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Exchange - changes are coming to Exchange Magazine

Business Owners/Managers, Communication Specialist and Readers

As of September 1, 2018 Exchange Magazine will publish four issues per year.
With the same passion for business and economic development, Exchange will continue to serve Waterloo Region. With meaningful partners, Exchange Magazine will engage readers four times a year, with the same familiar print format. In addition, Exchange will be expanding our digital products, to grow our readership in Waterloo Region and abroad, to share our diverse local context with the those interested in our context, whereever they may be.

Very Important:

There will be no change to the content; it will still be business-owner, decision-maker and inspirational-leader focused.

There will be no change to distribution area; it will still be distributed to every business in Waterloo Region and surrounding area including Guelph.

There will be more articles per issue; and we're expanding our contributor base.

There will be a heightened local context. We're open for collaboration, consultants and professionals, business groups and local service groups with a building, service and growth mind-set.

Paid subscribers will be credited with remaining issues to their current subscription, or if they chose, a refund for the remaining amount on their subscription.
For additional subscription and circulation information select here.

Notable and Newsworthy:
Exchange Quarterly will be available online at (that's right .exchange replaces .com - very cool) making the widely distributed print version available to everyone, digitally. We'll be using our new and popular fractal publishing platform to engage readers at their desktop and on their mobile devices. A no-charge subscription will be required to receive this publication directly to your inbox.


Thanks in advance for your continued business and ongoing readership,

Jon Rohr Publisher
Paul Knowles Editor

Next Issue:
Exchange Quarterly October 2018 issue

Production starts the week of September 10, 2018
Artwork Deadline September 25, 2018
Distributed October 8, 2018

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