CIO is a bi-monthly magazine for the chief information officer, looking at business, leadership and innovation.
"...Because of its high quality editorial covering issues from a New Zealand perspective - to the extent that it could almost be viewed as 'required reading' for Kiwi CIOs. It's a profession talking to a profession; written by Kiwis for Kiwis"
Qantas media awards 2010 Judge Phil O'Reilly on why CIO won in the best trade/professional magazine category.
CIO is the only publication in New Zealand dedicated to the unique information needs of the chief information officer. It provides multi-faceted, integrated marketing channels that are second to none, across:
CIO Magazine. Winner of the Best Trade/Professional Magazine category in the 2010 Qantas Media Awards. CIO reaches the core business technology leaders and decision makers. It has an editorial advisory board that is comprised of the leading CIOs from within New Zealand and its flagship edition is the MIS100, a report on the top ICT-using organisations in New Zealand.
CIO Events. These are well regarded venues for networking with IT decision-makers and executive colleagues. In the course of a year hundreds of CIOs and senior ICT executives attend
CIO New Zealand flagship programmes: CIO Summit, CIO roundtable discussions, CIO luncheons and MIS100 event.
CIO New Zealand reaches a valued audience. CIOs are strategic leaders, the biggest buyers with the biggest budgets who thereby comprise a critical audience.
36% aged 40-49 years.
51% university graduates.
54% have an income excess of $100,000+.
41% belong to companies with 500+ staff.
Readers plan to do the following in activities on behalf of their company in the next 12 months:
Travel overseas (53%)
Travel within New Zealand (78%)
Review/change their telecommunications/IT (48%)
Undertake training or further education (49%)
Take on new staff (48%)
Update their website (46%)
Source: Fairfax Media Business Group Survey February 2010
Engaging with a valued audience
CIO New Zealand provides multi-faceted, integrated marketing channels that are second to none, to engage with this valued audience.
They are: CIO Magazine: Reaches the core business technology leaders and decision-makers. The magazine won the Best Trade/Professional Magazine category in the 2010 Qantas Media Awards and has an editorial advisory board composed of leading CIOs from within New Zealand. Its flagship edition is the MIS100, a report on the top ICT-using organisations in New Zealand.
CIO Events: These are well regarded venues for networking with IT decision-makers and executive colleagues. In the course of a year hundreds of CIOs and senior ICT executives attend CIO New Zealand flagship programmes:
• CIO Summit
• CIO Roundtable
• CIO Luncheons
• MIS100 Event
Research: CIO delivers insightful market and subscriber research conducted with Fairfax Business Research to help you stay close to emerging trends, in order to develop and deliver an effective marketing message.
Reprints: Editorial reprints are available of CIO print and online articles that feature your organisation's executives or highlight your technology solutions provide a credible endorsement to complement your company's in-house marketing literature.
Executive subscriptions program
Share the indispensable resource of CIO with your key prospects and customers through a bulk gift subscription to the magazine. There is an option to do a cover wrap that includes the sponsor's message.
THE CIO SUMMIT
Organised by CIO magazine, IDC and conference company BrightStar, the CIO Summit is New Zealand's premier gathering for ICT leaders, attended by more than 400 executives. Now in its fourth year, the two-day conference presents speakers that include operational CIOs, business analysts and thought leaders from New Zealand and overseas, as well as an exhibition area.
The summit offers a range of opportunities for sponsors to engage with the CIO community before, during and after the event:
Sponsorship levels, platinum, diamond, gold and silver.
Gala dinner awards - CIO of the Year and Excellence in ICT Recruitment.
Conference materials: Branding in satchel, document pack insert, lanyard, delegate gift, notepad, water bottle and pens distributed to the delegate.
If you have a brief that calls for a magazine to come up with unique ideas specific to the title and relevant to the brief/brand, please contact us - "we love that kind of stuff."
Advertorials are an excellent complement to brand campaigns or activity running in other media - they provide valuable endorsement from the magazine masthead and can include more detail or specific information as required. Subject to the brief, we will respond with ideas specific to your brand, our reader and the environment.
In an advertorial style, promo-torials are created to drive sales or response by reader offer/treat/discount and provide a strong measurement tool to assist in future planning.
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