Working Women ® magazine
Our highly respected publication is a much-loved read by working women across the Nation. Distributed exclusively to WNA Members, the printed version of Working Women is read each quarter by over 20,000 business and professional women, many of whom share it with their business colleagues, family and friends.
Now also produced and distributed digitally - Working Women is read online by thousands across the globe, offering advertisers an outstanding reach to our very targetted women in business demographic.
She’s smart, savvy, switched on and spending. Want to be on her ‘must do’ list? Advertise in our next issue.
In its 20th year of production Working Women is energetic and carries a unique mix of business and lifestyle topics. The magazine has carved its position as a market leader, keeping its readers informed and up-to-date on the latest business trends, ideas and concepts. Read quarterly by a primary and secondary readership of over 20,000 business and professional women, the magazine presents advertisers with a unique opportunity to build rapport with thousands of our loyal and committed female readers. The magazine’s secondary readership continues to grow with 45 per cent of our readers reporting that they share their magazine with an average network of five business colleagues and friends.
who she is
Our reader is dynamic, vibrant and 25+. She is calmly confident, always looking for new or interesting and exciting opportunities that stretch her both personally and professionally. She typically balances both career and family. Working Women magazine is an anticipated read that she enjoys and trusts. The magazine has a strong relationship with readers creating a powerful relationship that advertisers can tap in to. 75 per cent of our readers come from the ever-increasing small business sector with the balance of 25 per cent being read by those employed in executive and senior management positions.
where is she
The current readership break-down stats in Australia:
what she wants
Our reader is aspiring towards a lifestyle that offers greater balance both professionally and personally. Working Women is her favourite guide as each quarter it continues to deliver the perfect mix of information and inspiration on how she can achieve the balance she desires. Our research shows that 50 per cent of our readers retain their magazines for one year and beyond, archiving them as a reference point for making future purchasing decisions.
what she says
For over 19 years business women across the country have been enjoying each and every edition of Working Women. Check out what women have to say about our magazine and you'll soon realise why our subsciptions and readership is expanding so rapidly.
how we connect you with her
Working Women offers advertisers a quality environment in both terms of editorial content and production. It provides an outstanding opportunity for advertisers to showcase their products and services to the very lucrative female business market. Position your products and services in close proximity to the ever-growing businesswomen’s market.©
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To discuss your advertising needs or any other matter relating to Working Women, please contact Nikita Harris, National Advertising Manager, on T: 1800 052 476. Or you may prefer to email Nikita at E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nikita's been with Working Women for over 11 years and therefore brings a wealth of experience to her role. Her mission is to meet our advertisers' expectations and requirements. She has also built a reputation as a specialist in assisting first time advertisers. Needless to say she is very generous, patient and goes to untold lengths to ensure all of our advertisers, be they rookies or veterans, have a memorable and pleasant experience when securing advertising in our magazine.
Your advertisement will be tailored and cared for throughout the entire process by Nikita. This means that from beginning to end you'll benefit through individual attention to detail and communication. Nikita's top priority is to ensure that YOUR brand and profile is continuously building with our 20,000 readers.
'Working Women' is a registered trade mark of Women’s Network Australia Pty Ltd.