Deadline extended to take part in Housewares Magazine

The deadline to take part in the next issue of Housewares Magazine has been extended to Wednesday June 24 – so there is still time for you to take part.

The next issue – July/August 2019 –  includes the following features:

Autumn Fair: Preview

Bakeware

Tools and Gadgets

Weighing and Measuring

Colour in the Home

Smart and Connected Products

Hydration Products

Eco-Friendly Products

What’s New? – Our regular round-up of new and recently launched products

Home and Gift Buyers Festival Harrogate: Review

The Housewares Show: Preview

Top Drawer: Preview

The issue will be read by 4,973* buyers – so this is a great opportunity for you to promote your new and recently launched products.

Products can be promoted through:

-Housewares Magazine (£130 + vat per product entry)

-Housewares Magazine + www.HousewaresLive.net + weekly newsletter (£185 + vat per product entry)

www.HousewaresLive.net (£65 + vat per product entry)

An average of FIVE product entries appears per page of Housewares Magazine. Each product entry consists of a product image and APPROX 50 words of text about the product, along with your company’s telephone number, email address and website address.

To place a product entry, please send material to Editor Clare Turner at cturner@datateam.co.uk

Please note: Editorial is selected on a newsworthy basis only and may be edited for sense and length. Your acceptance of our charge does not guarantee publication. If your entry is not published, you will not be invoiced. Your agreement to the charge is not conditional on the amount of space allocated.

THE NEW DEADLINE IS WEDNESDAY JULY 24

To place a display advert, email Sales Manager Alison Farrell at afarrell@datateam.co.uk or call her on 01622 699197 or 07872 113635 for rates.

To register to receive copies of Housewares Magazine, please click on http://www.housewareslive.net/registration/

*ABC (Audit Bureau of Circulations): July 2017 to June 2018

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