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Launch of Post Plus: A Letter from the Business Development Director

Launch of Post Plus: A Letter from the Business Development Director

Dear valued Post readers and advertisers,

Media has always been the connecting element – not only between readers and the world’s affairs – but also between the public and the world of commerce.

Readers, advertisers, and media organisations alike benefit and even depend on the healthy balance and separation between commercial content and editorial content.

Now, with the launch of Post Plus, Post Media Ltd is providing a hub between commerce and our readers through an identity and brand that stands for itself – one that is new to our publishing house and the first of its kind in Cambodia.

Online or in print, written or in video, Post Media’s quality content attracts the country’s elite and gives our company its commercial value. From research we know that our English and Khmer readers are well educated, academics, successful professionally and cosmopolitan.

Following our editorial principles, we understand that our readers have high demands towards advertisement and advertorial content which is why Post Plus will always be genuinely interesting, informative and told from personalised angles. Whether moving or funny, educational or insightful, Post Plus entertains while making ideas visible. Above all, Post Plus provides the reader with advice to make confident and informed financial decisions.
To meet the high demands of our readers – and because we know that our readers don’t only have high spending power but are also sophisticated – the commercial department is expanding on the success of our Special Reports by bringing tailor-made and personal content to our readers through Post Plus.

Find Post Plus on Tuesdays between the Business and the World section, on Thursdays as Post Plus Property, in many upcoming Post Plus supplements and special reports or find all our stories and videos online.

Yours Sincerely

Julius Thiemann
Business Development Director Post Media Ltd

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