SME Media re-launches Aspire magazine

SME Media, Publisher of My Business magazine, has relaunched Aspire, a digital magazine that aims to inspire aspiring young start-ups and entrepreneurs, with the first issue published by SME Media now available in iTunes.

SME Media, Publisher of My Business magazine, has relaunched Aspire, a digital magazine that aims to inspire aspiring young start-ups and entrepreneurs, with the first issue published by SME Media now available in iTunes.

Originally launched in July 2012 by Sydney-based Nick Broadhurst, Aspire is a monthly, digital-only magazine that has gained a passionate following in a few short years. Having acquired Aspire from Broadhurst earlier this year, SME Media has published its first issue of Aspire, the December 2014 issue, which is available now for download in iTunes. 

Individual issues of Aspire can be purchased (current issue for $6.49, back issues for $4.99), or a 12-month subscription can be purchased for $24.99. Also, a free seven-day trial of Aspire is also available in iTunes. Moving forward, Aspire will also be made available on Android platforms via Google Play.

SME Media has appointed Sydney-based This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as Editor of Aspire. To give My Business readers a taste of what Aspire covers, here is just some of the content you’ll find in the December 2014 issue, which features Lisa Messsenger, from The Collective, on the cover. Download your free trial of Aspire here. Or visit www.theaspiremag.com for more information.
 

Game Changer: A conversation with Amir Zoghi on life, love and game changing. 

Share: Four Types of Social Media Personalities. 

Cover Story: The Rise of The Collective & Livingon Purpose with Lisa Messenger.  

Share: The Legal Implications For Emerging Business Models. 

Spotlight: Persistence of the Publicist From Radio DJ to PR Expert. 

Trailblazer: Coffee Cup Conservationist. 

Travel: Chasing the Whale Song. 

Do It Yourself: 10 Steps For DIY PR.  

Innovate: Mentorship Sparks A Tech Start-up That Empowers Women. 

Don’t Go to A Chinese Restaurant for Nachos: And other quick fixes for an expectation hangover.

 

 

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