Queensland Business Review is the latest business print publication to bite the dust. The monthly business magazine owned by Trader Business Media, a division of ACP Magazines, has been published in print for the last time. Its next issue apparently will be online. The seven year old subscription magazine, which swallowed up rival Business Queensland, also had other projects including The Queensland 400, The Book of Lists, and the Women in Business Breakfast Series.
Apparently the move from print to online was in response to reader research, which revealed that business owners had changed the way they receive their information.
The owner of ACP Magazines, PBL Media, bought the company which owned Queensland Review Weekly in 2007 from entrepreneurs Andrew Stewart and Carol Wilson.
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