GEM Magazine

GEM Magazine is Birmingham’s most talked about city magazine. It contains inspirational and entertaining features which inform readers of the positive aspects of their city and provides a valued resource to them. It has a circulation of 17,000, with 16,000 delivered door to door to ABC1 households in Birmingham. It helps advertisers’ businesses to thrive. For more information see GEM Magazine

Contract Publishing

You can outsource your contract publishing needs to us for leaflets, brochures, catalogues, in house magazines, prospectuses, event programmes and many more. We will even sell the advertising in your publication if you require this.

Leaflet Distribution

With our in-house distribution team, we are able to distribute your leaflets/literature to a targeted audience with our GEM Magazine or to a tailored distribution map. For more information about how we distribute GEM magazine see distribution

Event Management

Whether you need event management for a corporate dinner, awards ceremony, for a festival, a fashion show, a conference, an exhibition or a fundraising event, our events team can do it all.

Bespoke Websites & Hosting

We create each website bespoke to the customer. We will take your ideas and produce the website to your requirements. We offer competitive web hosting.

Bespoke Software Development

We provide software development services to help you bring your software ideas to life.

Dear Carole (GEM Editor)

I just wanted to let you know that I was at a meeting last night planning the launch meeting of our Campaign for Regional Broadcasting Midlands.

Anyway one of my committee colleagues works in Five Ways and your magazine is delivered to the reception of where he works, so we ended up discussing your magazine and saying how fabulous it is with such upbeat articles about Birmingham.

Plus fabulous articles about the creative people who live and work here such as Natasha.

Thanks for making such a positive publication for Birmingham.

Keep up the good work.
Lots of love
TRACEY

— Tracey Briggs