February 6, 2012 in iAnnouncements (E)
[prMac.com] Cape Coral, Florida - In their relentless pursuit to get the word out about what Apple can do for industry. i.Business Magazine spent January crisscrossing North America to show just how Apple technology is changing the face of business.
The first stop was the international Consumer Electronics Show (CES). This year was the largest it has been since it started 44 years ago. With over 1.8 million square feet of exhibit space and over 3,100 companies showing off their latest and greatest; i.Business Magazine has shown why it is the "go to" magazine for established and up and coming apple products and solutions.
Giving out over 5,000 copies of the magazine to those that stopped by the i.Business booth. Another 5000 copies were distributed through the Official Media Partner Bins scattered throughout the buildings. "CES opened the flood gates for i.Business Magazine. With over 10,000 copies distributed the word has gone out that there is a business publication that focuses on Apple technology and business solutions and how they apply to the business worlds," says Carmine De Santo publisher of i.Business Magazine.
The next stop was Macworld, a haven for all things Apple related. As an exhibitor in the mobile apps section of the show, i.Business Magazine distributed over 15,000 copies of the magazines "new look" issue #7. "We are very happy having received so much positive feedback and support from so many new readers. In the past few days, the spike in subscriptions has been overwhelming and encouraging," says JC Seymour Editor-in-Chief of i.Business Magazine.
The final stop saw i.Business Magazine as the official sponsor of the i.Menu Expo in Vancouver. The i.Menu Expo is designed for restaurant/hospitality owners/managers looking for new solutions using the Tablet technology. i.Business Magazine handed out over 4,000 copies and put itself as resource to service industry leaders on where to look for solutions.
Asked how he felt the response of the 3 different shows were, Carmine De Santo, Publisher said "the immediate feedback was great from all the attendees, vendors and fellow exhibitors at each show. It is amazing how many face the challenges of changing from their current environments to new Apple based solutions. We are here for them."
i.Business Magazine focuses on Apple business solutions. Inside each edition, industry experts will conduct exclusive interviews and articles from varied vertical markets. i.Business Magazine's mission is to showcase how Apple technology is changing industry and improving how business is done. i.Business Magazine will be available at Barnes & Noble, Wal-Mart, Shoppers Drug Mart, Hudson News, Publix, Safeway and most airport terminals across North America. In addition, Zinio and Barnes & Noble will feature i.Business Magazine on their online stores with available downloads for both the iPhone and iPad. Copyright (C) 2011 i.Business Magazine. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.