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CONTENTS E MARKETS E CLIENTS E OVERVIEW E GOVERNMENT BUSINESS E EDUCATION BUSINESS

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E CONTRACT PUBLISHING E PRINT RATES & SPECIFICATIONS E EVENT RATES E ONLINE RATES & SPECIFICATIONS

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CLIENTS

PSI’S UNIQUE MIXED MEDIA APPROACH GETS RESULTS. “Thanks to PSI for the fantastic coverage provided in your publications and networking opportunities provided at your events, they are all important business sectors for us” – Dan Robb, Sony UK Ltd “PSi over the past 5 years have helped deliver our target audience through their publications and events, each time, every time!” – Peter Snelling, Michelin Tyre Plc “We have booked several advertisements for our client Fujitsu with PSI. We have always received exactly what we were expecting and the whole process from offer to invoicing has been fluent & accurate”– Mark Hindenberger, Mediaplus Public Sector Information Ltd Tel: 020 8532 0055 Fax: 020 8532 0066 E-mail: info@psigroupltd.co.uk Web: www.psigroupltd.co.uk www.psi-media.co.uk

N Helps clients avoid “resistance to change” where suppliers are tendering against well established competitors. Results are successfully achieved by a multi level approach which includes in print, on-line and face to face. N Helps clients “break through” the public sector’s labyrinthine decision making process. When dealing with the public sector it is simply not enough to write a letter asking for business or aimlessly making telephone calls without reaching the decision maker. Our magazines, newsletters, websites, databases and events are directed on a name and designation basis [no wasted coverage]. N Helps eliminate wasted promotional expenditure. Our most successful advertisers/sponsors avoid the syndrome where they stimulate the buyers interest, but are nowhere to be found at the critical point. Tailor made campaigns generate impact at the outset, combined with longevity to ensure clients products and services are prominent at the vital moment when the decision is made. N Gone are the days when a single media campaign will bring results. The advent of the printed word has been overtaken by radio and TV. They in turn have been overtaken by the web and mobile network. Over 16 years our clients have successfully met the growing challenge brought on by the diversity of news sources through the PSi mixed media solution. Join them!


OVERVIEW

BUSINESS MEDIA FOR DECISION MAKERS. Since 1995 clients large and small have been using our range of products to win business in the public sector. E MAGAZINES

Advertisers and sponsors reach key decision makers in local/central government, NHS, education, transport, fleet, counter terror and emergency services sectors. E WEBSITES

Our websites are highly successful online tools honed to promote your message to those that procure products and services in the public sector. With GreenFleet and Transport Business, you will extend your reach to include SME’s and blue-chip organisations in the private sector. Bespoke campaigns using a combination of magazines and websites are becoming the norm. E E-NEWSLETTERS

Our most successful advertisers and sponsors use our E-Newsletters to deliver their message direct to the Inbox of directors and senior management in public and private sectors. E EVENTS

Meet THE key decision makers from the public sector. PSi events are the live version of our magazines and websites. Events range from live challenges, interactive test drive events, awards ceremonies, conferences, seminars and debates. E VIDEO

n Reach your prime prospects this month and

every month for the next 12 months. n Save £2,750 by booking your video for inclusion on our websites NOW! It is as easy as dialing 020 8532 0055. n Get your products “on air” using on our dynamic and informative websites. n Let us work for you 24/7 reaching those with budgets who can buy from you. Don’t delay call today!! n Your video will be professionally tailored at our offices to promote your products for maximum effect to you prime target market. Successful companies have been using our unique portfolio of magazines for over 11 years to target public sector markets – join us.

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GOVERNMENT BUSINESS

BUSINESS MEDIA FOR LOCAL AUTHORITY AND CENTRAL GOVERNMENT SECTOR DECISION MAKERS E IN PRINT: Distribution – 10,000 copies, bi-monthly

The established market leader, GB contains need-to-know news, information, features and case studies that explain the commercial issues affecting Local and Central Government. The magazine is distributed by name and job title to Chief Executives, Directors and Senior Management in Local Authorities and Central Government Agencies, making it a “must read” for those that want to stay up to date with the latest products and services that can help create a more efficient public sector. Provided by our own editorial staff, with significant contributions from Ministers, Institutes, Associations and other professional bodies and leading industry figures. Regular topics include Facilities Management, Security, IT & E-Government Energy, Transport, Procurement and Money Matters - a regular supplement on public sector finance, insurance and risk management. GB keeps readers up-to-date with the latest conferences and exhibitions by featuring in-depth previews to the most important events and seminars relevant to the public sector. E ONLINE: www.governmentbusiness.co.uk

