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  • How often is Consulting® magazine published?
  • How long has Consulting® magazine existed?
  • Who reads the magazine?

Editorial

  • How can I contact the editors?
  • Do you publish Letters to the Editor?
  • What types of annual features do you run?
  • Is your editorial calendar located online?
  • Whom should I e-mail press releases to?
  • Does Consulting® magazine accept bylined articles?
  • How do I send a photo for the upcoming issue?
  • What are some of the sections in the magazine?

Subscriptions

  • Where can I find copies of the magazine?
  • How can I subscribe?
  • Are MBA students eligible to receive the magazine?
  • How do I change my contact information?
  • What is the cost of a subscription?
  • Are printed copies available to purchase?
  • Can I share access of the digital edition within my organization?

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  • Can I download your media kit online?
  • What are the requirements for advertisements?
 

How often is Consulting® magazine published?

Consulting® magazine is published digitally every month.

How long has Consulting® magazine existed?

Since February, 1999.

Who reads the magazine?

Reaching senior-level consultants (Partners, Practice Leaders, Directors, etc.) within medium and global enterprise consulting firms, Consulting® magazine is the industry source for the key decision makers and influencers in the profession to read about what's going on in their world. Circulation: 23,000.

How can I contact the editors?

jkornik@alm.com

Do you publish Letters to the Editor?

Yes, we do. If you have any comments on a particular story or trends in the industry, please send to:

What types of annual features do you run?

Here are some samples:
  • The Best Firms to Work For
  • The Top 25 Consultants
  • The Best Places to Stay
  • Seven Small Jewels

Is your editorial calendar located online?

Yes, you can find it here.

Who should I e-mail press releases to?

Please send all press releases to

Does Consulting® magazine accept bylined articles?

The vast majority of articles in Consulting® magazine are internally developed, written and reported by journalists. That said, by-line articles authored by subject matter experts are routinely published within its “Consultants on Consulting” section. Note: The magazine generally does not publish articles that have been previously published elsewhere.

How do I send a photo for the upcoming issue?

Any photos/images for the magazine need to be high-resolution, 300 dpi, and should be sent as JPEG, TIFF or EPS files.

What are some of the sections in the magazine?

Every issue of the magazine contains the following departments:
50-200 word pieces on new developments or trends within the industry, as well as interviews with some of the profession's leaders.
advice for our readers before they meet their clients overseas.
custom data on a broad range of topics, including compensation and outsourcing.

Where can I find copies of the magazine?

The magazine is not sold on newsstands. The only way to receive Consulting® magazine digitally is through a paid or qualified subscription. To order back issues in printed format, please contact our customer service department at 855.808.4550. Back issues are available for $20 plus shipping in North America, and $30 plus shipping for overseas orders.

How can I subscribe?

Either by clicking here or calling 855.808.4550.

Are MBA students eligible to receive the magazine?

Yes. All MBA students may receive access to the digital edition.
To subscribe, click here.

How do I change my contact information?

To update your email or contact information, please contact:
Customer Service
ALM
120 Broadway
5th floor
New York, NY 10271
855.808.4550
subscriptions@consultingmag.com

What is the cost of a subscription?

$49 per year for non-qualified subscribers.

Are printed copies available to purchase?

The magazine is being published in digital format. Back issues in printed format are available through Sept/Oct 2011. Customized reprints are also available for purchase. Please contact Todd Dale at 855.808.4550 or tdale@consultingmag.com.

Can I share access of the digital edition within my organization?

Yes, your qualified or paid subscription will allow multiple users to access the digital edition. However, we would prefer to send the digital issue directly to the contact's email for more accurate subscription and readership statistics.

Distribution of Consulting® magazine's content is strictly prohibited, without prior written permission from Consulting® magazine. Please contact Todd Dale at 855.808.4550 or tdale@consultingmag.com for more information and rates on licensing options.

Whom should I contact about advertising?

Publisher

Joseph Kornik
855.808.4550
jkornik@consultingmag.com

Associate Publisher

Todd Dale
855.808.4550
tdale@consultingmag.com

Account Executive

Ed Ware
855.808.4550
E-Mail:eware@consultingmag.com

Can I download your media kit online?

Yes, please click here.

What are the requirements for advertisements?

Digital Files

Document should be created at actual size of the ad. Files accepted in:
  1. Acrobat 4 or later.
  2. Corel Draw 8 or later (PC)
  3. Freehand 7 or later
  4. Illustrator 6 or later (Mac), 8 or later (PC)
  5. Pagemaker 6.5 or later
  6. Photoshop 3 or later (Mac), 5 or later (PC)
  7. Quark 3.3 or later
Include all screen and printer fonts that are used in ad (avoid TrueType), scans, and illustrations.
Photos should be grayscale or CMYK, 300 dpi resolution, TIFF format or EPS if a clipping path is used. Lineart should be 1200 dpi resolution, saved as a tiff with LZW compression applied, and in B&W or CMYK.
Zip 100 MB, Jaz 1 or 2 GB, CD-ROM.
Submit with disc(s): Must include printed directory showing all contents of disc(s) with the name of ad file and contact information, along with the printed proofs of the ad (see below). Electronic files preferred. Add $150 for processing of non-digital ad files. Call for material requirements.

Proofs

A Velox or photocopy should accompany all black and white files. All two-color and four-color process files must be accompanied by a Matchprint, Chromalins, or similar color proof. If proof is not provided, the publisher is not responsible for stripping errors or color matching. We do not recommend small type across the gutter on two-page spreads.
For more information, contact:
Todd Dale
855.808.4550
tdale@consultingmag.com
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