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For advertising queries please contact: Ben Pritchett-Brown Tel: +44 (0)20 3465 9315 ben.pritchett-brown@ipe.com

Rate Card 2019

As at January 1st 2018 £

Full page. Run of magazine

13,850

10,250

Full page. Page 4 or 6

15,000

11,000

Full page. First RHP page 9

15,000

11,000

Junior page

9,100

6,600

Half page

8,350

6,150

Quarter page

5,350

4,000

Double page spread  

27,800

20,500

Half page spread

17,250

11,950

Guaranteed position

+15%

+15%

 

 

 

Outside back cover

18,250

13,200

Inside front cover

16,500

12,200

Inside back cover

15,000

11,000

Note: IPE reserves the right to update the rate card in line with fluctuations in the international currency markets. Plus VAT where applicable.

Multiple insertion discounts 3+ 6+ 9+ 11+

Per page booked

5%

10%

15%

20%

Notice for cancellation not less than one month prior to copy date. We reserve the right to invoice for orders cancelled within this period.

+ VAT where applicable

Mechanical data

Dimensions Height (mm) Width (mm)

Double page spread - bleed

345

500

Double page spread - trim

335

490

Full page - bleed

345

255

Full page - trim

335

245

Junior page (4 column format)

212

148

Half page - horizontal

140

210

Half page - vertical

290

100

Mini page - (5 column format)

180

125

Quarter page - strip

65

210

Quarter page - box

140

100

Eighth page - strip

30

210

Advertising material – Press-optimised PDF. High resolution (at least 300 dpi) and CMYK.

PLEASE NOTE: When supplying a PDF the OPI settings must be switched OFF.

Publishing schedule 2019

Issue

Copy date for sponsored
commentaries

Copy date for
advertisements

January

30 November 2018

07 December 2018

February

04 January

11 January

March

01 February

08 February

April

01 March

08 March

May

05 April

12 April

June

03 May

10 May

July/ August

07 June

14 June

September

02 August

09 August

October

30 August

06 September

November

04 October

11 October

December

01 Novenber

08 November

January 2020

30 November 2019

06 December 2019

For further information contact: Ben Pritchett-Brown, Tel: +44 (0)20 3465 9315 ben.pritchett-brown@ipe.com

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