We would like to offer you Partnership and promotion of your company in our magazine e-mosty for the year 2018 covering 4 issues.
Our preliminary Editorial Plan for 2018 is as follows:
March 2018: Naeem Hussain: Bridges
June 2018: American Bridges.
September 2018: Maritime Vessels and other equipment used for Bridge Construction.
December 2018: Asian and Australian Bridges.
Basic price for Annual Partnership is 990 EUR a year plus VAT.
For this money you will get:
- Your logo on the main page on our website
- 1 page interactive presentation of your company in every issue
- Your logo and / or the name of your company on every publication and output we release
- In compliance with our Editorial Plan we can also publish one technical article during the year (which we can help you prepare)
The magazine e-mosty (“e-bridges”) is an international, interactive, peer-reviewed magazine about bridges published quarterly on www.e-mosty.cz.
It is open access with a possibility to subscribe.
It was established in April 2015 and its first issue was released on 20 June 2015 as a bilingual Czech – English magazine aimed mainly for Czech and Slovak bridge engineers. Very quickly it reached an international readership. In 2016 we extended the already existing Czech and Slovak editorial board by two bridge experts from the UK, and in 2017 two colleagues – from the USA and Australia – joined us. Since December 2016 the magazine has been published solely in English.
The readership is increasing very fast and we have readers worldwide. We already have almost 200 subscribers (as of November 2017) who receive new issues automatically – achieving this number after only six months (we started offering of subscriptions in Spring 2017).
Each issue now has hundreds of readers, downloads and very positive feedback. Many of our readers share the magazine in their companies and among their colleagues so the final number of readers is much higher.
Generally the readership has reached over 6000 in two years.
Most importantly the readership covers our target segment – managers in construction companies, bridge designers and engineers, universities and other bridge related experts. We also know that the readers usually go back to older issues.