Dating back to 1999, Bar magazine offers inspiration, guidance and contacts for bar operators and managers to develop their business and fulfill a venue’s potential. As well as case studies on new and revamped venues, the magazine covers all aspects of creating and running a successful bar, from planning, design and installation through to training, law, finance, marketing and what to serve.
Launched in 2012, Bar’s website provides breaking news, venue profiles, drinks reports, expert advice and other content from the magazine. Options for advertising on the website include banners, skyscrapers and MPUs as well as listings in the Supplier Directory, sponsored videos and hosted landing pages. Our sales team can work with our web team to come up with creative ideas to suit your campaign. Our website is promoted through the magazine and via social media including Twitter and Facebook.
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Bar magazine is published by CIM Online Ltd, which is committed to taking the traditional print media platform and developing it into a totally unique multimedia information provider, putting the readers’ demands at the heart of everything it does.
CIM’s priority is to provide our readers with outstanding content, wherever and whenever they want it, regardless of medium. For many of our readers this means our printed magazines, for others it means our websites and our digital magazines. Our readers are the life blood of all our publications.
All our websites will have blogs and forums, and encourage readers to submit text, pictures and video content, providing a truly unique business to business community. We offer our advertisers the opportunity to reach our readers across multiple mediums. Whether it’s using our traditional niche business to business printed publication or rich media across our digital magazines and websites.
We are entering a truly exciting time for media, where readers come first and only the most innovative and technology-embracing publishing companies will survive. At CIM, we are taking business publishing on to a new level which can only benefit readers and advertisers alike.
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