The Southeast Asia GLOBE (Thailand Edition) proudly announces its launch and availability at newsstands, bookstores and other distribution points throughout Thailand from September 28.
The Kingdom’s premier English-language business monthly, Southeast Asia GLOBE magazine delivers powerful, relevant content about news, views and life throughout the region in an easy-to-read and photo-rich layout.
The Southeast Asia GLOBE’s mission is to become one of region’s leading publications for resident decision makers and the informed traveler. Driven by a strong international brand, the magazine aims to enable its readers and business partners to make informed choices while living or doing business in Southeast Asia.
“Southeast Asia GLOBE showcases the people, places and events that shape the region. Entrepreneurs, business leaders and celebrities will feature prominently in Southeast Asia GLOBE stories. Because these are the people on the front line of business and living across this dynamic region, it makes sense that they have the best insights,” says Kirk J Bentham, the Southeast Asia GLOBE’s Publishing Director, adding that the magazine will also include sections on international news, luxuries, lifestyles, travel and wellness.
The Southeast Asia GLOBE (Thailand Edition) is a sister publication of the Southeast Asia GLOBE (Cambodia Edition), the most well-received English-language magazine in Cambodia. Published for over two years, and with a proven following, it delivers concise journalism and has been key to strengthening Cambodia’s publishing industry.
“The Cambodia Edition adds strength to the Thailand Edition through editorial and advertising support. This relationship dynamic is indicative of many successful business models, and is becoming more prevalent throughout Southeast Asia in the face of growing economic challenges,” says Bentham.
“What this also means for the reader of Southeast Asia GLOBE (Thailand Edition) is that they will be getting a far broader scope of news from across the region, through the interesting people who are interviewed and by the range of journalists who are asking the questions,” says Southeast Asia GLOBE Managing Editor Cameron Cooper.
“We’re excited to be entering the market at a time when many magazines are reassessing their positioning and facing serious challenges,” says Cooper. “Coming out with a magazine that gives people insight into how to better survive in economic or social situations, especially now, is great timing. We know that this magazine will be a hit.”
The magazine’s first issue will feature interviews with top managers such as the Oriental Hotel’s Jan Goessing, Central Retail Corporation’s Tos Chirativat, and ACCOR’s Oswald Pichler on the cooling state of Thailand tourist arrivals and what their companies are doing to turn up the heat.
The magazine also talks with business and finance specialists such as Jon Molestad of Elite Business Group and James Cummisky from Limcharoen, Hughes & Glanville about investing in Thailand and where money is actually getting the best returns.
And as an exclusive to Southeast Asia GLOBE, an interview with one of the region’s most notable CEOs, Air Asia’s Tony Fernandes, about his personal business style, what his views are on researching new ideas and what this region needs to make it stand out on the world stage.
The Southeast Asia GLOBE (sea-globe.com) is a high-quality full-color glossy magazine printed by Allied Printers and distributed by Post Publishing of the Bangkok Post. Beyond Media’s distribution department operates in tandem with Post Publishing to ensure the magazine is widely available across the country.
The Southeast Asia GLOBE (SEA GLOBE Magazine) is published by Beyond Media Co., Ltd, a wholly owned and registered Thailand publishing house.