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‘Asian Golf Business‘ is launched today

10.00am 10th January 2008 - Media

The booming Asian continent now has its very own golf trade magazine – Asian Golf Business – which receives its worldwide launch today with the first edition available to view on line at www.asiangolfbusiness.com

The birth of this new magazine comes after months of research and feedback from major industry players who unanimously felt that there was an urgent need for a specialist publication to address the needs of the golf trade in Asia.

Asian Golf Business is published by Asia Pacific Golf Development Conferences Pte. Ltd. – the producers of the highly successful Asia Pacific Golf Development Summit.

The Singapore-based company has undertaken to produce Asian Golf Business as a digital magazine utilising a very user-friendly digital technology.

“We opted to produce it in this form (e-zine) as we felt that it would be a lot more effective and efficient to deliver the product worldwide to an international audience”, explained Mike Sebastian, publisher/editor of Asian Golf Business.

The new trade magazine lays special focus on golf trade news relating to golf development, golf architecture, golf course equipment and accessories, golf management, new business trends and a host of other related topics.

“Through Asian Golf Business, we hope to provide a communications platform that will enable the golf industry to stay in constant touch with its growing client base in Asia”, Mike said.

He went on to add, “The magazine will be made available to all golf clubs in Asia and we hope that it will prove to be an invaluable source of information vehicle for everyone in the golf trade”.

The publishing frequency will be bi-monthly initially but there are already plans in the pipeline to increase it to a monthly.

Asian Golf Business www.asiangolfbusiness.com

       

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