April 2015 - Issue 043
Within the luxury publishing and event industries, Runwild Media Group has redefined and raised the standards of editorial, production and design that can be achieved within consumer publishing.
In just ten years, during which the family-run company has forged its own unique path, Runwild Media Group has developed rapidly and now comprises three thriving divisions: Luxury Magazines (of which an average of 4.1 million copies are produced annually), Runwild Bespoke, a creative marketing and contract publishing company and Runwild Events.
“The Runwild team helped us to deconstruct and adapt our style to better suit the magazine readership and strengthen the quality of our message”
One of the top three private medical companies in the world, HCA International employ nearly 200,000 staff worldwide. They operate six of London’s leading independent hospitals, providing the very highest standards of treatment and care to around 300,000 patients annually.
“When we first started working with Runwild Media three years ago our ambition was to find a new way to converse with our audience through an established, trusted platform. We started advertising in Canary Wharf and The City Magazine [Runwild’s monthly in-house titles].
Three years on we now utilise [Runwild’s] Vantage magazine and The Mayfair Magazine to converse with our audience in three different London areas and Dubai, and work closely with the designers and editors to bring zeitgeist into current campaigns and develop new ideas to enliven the consumers to respond to our messages.”
HEAD OF UK BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
The Mayfair Magazine is the highest quality lifestyle title in London, targeting residents, affluent visitors to the area and its sophisticated, discerning working population.
The publication showcases intelligent, topical and stylish features on places, products, property and services of interest to the audience.
These brands are high-end and aspirational and as such, the magazines adheres to a very high standard of advertising content (i.e. no quarter pages, split or classified advertising).