers in every area of womenswear retail.
Over 90% of readers say that WWB is a valuable source of market information they couldn’t find elsewhere.
Over 90% of readers say that WWB is the trade magazine that best serves the needs of their business.
Over 70% of readers say that they use WWB to source new brands.
Over 60% of WWB readers have viewed or bought a new brand as a result of having seen it in WWB.
WWB offers one of the most cost effective ways to reach your target audience both in print and online and a full range of advertising opportunities designed to get your brand in front of the buyers that matter.
To advertise, or for more information please contact Michele Ali on +44(0)1484 848337 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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