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About The Recycler
First published in December 1992, TheRecycler is all about information; information that informs. Today’s remanufacturers and channel supply professionals face the pressures of producing measurable results utilising a myriad of information sources – so many, that at times it can be difficult to sort out which ones actually inform and help. As a result, every page of The Recycler focuses on the key issues that are important to you.
Editorially, TheRecycler focuses on the latest developments in the independent imaging market from what the OEM’s are doing to the latest in the dealer channel, but the core of our editorial thinking is the independent imaging remanufacturer and producer. Throughout the year, our editors provide our audience with up-to-date news and information content through a variety of means including The Recycler magazine and website, eNewsletters, white papers,eBooks, face-to-face events, and more.
We try to persuade you with the quality, not quantity of the information we present. The Recycler is and always has been independent.
Who produces The Recycler
There is a company behind this magazine: it’s called Recycler Publishing & Events Ltd. Our primary business is this magazine.
The Recycler family: David Connett (Owner, publisher,editor-in-chief), Stefanie Unland (deputy publisher, runs the business), WilliamRosczcyk (trainee deputy editor), Matthew Brown (associate editor), Khai TrungLe (editorial intern), Jane Wyatt (research), Ian Winter (designer), MarkExcell (Web developer), Jessica-Jane Fox (intern – TV production), Michael St.John & Owen Johnson (commercial), Olivia Stephens & Beverly Heugh(Audience Services) Jill Wheeler & Marzena Hillier (support)
Send your articles and see our family grow
If you’re passionate about writing and would like to become a part of our editorial team at The Recycler, we’d be happy to have you on our team! We’re always looking for dedicated members to join our staff and work with us in the lovely Cotswold town of Witney (United Kingdom). You’ll need a good command of English (and knowing German or another language wouldn’t hurt either). If you’re interested, please don’t hesitate to send us your resume.
Some interesting web facts
475,480 page visits in the 12 months to 31 July 2011
228,596 unique visitors in the 12 months to 31 July 2011
4,092 stories publishedonline to July 2011
2.08 pages read per visit
Advertising with The Recycler
We offer some attractive ad spots in our magazine and online. Please send a brief email to Stefanie Unland; she will contact you as soon as possible. Please note, dear advertiser, that we would never publish paid content or write reviews about you, nor write about your product unless we found it to be useful to our readership community. The articles we publish are objective; the quality of each article is defined by the extent of our impartiality and the worth and value to our readers. We respect our readers and work to protect their interests. This is the main principle of our work.