Opportunity: Internet of Things Report | The Times
Raconteur and techUK are working together to create an engaging 16-page report, looking comprehensively at the role of the internet of things.
techUK is pleased to announce that we will be the publishing partner with Raconteur on its "Internet of Things" report, published in The Times and on The Times iPad edition on 28 November 2017.
Raconteur and techUK are working together to create an engaging 16-page report, looking comprehensively at the role of the internet of things and the solutions this technology is providing in the workplace. Using unrivalled data visualisation and infographics, this report will educate readers on both mature and emerging IoT trends, including big data, intelligent work places and the industries leading the pack in adoption.
With a readership of over 1 million, plus an additional 81,000 daily iPad subscribers, The Times is the leading newspaper in the UK, reaching a large C-suite audience.
The report will profile no more than 8 leading brands in this space and discounted commercial options are available to all techUK members.
For further details, please contact:
Jessica Kalbag, Publisher | T: 020 2877 3810 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Raconteur is a premium independent publishing house, committed to producing high quality, special interest content for The Times & The Sunday Times newspapers, since 2008.
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