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The first issue of The Treasurer magazine to be produced by CPL is published this month, featuring a new choice of paper to give the magazine a fresh, modern feel.
CPL won the contract to produce the magazine on behalf of the Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) during 2022, following a competitive tender process.
“After working with the ACT for the past few months and creating a range of content on digital channels, it’s lovely to be able to hold CPL’s first print issue of The Treasurer in our hands,” said director Sophie Hewitt-Jones.
The Treasurer has earned a strong reputation as a leading magazine in the professional membership sector – and CPL’s ambition is to build on and develop that reputation further.
“The new, matt paper stock and a change to a compostable wrapper is the most tangible change so far, but we are confident that we have more than matched the existing high-quality design and editorial content,” added Sophie, who has worked with colleagues including Phil Smith, Helen King, Kevin Reed and Maia Parratt to create and deliver CPL’s first issue of the magazine.
Anne Hogarth, director of marketing and communications at the ACT, said: “It’s great that the first issue of 2023 is now live in the members’ areas of our website and the print version is being distributed as we speak.
“Phil, Sophie and the teams at CPL and the ACT have put in a lot of good work and creativity over recent weeks and months and we look forward to continuing that momentum, across both digital and print channels, during the rest of 2023 and beyond.”
Topics covered in the issue include talent retention, cryptocurrencies, greenhouse gas disclosures, forecasting technology and some farewell thoughts from Caroline Stockmann, who is stepping back as chief executive of the ACT.