The TFM Magazine Audience
Although B-BBEE compliance and transformation are exceptionally niche, the audience is extremely broad. The TFM Magazine distribution spans across all sectors, explicitly targetting Boards of Directors as well as Transformation, Human Resources, Procurement, Training and Marketing Departments of Large Enterprises, Qualifying Small Enterprises and Exempt MicroEnterprises.
Organisations who form part of our targeted distribution and subscription include, however, are not limited to:
ABB, ABI, AECI, AIG Insurance, Alexander Forbes, Altron, ArcelorMittal South Africa, AVI , Avenge Trident Steel, Avis Fleet Services, Barclays Africa Group, Barloworld Automation, BASF, Basil Reed, BDO South Africa, Belgotex, B-BBEE Commission, BHP Billiton, Bidvest Industrial, Bidvest Group, BMW, Bridgestone SA, Business Connexion, Clicks Group, Clover, De Beers Group, Danone, Dell Computers, Denel, Deustche Bank, e-Deaf, EOH, Ethos Private Equity, Expeditors, EY, Ford, Group Five, Fuchs Lubricants South Africa, Hollard, Imperial Logistics, Investec, Italtile, Joe Public United, Jojo Tanks, LaFarge, Lenovo, Loreal South Africa, Mccann, McCarthy, Mercedes Benz, Mckinsey Corp, MMI Holdings, Mnet, MultiChoice, Murray& Roberts, Neotel, Nissan SA, Novus Group, Ogilvy & Mather, Philips SA, Pick ‘n Pay, Raubex, Saatchi & Saatchi, SAAB Grintek Defense, SAB Miller, SANAS, Schneider Electric, Servest Group, Shell SA, South African Breweries, Stefanutti Stocks, TBWA, T-Systems, Tiger Brands, Total, Thales, The Robor Group, UPS, Virgin Active, Vodacom, Volkswagen, Vunani Capital, WBHO, Wits University and Zurich.
|Media Brand:||TFM Magazine|
|Booking Deadline:||October 20th 2018|
|Cancellation Policy:||14 working days prior to publication date.|
|Creative Material Deadline:||November 5th 2018|
|Creative Restrictions:||Approval by TFM Magazine Publisher prior to publication.|
|Creative Production Services Included:||Yes|
Since the distribution of its maiden issue in 2013, the core objective of TFM Magazine has been to produce content that addresses the practical day-to-day aspects of understanding and implementing B-BBEE. By promoting the holistic benefits of transformation, TFM Magazine’s vision is to shift B-BBEE from being a pre-requisite mandate to an intrinsic part of every organisation’s DNA.
TFM Magazine is the first specialist, industry-specific, business-to-business publication focusing on the Amended Codes and Sector Codes of Good Practice. Content aligns the expectations of all Codes with Legislative Acts, the Regulations thereof and peripheral compliance, to support the founding principles of B-BBEE.
Each issue provides insightful comment with in-depth and relevant analysis of developments relating to trends in B-BBEE compliance and legislation. It further unpacks the ever-changing and complex elements of B-BBEE in ‘layman’s terms’. Focus is placed on credible Socio-Economic Development, Enterprise and Supplier Development, as well as Skills Development initiatives based on their good governance principles and sustainability. Vital to each issue is providing the tools for organisations to integrate persons with disabilities into their workforce.
Connect with families via the Things to do With Kids recipe page! Now is the time to create positive associations with your future customers.
Tuks FM has an average monthly listenership of 36 000, as well as a huge, active social media following: +171 400 Twitter followers, +79 600 likes on Facebook and +4 200 followers on Instagram. We target listeners between the ages of 16 and 24 in the SEM 7-10 bracket.
Forty percent of recorded adverts will air in peak times (06:00 - 09:00 & 15:00 - 18:00) while the remaining 60% will air in off peak times (09:00 - 15:00 & 18:00 - 22:00 as well as weekends). Adverts can be recorded and produced for an additional cost of R2500.00 excluding VAT.