Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

Sydney, Australia:  Billionaires Australia continues to be a sought-after platform for international media companies, with a venture in Singapore and Malaysia making an aggressive play to license the platform.

The news site is defying the odds of online media properties with rapid readership growth and engagement. Last month the company announced a multimillion-dollar licensing deal in China.

“Billionaires is more than a news destination of interest to the wealthy – it’s an app, an e-magazine, a magazine, a TV channel and a shopping network. We believe we are the first comprehensive Australian-owned publisher to license not just our content but our entire platform globally. This brings enormous benefits to our publishing and advertising partners, who no longer have to waste resources trying to recreate and integrate technologies. They can hit the ground running in their markets with a proven platform." 

About Billionaires Australia

Launched in early 2014, the luxury-focused Billionaires Australia publishing network has grown rapidly. Its syndication service uses patented software that both translates content and distributes it globally in minutes. The result is a massive, interconnected content network.

The company has its Australian headquarters at Jones Bay Wharf and has set up its European headquarters in Monte Carlo on the French Riviera, an appropriate location with a strong concentration of the world’s richest people. ##

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