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

23rd August, 2018

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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