After 20 years as the leading authority for senior financial executives, the Economist Group publication is expanding its editorial coverage and moving to a perfect-bound format. CFO previewed the redesign, created by David Armario Design, at a special event for readers and advertisers today.
“Over the past 20 years, we’ve seen the evolution of the CFO from financial tactician to major strategic leader with the key decision-making responsibility,” said CFO’s publisher, Kevin Quinlan. “Our investment in the magazine at this time reflects our wish to offer more content to those readers every month.”
Expanded Editorial Coverage
CFO will add four new sections to the magazine beginning in September. “Insight,” a report on ideas that shape corporate strategy; “View from…,” a global perspective on recent events from the editors of CFO Europe and CFO Asia; “Ten Questions,” a tightly focused interview of a prominent executive; and “By the Numbers,” a page of statistics culled from CFO’s original research.
“The new sections and expanded page count reflect the expanded responsibilities of our audience,” said Julia Homer, editor in chief of CFO. “At the same time, the more-contemporary type font (Warnock) and liberal use of white space will improve the readability of individual articles.”
About CFO Publishing
CFO is owned by CFO Publishing, an Economist Group business. With a rate base of 450,000, CFO is the leading business publication for C-level and senior financial executives. CFO reaches an international audience of corporate leaders with its global group of magazines (CFO IT, CFO Europe, CFO Asia, and CFO China) in addition to CFO Executive Programs, CFO Research Services, and the Website CFO.com. Each month, CFO.com reaches an audience of more than 235,000 senior executives and provides a comprehensive resource center and strategic forum for online discussions.