|Hong Kong, May 13, 2011 – South China Morning Post announced the forthcoming launch of its Paris Shopping Guide, a simplified Chinese magazine to help advertisers capture the booming market of Mainland Chinese headed for Paris.
With a circulation of over 100,000, the publication entitled "巴黎风尚" will be distributed from 29th July in both key China cities and in strategic Paris locations. Copies will be made available through China Travel Services offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Suzhou, as well as departure lounges for multiple airlines. In Paris, it will be distributed through top tourism offices and hotels, plus the iconic upscale shopping mall Galeries Lafayette.
This magazine represents a unique opportunity for advertisers to target these valuable shoppers in their native language, while reaching them through a sympathetic and relevant editorial environment.
"This is a new product that ties together our unique strength and connections in the luxury market, our understanding of the important mainland consumer market and our well established publishing and distribution expertise" said Sophia Yu, Director of Advertising & Marketing Services for the South China Morning Post. "With our unique distribution network, we’ll be able to target our affluent shoppers both at home, in transit, while they’re information seeking and at their actual shopping destination."
The Paris Shopping Guide aims to help mainland shoppers find the best places to eat, shop, sightsee and enjoy all that the French capital has to offer. With tips, recommendations and suggested itineraries, it serves as a useful guide to accompany the travellers throughout their stay in Paris.
The advertising booking deadline is 24th June. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call a representative at 2565 2435.
About SCMP Group Ltd and South China Morning Post
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