Newstreet Publishers (Pty) Ltd opened its doors in 1996. Owner and managing editor June Maurhart, known and respected for many years in the publishing world, knew precisely which titles she wanted to launch and when!
The first publication to see the light of day was The Taverner, launched in November of that first year. From inception the magazine was positioned to embrace the needs of the diverse reader base in the on-consumption market. Her philosophy was and still is that it didn’t matter whether the reader was based in Sandton or Soweto, he or she needed to know about new product launches, how to mix a mean cocktail, look after keg or bottled beer, serve the best food, pair food and liquor, and how to run a more efficient operation. In a nutshell, anything and everything that would make life a little easier and certainly more entertaining.
The Taverner recently celebrated a millennium of good cheer, hard work and heartwarming support from the industries it serves.
The Taverner is published quarterly. Posted publications are addressed to the owner/managers of pubs, taverns, bars, sports and social clubs, and restaurants.
Non-posted copies are distributed through wholesale liquor outlets dealing specifically with the trade. Copies are also made available to various tavern associations, including SALTA, and their members throughout the country. Circulation of The Taverner is 7 500.
The editor of the Taverner is Thea Fox on (011) 447 1192 or e-mail email@example.com
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The Baker Magazine
The Baker emerged three short months later in early 1997 – its target market the professional baking and milling sectors.
It has during its ten-year history earned the respect of its reader base for its informative and trustworthy editorial.
The editorial coverage is as diverse as the industries it serves, carrying information on specialised ingredients, in-depth features, e.g. Mills and Milling, Bread Plant Systems, Water Chilling, In-store Bakeries, POS, Lubrication, Packaging, Pies and Pastry, Ovens and Ancillary Equipment etc. Other topics embrace Warehousing, Transport, HACCP, Labour Issues, Insurance, Finance and International News. In short, there’s something of interest for everyone.
The Baker, in A5 format, is published monthly from February to November. In December a Year Planner highlighting local and international baking shows is produced, and in January The Baker Annual Buyers Guide is published in an A4 format. The latter has grown in size and structure in recent years and is the acknowledged “bible” of the industries it serves. The circulation of the magazine
is 7 500.
The editor of The Baker is Monique Terrazas on (011) 447 1192 or 084 864 7024 or e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Baker Website
Building on the success of The Baker magazine this website was launched in late 2003. This venture was prompted by the growing belief and confidence in Internet communication – a belief unequivocally shared by Newstreet Publishers. While still maintaining an evident passion for the printed word, a compromise was clearly called for. By employing the professional skills at the company’s disposal and encouraging new and innovative concepts, The Baker now embraced both worlds. www.thebaker.co.za brings the baking, milling and confectionery industries and their suppliers together in one location, providing an invaluable communication to local and international news and information.
www.thebaker.co.za gives direct access online to The Baker magazine on a monthly basis, allowing browsers to select only those articles relevant to their business and interests. It further supplies a comprehensive database of support services, essential products and ingredients by category, ensuring direct access to company information and contact details. Updated on a regular basis, this is undeniably the most comprehensive specialist data base of suppliers to the baking, milling and confectionery industries both within the continent of Africa and internationally.
Visitors to www.thebaker.co.za are drawn from key personnel and decision makers of bakeries large, medium and small; mills; supermarkets; convenience stores; fast food chains; mines and hospitals; as well as suppliers of essential commodities. The average hit rate is 105 000 per month.
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Hospitality Forum Website
www.hospitalityforum.co.za is being marketed throughout sub-Saharan Africa reaching operations in Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The recipients include Front Office Management, Food and Beverage managers, chefs, banqueting managers, restaurant and club owners, sports/golf club managers, executive housekeepers, Operations and Maintenance personnel and procurement officers of hospitals and clinics.
Every second week industry-specific News Updates are posted on the site. These address such diverse topics as Food, Beverage and Catering Equipment, Décor and Lighting, Housekeeping and Management. As soon as these News Updates are “live”, a communication to this effect is forwarded to our more than 15 000 e-mail recipient database.
Provision has also been made for browsers to access venue activity on B&Bs, guesthouses, game lodges, hotels, spas, entertainment centres, conference facilities, restaurants and pubs.
The editor of Hospitality Forum is Thea Fox.
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