New York—Inc. magazine has rolled out a print redesign with its June issue. The new design aligns the print product more closely with Inc.'s digital properties, a statement from Inc. said.
The redesigned magazine features upgraded paper and cover stock, bolder typefaces, more white space, generous use of photography and a new organizational structure.
Over the next 12 months, Inc. will unveil new sections covering Money, Technology and “Lessons From the Inc. 500.” Sections that highlight different elements of the entrepreneurial experience will include a mix of short articles, infographics, columns and in-depth articles.
“The redesign focuses on the changing needs of our advertisers as well,” said John Tebeau, group publisher, in the statement. “We've created a richer production environment that fully embraces native content and provides more compelling integration of advertiser brands within our new structure.”
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