Connect with professionals on the move. Our website provides a unique extension of the magazine. It’s archive of past publications provides a 24/7 resource for budget holders and suppliers. Content also includes up to date news, views and announcements on the sector. This great resource brings successful advertisers and sponsors together with those who can buy from them. Extend the life of your campaign by up to 10 months. Campaigns with a proven history of success can be tailored to your company’s needs to include both print and online advertising. Published fortnightly and distributed via e-mail to government professionals, the e-newsletter promotes the magazine and contains breaking news from the sector, including the Awards. Make sure your message reaches the Inbox of those who can buy from you. Packages tailored to suit your requirements also including the above. E GOVERNMENT TECHNOLOGY SUPPLEMENT

The GT supplement contains a wealth of news, features and information on issues affecting IT and Computing in Local and Central Government. Regular topics include E-Government, E-Procurement, Smartcards, Open Source Software, Networking and Telecommunications. GT also makes sure that readers are kept up-to-date with the latest conferences and exhibitions by featuring in-depth previews to the most important IT events and seminars.

www.governmentbusiness.co.uk www.psi-media.co.uk

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EDUCATION BUSINESS

BUSINESS MEDIA FOR EDUCATION SECTOR DECISION MAKERS E IN PRINT: Distribution – 6,500 copies, bi-monthly

EB provides the link between those that supply schools and those that procure products and services on their behalf. As a member of BESA (British Educational Suppliers Association) we receive regular editorial support from this leading UK body. Recently appointed as a Key Media Partner for the NASBM (National Association of School Business Management), we have increased the circulation of EB to reach their members – every decision-making School Business Manager in the UK. Researched, written and edited by our own professional staff, editorial contributions are also received from Ministers, Institutes, Associations and other professional bodies. Regular topics include ICT, Facilities Management, Energy and Sustainability, Sports and Leisure, Catering and Healthy Eating, etc. EB also makes sure that readers are kept up-to-date with the latest conferences and exhibitions by featuring in-depth previews to the most important education events and seminars. E ONLINE: www.educationbusinessuk.net

Connect with professionals online. Our website provides a unique extension of the magazine. It’s archive of past publications provides a 24/7 resource for budget holders and suppliers. Content also includes up to date news, views and announcements on the sector. This great resource brings successful advertisers and sponsors together with those who can buy from them. Do ask for information on how your product profile can extend the life of your campaign by up to 10 months. Packages are available to include both print and online advertising. Published fortnightly and distributed via e-mail to government professionals, the e-newsletter promotes the magazine and contains breaking news from the sector, including the Awards. Make sure your message reaches the Inbox of those who can buy from you. Packages tailored to suit your requirements also including the above. E FACE-TO-FACE: Education Business Awards: Luncheon

The live version of EB Magazine where sponsors/exhibitors and education professionals get together. The event comprises Reception, Exhibition and Awards Luncheon, all promoted through the magazine and online. Every year successful sponsors network with hundreds of key decision-makers and budget holders. Every year business gets done!!! Don’t take our word for it, ask our sponsors. The Awards recognise excellence, showcase success stories in the education sector and celebrate excellence in facilities, specialism’s and innovation. Entry is open to Academies, Primary and Secondary Schools from all sectors. We have also introduced specialist “Supplier” Awards for those organisations that play a key role in the supply of goods and services to this sector.

www.educationbusinessuk.net / www.ebawards.co.uk www.psi-media.co.uk

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HEALTH BUSINESS

BUSINESS MEDIA FOR HEALTH SECTOR DECISION MAKERS E IN PRINT: Distribution – 6,500 copies, bi-monthly

HB is a “must read” publication for health sector professionals.

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Connect with professionals on the move. Our website provides a unique extension of the magazine. It’s archive of past publications and provides a 24/7 resource for budget holders and suppliers. Content also includes up to date news, views and announcements on the sector. This great resource brings successful advertisers and sponsors together with those who can buy from them. Do ask for information on how your product profile can extend the life of your campaign by up to 10 months. Packages are available to include both print and online advertising. Published fortnightly and distributed via e-mail to healthcare professionals, the e-newsletter promotes the magazine and contains breaking news from the sector, including the Awards. Make sure your message reaches the Inbox of those who can buy from you. Packages tailored to suit your requirements also including the above.

www.healthbusinessuk.net www.psi-media.co.uk

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COUNTER TERROR BUSINESS

BUSINESS MEDIA FOR COUNTER TERROR DECISION MAKERS E IN PRINT: Distribution – 6,500 copies, quarterly

Launched in 2010, CTB is a specialist publication that showcases the latest innovative technology on offer to the counter terror industry, to help combat the threat of terrorism in the UK. Distributed by name and job title to heads of security, intelligence officers, procurement officials and department heads in local and central government, as well as the Intelligence Services, Police, Home Office, MoD, Border Control, Customs, Aviation and Port Authorities. The magazine has already established itself as the leader in the field. Ensure that your message reaches key decision makers who procure products and services on behalf of the UK’s security services. Launched to critical acclaim for its editorial excellence, CTB is produced internally by our own professional staff and supported by regular editorial contributions from government agencies and worldwide experts in counter terrorism. E

