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Magazine to Focus on Corporate Philanthropy


Monday, 5th June 2006 at 1:06 pm
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‘Charity Begins at Work’ is to be the theme of an upcoming feature in new a Australian magazine with a bent towards business and innovation - and the publishers are looking for input from the philanthropic sector.

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Monday, 5th June 2006 at 1:06 pm

‘Charity Begins at Work’ is to be the theme of an upcoming feature in new a Australian magazine with a bent towards business and innovation – and the publishers are looking for input from the philanthropic sector.

The quarterly magazine – called Fast Thinking – has only been available on the newsstands since 2005 and already has a readership estimated at 125,000.

Fast Thinking magazine promotes innovation in Australia in conjunction with the InnovationXchange Network (IXC) – a Not for Profit organisation set up with support from The Australian Industry Group that promotes innovation in Australia and overseas.

The magazine focuses on issues of business, management, education, science and technology, politics, people and life.

The key audience is CEO’s and business owners, high net worth individuals and their families and government.

Publisher Grant Crossley says as part of the ‘charity begins at work’ feature the magazine is interested in feedback from Not for Profits and Charities.

Crossley says of most interest is Not for Profit experiences in dealing with the corporate sector and government.

The magazine is also offering special sponsorship rates in the sponsored pages and exposure on the publication’s website www.FastThinking.com.au within the www.ixc.com.au web portal to a limited number of charities and Not for Profits.

Not for Profits can provide feedback via email to gcrossley@etncom.com .




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