Australians who own or run a business are more likely to read the inflight magazine from Qantas or Virgin than any general business or finance magazine, the Roy Morgan Business Media Survey to June 2013 finds.
The monthly Qantas magazine ‘The Australian Way’ reaches 19% of decision-makers at Medium and Large Businesses (20 or more employees) and 10% of those at Micro and Small businesses (fewer than 20 employees).
Virgin Australia’s ‘Voyeur’ magazine is read by 11% of decision-makers at Medium and Large businesses and 6% of those at Micro and Small businesses.
Just as many decision-makers at either sized business read Jetstar Magazine as Smart Investor.
Excluding inflight publications, Money Magazine is the most widely read magazine among business decision-makers (9% Medium and Large, 6% Micro and Small,). BRW is twice as popular among bosses at Medium and Large businesses (6%) as Micro and Small (3%).
Magazine Readership – Business Decision Makers
Source: Roy Morgan Research Business Media Survey, July 2012 – June 2013. Australian Business Decision Makers: Micro and Small Businesses (less than 20 employees) n = 9,467; Medium and Large Businesses (20 or more employees) n = 3,144.
Nigel Smith, Director of Business Research, Roy Morgan Research, says:
“Business decision-makers are more likely to travel by air than the general population, so it’s not surprising they are more likely to read inflight magazines.
“However not all industries—and not all types of business decision makers—are the same. For example, business finance decision-makers are less likely to travel by air in any three month period than are marketing and advertising decision-makers.
“Our survey of business decision-makers allows for more sophisticated segmentation, so marketers may reach any given type of decision maker at any given size or type of business according to their specific readership preferences.”
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