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Working Women magazine is a great opportunity to promote my new business at a low cost to wide national audience. Thank you.
Melanie Frok
Principal
The Culture Academy
www.thecultureacademy.com.au

Advertising in Working Women magazine is a valuable mechanism and the articles have resulted in requests from other business magazines for my articles. The magazine is also very professional and appeals to business people both men and women that I interact with. Sending them a copy of the latest also sees me receiving an email about my article and keeps me in touch with my target market. 
Louise Corica
Principal
Time2manage
www.time2manage.com 

I have been absolutely delighted with the response to my advertisement that I have running in WNA's magazine 'Working Women' and I love to share the magazine and the great stories with my clients.
Michelle Hamer
Director
Smart Advice Pty Ltd
www.smartadvice.com.au

We have had a great response to our advertising and many requests for copies of the directory. It's good for our advertisers to see us getting ourselves out there also.
Mandy Stevens
Managing Director
The Fundraising Directory
www.fundraisingdirectory.com.au

We've heard it so often, it's no longer a surprise that our clients have seen or read our advertising in the WNA 'Working Women' magazine. We are delighted because it confirms our investment is money well spent in building and maintaining brand awareness.
Rachel Quilty
Executive Manager
Jump the Q
www.jumptheq.com.au

The one thing that stands out with WNA, compared with other glossy magazines where advertising space is available, is the chance to include editorial alongside the advertisement. This is brilliant as it allows readers to find out more about your business - details that can't be included in an advertisement. I've found that many other mags at present don't offer this, despite it making a lot of advertising sense! I also appreciated the tips that were provided on copyright and the flexibility to meet my own requirements for the advertisement. Being able to have input on this is important to me and WNA allowed this graciously. Again, let me say what a fantastic group it is and I look forward to attending more events in the future.
Kate Lemerle
Principal Psychologist
Chrysalis Wellness Services
www.chrysalis54.com.au

A big thank you to your wonderful advertising team, especially Nikita. Our advertisement looks fantastic in the 'Working Women' magazine.
Jeanette Hannan
Managing Director
Resumes for Results
www.resumes.net.au

As a new reader and advertiser I was thrilled to receive my first magazine. It’s filled with fantastic information to suit every business woman. Your service offering complimentary copies of the magazine to advertisers is excellent. I have already distributed mine to clients with a note pointing out our advert and the page on which it appears. Thank you.
Muriel Davis
Beauty Therapist
Glamour Spot
www.glamourspot.com.au

I view my regular advertising in 'Working Women' magazine as a form of networking. I can reach readers all over Australia through this consistently high quality magazine, which always has inspirational articles and interesting snippets. I advertise in order to keep my business 'out there in front' of readers who I may never get to meet, but with whom I hope to do business with. People still like to sit down with a cup of tea and peruse a magazine as a break away from the computer, so I find the magazine just as important as the internet.
Karen Curran
Owner/Manager
Unicorn Graphics
www.unicorngraphics.com.au

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