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About Us

Mission Statement

To be an industry leader in producing Pan-African publications, giving our readers a real window into Africa and tell Africa’s story from the perspective of its citizens. Also, to produce exceptional publications and products for our clients.


The Company

BT Publishing is part of the Business Time Africa Group which operates in a number of African countries including South Africa, Liberia, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria.

The company publishes business magazines and newspapers for external clients, periodicals and also in various fields. The company prints over 700,000 copies of publications monthly which includes Business & Financial Times, Business Times Africa Magazine & Energy Today Quarterly Magazine.

Our Management staffs have combined experience of more than 78 years in the media industry in various areas of expertise.


Our Publications

Business Time Magazine is a monthly publication with in-depth coverage and analysis of pertinent economic and financial issues in Africa. Business Times Africa magazine covers key areas such as politics, economics, finance and insurance, commerce and industry, science and technology, safety and security, hotel and leisure, infrastructure, agriculture, mining, transport, social and other topics that are important to Africa’s broad socioeconomic development.

Business Times Africa is read by key decision makers in the private and public sectors throughout West Africa, East and Southern Africa. The magazine is distributed through subscriptions, news-stands, magazine vendors, airlines and hotels, as well as at business conferences and exhibitions. With a growing circulation and currently at 30,000 copies per month, the magazine has a readership of an estimated 180,000 per edition.

Business and Financial Times is a national daily financial newspaper published in Accra, Ghana for the West African market.


Our Catalogue

• Large volume printing and publishing

• Commercial magazines

• In-flight magazines

• In-house publications

• Annual reports

• Newsletters

• Promotional brochures
Synopsis of Satisfied Clients

Holcim SA (Monthly News Bulletin); Eskom SA (Quarterly Energy Magazine); Divestiture Implementation Committee (Ghana); MTN Ghana; Vodafone Ghana

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Africa’s Business Intelligence Magazine

Sharing knowledge, providing insights, analysing and tracking the business environment

 
“Break into Africa”
What makes BTA so unique?

It is the only magazine that specifically focuses on providing usable business intelligence covering the spectrum of Africa’s member states.

It provides essential reading for industry leaders, professionals, technicians, public and private sector managers, and serves as a source of knowledge for students.

 

Why you should advertise in BTA

 

    To create a positive awareness of your brand. This is critical. But, and ongoing, reinforcing and building your reputation is even more important.
    And, because your customers read our magazine you need to be in it.
    You need to advertise, and tell your story of what you do, where, and why.
    You need to be included in your customer’s purchasing decisions by having an active presence in theBTA magazine.
    And, our weekly newsletter offers you a direct marketing link to your customers’ mailboxes – a constant reminder of your company, products and/or services.

 

Distribution

 

Business Times Africa is read by key decision makers in the private and public sectors throughout West Africa, East and Southern Africa. The magazine is distributed through subscriptions, news-stands, magazine vendors, airlines and hotels, as well as at business conferences and exhibitions. With a circulation of 80,000 copies per month, the magazine has a readership of an estimated 180,000 per edition.

 

Widely targeted market

 

If you are a product supplier and/or service provider, we reach your customers through our extensive distribution.

Business Times Africa magazine is a 72-page A4-size publication with a glossy appearance and is of superb print quality.Advertising Rates

Ask our dedicated regional executive for the perfect marketing package to maximise your industry exposure and build your reputation.

 

Widely targeted market

 

If you are a product supplier and/or service provider, we reach your customers through our extensive distribution.

 

Advertising Rates

 

Business Times Africa magazine is a 72-page A4-size publication with a glossy appearance and is of superb print quality.

Ask our dedicated regional executive for the perfect marketing package to maximise your industry exposure and build your reputation.

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