Former Birmingham Mail editor Steve Dyson (left ) is to edit a new business magazine aimed at 10,000 business leaders in
the West Midlands.
West Midlands, launching at the beggining of 2013, will be the fourth regional edition of Business Quarter Magazine as part of expansion in print and
Published by Room501 Publishing Ltd, the magazine also has editions
covering the North East, Yorkshire and Scotland, together with a website offering additional news, features
and business intelligence.
BQ West Midlands will be
distributed directly to 7,500 business leaders, with another
2,500 copies provided for top hotels, business lounges, conference
centres and similar venues.
Dyson said: “I’m delighted to be launching and editing BQ West Midlands which
will aim to get to the heart and soul of our most successful business
people, finding out what drives, inspires and motivates them.
“We will also report on recent developments that will have a
significant impact on the West Midlands business landscape, providing
in-depth analysis and debates from the experts on big issues.”
Dyson, who edited the Middlesbrough
Evening Gazette from 2002 to 2005, was an industrial correspondent for the Birmingham Mail before becoming editor of the paper.
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