Martial Arts Business Magazine Subscription
Martial Arts Australia has just launched MA BusNews a magazine that focuses on content for business owners and combines digital and print to create a fully interactive publication. Our first digital magazine was actually 14 years ago and technology has vastly improved since then, allowing us to put more interactive elements into this publication.
Each issue has numerous hot links to give you instant access to various online resources. This includes special offers, business tools, books, manuals and videos.
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We have recruited an extensive team of expert contributors (here are a few names – Stephen Oliver, John Graden, Toby Milroy, Dave Kovar, Paul Veldman, George Fourie, Vincent Busittill, Paul Mracek, Rod Darling, Zara Phythian, Danny Zaino, Glenn Coxon, Phil Britten, Mannie de Matos, Matt Jones, Natsuko Mineghishi and Lourene Bevaart to name a few). They will cover everything you need to know about running a martial arts school and working in the tv /film industry. You will find all the “must attend” events, interviews with master instructors, the word on supplements, supplies and exclusive offers.
Although we have a lot of talent in Australia, those who are the top of their game did it by traveling the world to gain perspective and further knowledge. I know many Australian Instructors don’t have access to the best in this country, let alone the best from around the globe. This magazine gives you the best of both worlds, Aussie and International talent.
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Kapow TV will also be inviting instructors to their studio to be guests on various TV segments (expert panel and variety show expert) with each guest giving a demonstration. Part of these segments will be transcribed into text, images as well as videos for the magazine.
Magazine published in three formats: A4 PDF digital publication (readable on any device) – 6 issues PY Mobile PDF digital publication (cut down version more suitable for phones) – 6 issues PY Print publication – 2 issues PY
Graham Slater announces:
After much deliberation and trepidation we have decided to launch a dedicated Martial Arts Business Magazine. We have been hesitant to go down this path due to the extra workload and the ongoing consumer expectations for such a publication. There is of course a real need for club owners to know what’s going on around the globe and to access business support. This is not unfamiliar territory for us as we launched our first digital magazine 14 years ago on CD/DVD ‘Interactive Martial Arts’ complete with embedded video. At that time, MAA needed to get a lot of information out to instructors / clubs so a DVD served that purpose. A few years later IMA evolved into a TV program to attract more consumers into martial arts by promoting their value. From this we have also helped launch Kapow TV and Action Star TV to promote the entertainment aspect to martial arts through the movie scene. Alongside this we have worked in many ways to help make our industry more professional and attractive for participates. Now our focus is back to giving instructors more tools to influence more consumers to train in martial arts.
This publication serves to do just that by pulling together the very best experts in the industry so they can share their insights on this platform. Learn how the experts became highly successful and apply what they did, to your business. Readers will gain access to numerous resources, various business tools, special deals on essential business products, basically everything they could ever need to run a successful martial arts business.
Are we asking you to help finance this magazine, absolutely not! This magazine is fully funded by Martial Arts Australia dedicated to supporting the industry for FREE. We are looking for contributors as writers / columnists so please contact us to discuss appropriate stories and space requirements.
Magazine Format – Free Subscription
(1) 60 page publication (full size pages / images / videos) read on any device.
(2) Cut down version for mobile phone reading