ONLINE: www.counterterrorbusiness.com

Connect with professionals on the move. Our website provides a unique extension of the magazine. It’s archive of past publications provides a 24/7 resource for budget holders and suppliers. Content also includes up to date news, views and announcements on the sector. This great resource brings successful advertisers and sponsors together with those who can buy from them. Do ask for information on how your product profile can extend the life of your campaign by up to 10 months. Packages are available to include both print and online advertising. Published fortnightly and distributed via e-mail to government professionals, the e-newsletter promotes the magazine and contains breaking news from the sector, including the Awards. Make sure your message reaches the Inbox of those who can buy from you. Packages tailored to suit your requirements also including the above. E

COUNTER TERROR EXPO – official media partner

Counter Terror Expo is the critically acclaimed, highly specialised event for those who are tasked with the demanding and complex role of delivering a robust defence against the threat posed from international terrorism. The event brings together the world’s foremost experts from government, armed forces, security services, law enforcement and academia annually, in order to share real-life experience, debate strategies, brainstorm issues, shape policy, and define effective counter terrorism measures. CTB is now established as an Official Media Partner for the event, carrying both Preview and Review editorials, news, comment and also an increased circulation that can deliver your message to a far wider audience.

www.counterterrorbusiness.com / www.counterterrorexpo.co.uk www.psi-media.co.uk

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TRANSPORT BUSINESS

BUSINESS MEDIA FOR TRANSPORT SECTOR DECISION MAKERS E ONLINE: www.transportbusiness.net

Connect with professionals on the move. Instantly reach decision makers in rail, on the roads at the ports and in the skies. Make sure your message is seen by those that procure products and services. Transport Business is unique in its range and coverage of these vital sectors. Content includes the latest comment, analysis and views of the experts in the transport and logistics industry. Researched, written and compiled by our own staff, TB is established as a market leading website for the transport. Editorial contributions are regularly received from Ministers, Institutes, Associations and other professional bodies, making Transport Business  a “must read” for those that want to stay up to date with the latest products and services Get the Transport Business newsletter emailed fortnightly working for you.   Use the Transport Business database to reach 19,000 named decision, makers including:Directors and Senior Management in local authorities,central government agencies, NHS and the emergency services, as well as SME’s and blue chip organisations in the private sector.

www.transportbusiness.net / www.psigroupltd.co.uk www.psi-media.co.uk


GREENFLEET

BUSINESS MEDIA FOR FLEET SECTOR DECISION MAKERS E IN PRINT: DISTRIBUTION – 6,500 COPIES, BI-MONTHLY

GF promotes environmentally friendly transport and a cleaner environment. The evidence of global warming and the disasters associated with it, is all around us. GF magazine provides unique access to this critical and growing market and contains, news, need-to-know features and case studies that highlight what can be done in the on-going battle to reduce the running cost, fuel use and emissions of an organisations transport operations. Distributed by name and job title to Fleet Managers, Heads of Transport, Depot Managers, Sustainability Officers, etc, in local authorities, central government agencies and the emergency services sector, as well as MD’s, HR Managers and those responsible for the transport operations in SME’s and blue chip organisations. Take this opportunity to promote the “Green” credentials of your company where it matters and can really do some good. In addition your message will be seen by those that procure products and services on behalf of one of the UK’s fastest growing industries and biggest spenders. This is provided by our own editorial staff with significant contributions from Ministers, Institutes, Associations and other professional bodies, making it a “must read” for those that want to stay up to date with the latest products and services that can help Fleet Managers and Heads of Transport run their fleets more efficiently. E ONLINE: www.greenfleet.net

Connect with professionals on the move. Our website provides a unique extension of the magazine. It’s archive of past publications provides a 24/7 resource for budgetholders and suppliers. Content also includes up to date news, views and announcements on the sector. This great resource brings successful advertisers and sponsors together with those who can buy from them. Do ask for information on how your product profile can extend the life of your campaign by up to 10 months. Packages are available to include both print and online advertising. Published fortnightly and distributed via email to government professionals, the e-newsletter promotes the magazine and contains breaking news from the sector, including the Awards. Make sure your message reaches the Inbox of those who can buy from you. Packages tailored to suit your requirements also including the above. E FACE-TO-FACE : GreenFleet Arrive’n’Drive, Scotland and Annual Awards: Black Tie

GF is also available to key decision-makers at the PSi GreenFleet events, attended by those that source the latest low and zero emission vehicles on the market, together with products and services that can assist them in running their transport operations more efficiently. In addition to this, GF has also established a reputation for covering other industry events, as an Official Media Partner, meaning those invovled in the magazine get the added benefits of additional exposure, to a much wider audience.

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