MELBOURNE, 22 July 2015 – Marketing Eye, Australia’s leading small to medium B2B marketing consultancy, has announced the launch of Marketing Eye magazine, a quarterly print and digital magazine for a new class of marketing executive who cares deeply about marketing and the stories behind it.
“Marketing Eye magazine fills a void in the marketplace with depth, humour, and an unwavering respect for marketing, lifestyle and entrepreneurship,” says company founder and publisher Mellissah Smith.
“Created for the modern, discerning executive, Marketing Eye magazine plays on every entrepreneur’s desire to examine and highlight the brands, products, marketing tools and trailblazers making an impact in the marketing world today.”
The magazine expands the focus of the Marketing Eye business and takes a journalistic look at what is happening in today’s cultural zeitgeist.
With 20 years experience in the marketing industry Smith is renowned for developing technology, media and marketing systems around optimization of marketing performance within organizations.
Smith says, “At Marketing Eye, we are continually pushing ourselves to deliver the best product and service to our clients, and Marketing Eye magazine is born from these efforts aimed at the rapidly evolving marketing industry.”
The sheer scope of the magazine provides readers with the ultimate marketing, business and lifestyle experiences, and demonstrates the technological innovation and evolution that is occurring throughout the marketing industry.
Marketing Eye magazine is set to reach hundreds of thousands of readers through digital and print formats across Australia and the United States.
The first issue of Marketing Eye magazine is out now at all leading newsagencies.
Contact: Jonathan Jacson
(03) 9692 7600
Contact: Mellissah Smith
(404) 626 8406
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