A free business magazine produced in east London has undergone a “dramatic” change into an internationally distributed paid-for glossy priced at £5, its owners have announced.
The bi-monthly Courier magazine, founded in 2012 and produced in Shoreditch, covers start-up and modern business culture. It claims to have a readership of 50,000 in London alone.
October’s issue marks the first in the new format, trebling previous editorial coverage. It is printed in the UK but available internationally in ten cities from Frankfurt to New York.