Strong first half for The Sunday Business Post

Strong first half for The Sunday Business Post

The Sunday Business Post has outperformed the newspaper market with a fall of just 0.1 per cent year-on-year in print and e-reader sales

The Sunday Business Post has maintained its position as the home of quality independent business, economics and political journalism. It has outperformed the newspaper market with a fall of just 0.1 per cent year-on-year in print and e-reader sales.

The Sunday Business Post had a combined average Sunday sale of 31,338 for its print and e-reader editions in the first half of 2018, new figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) demonstrate.

The Sunday Business Post figure compares with a decline of 3.9 per cent in the Sunday quality market, and an industry average decline of just under 8 per cent.

The headline circulation figure includes paid-for e-reader sales of 2,631. The Sunday Business Post newspaper operates a hard paywall on its website and believes in quality paid-for content.

Siobhán Lennon, chief executive of The Sunday Business Post, said: “The Sunday Business Post believes in quality content, strong opinion and rigorous analysis. Our print and digital success is a testament to The Sunday Business Post team and its enduring commitment to being both a champion of Irish business and a home for independent journalism.”

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