Shopping SA brings you cutting-edge news and features that are far-reaching, relevant and compelling.
Since January 2013 Shopping SA has been in the capable hands of a new publisher, bringing you an improved format, cutting-edge news and features that are far-reaching, relevant and compelling.
As times and technology advance, so too has our communication.
The SACSC will continue to deliver a top-notch publication to our members and regular readers every month, building on our excellent foundations. Our publication gives advertisers value for money as well as more content for readers to sink their teeth into.
Shopping SA is the only established magazine in South Africa devoted to the shopping centre industry with a circulation of 3,000 and a readership of approximately 10,000 — provided free to all SACSC members. In this exciting digital age of new media, Shopping SA’s reach will extend even further with the electronic version that is also distributed to our members, enabling them to enjoy the most recent news of Shopping SA wherever they are.
Shopping SA creates a stimulating, collaborative platform of information sharing. Content is targeted for relevance, spanning the latest economic indicators, industry trends, opinion leaders, people on the move, international news, features on new and refurbished shopping centres, legal matters, new products and processes as well as information on the SACSC itself. Topics cover the perspective of owners, managers, marketers, operation, retailers and consumers.
Please send any information for potential publication in Shopping SA, including news on developments, launches, movers and shakers, press releases and advert enquiries to ShoppingSA@sacsc.org.za or you can call SACSC directly on 010 300 6096.
Our continued goal and vision for the magazine remains to feature more original content from thought leaders and we hope you’re as excited as we are for Shopping SA to become an invaluable tool for you.
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