Forbes Asia

Launched in 2005, Forbes Asia serves as Asia-Pacific’s definitive voice celebrating entrepreunerial capitalism and business. Written and edited specifically for Asia-based top management, entrepreneurs and those aspiring to positions of corporate leadership, Forbes Asia chronicles wealth creation, entrepreunerial success and economic growth throughout Asia.


presents relevant local features and authoritative reporting with every issue giving equal weight to original Asia-specific articles and the best of Forbes from the rest of the world

Each issue identifies and profiles Asia’s noteworthy individuals – from the richest people to the most remarkable philanthropists, as well as the leaders of the region’s best performing publicly listed companies, big and small. Forbes Asia presents relevant local features and authoritative reporting with every issue giving equal weight to original Asia-specific articles and the best of Forbes from the rest of the world
+400,000 readers of the higher profiles
Monthly distribution::
ASEAN: 75% (Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, Brunei, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam)
China: 5%
Hong Kong: 5%
India: 5%
South Korea: 10%
84% Male
16% female
Average Personal Income
Average Net Worth
Owner / Partner / Top Management
Business Decision Makers
Average Air Trips
Average Hotel Nights
Forbes Asia ranks #1, in the business competitive set, reaching the most influential and engaged audience of:
- C-Suite & Top Management
- Business Decision Makers
- IT Decision Makers
- First/Business Class Travelers

The Washington Post

The Washington Post is a newspaper of record in the United States. It is the most widely distributed daily in the Washington D.C. area, and was founded in 1877, making it the region’s oldest newspaper. It is a leading international source of information for opinion leaders and decision-makers around the globe, and has won 45 Pulitzer prizes throughout its history. The Washington Post has unrivalled reach and influence thanks to its unmatched print and web penetration.
In 2013, the founder and CEO of Amazon Jeff Bezos bought The Washington Post for $250 million. At the time, The Post was a legacy media company facing years of decline. Despite having had no previous experience in the newspaper business, in less than three years Bezos completely changed the prospects of the newspaper. Rather than interfering with its editorial direction, Bezos has taken a more hands-on approach to the business and technology sides of The Post to reinvent it as a "media and technology company." Consequently, with Bezos sharpening The Post’s digital-era focus, it revamped its website and mobile apps. It also developed its Arc publishing software, which gives better analytics and marketing features for the publication and a powerful set of tools for editors, designers and site producers. The result is higher traffic to The Post’s website and its readership has skyrocketed. In October 2015 The Washington Post even surpassed The New York Times in US unique web visitors.


is a newspaper of record in the United States. It is the most widely distributed daily in the Washington D.C. area.

Daily content: World-class coverage of the day’s most important local, national and international news, including thought-provoking features, editorials and PowerPost (formally The Fed Page), which focuses on the inner workings of Washington politics. The Washington Post’s exceptional editorial depth and breadth satisfies the interests of readers across its multimedia platforms.
Monday-Friday: 388,434
Sunday: 579,160
Monday-Friday: 1.105.375
Sunday: 1.534.198
A 18 – 49 Reach: 40%
Average HHI: $.104.000
Male/ Female: 47% / 53%
% College Grad+: 45%
*Source: Nielsen Scarborough 2015, Release 1

El País

Spain’s most important daily newspaper. It reaches the most influential political, economic, financial, technological and commercial business leaders and decision makers in Spain


Monday to Friday, 292,000 copies are circulated daily around Spain with a total of 1.8 million readers.

Part of Grupo PRISA, the world’s leading Spanish and Portuguese-language business group in the fields of education, information, news and entertainment First published on May 4, 1976, just as Spain was beginning its transition from dictatorship to democracy.

The Miami Herald

Our reports are proudly distributed with the most influential paper in the South of Florida in two versions; English with The Miami Herald, winner of 20 Pulitzer Prizes, and in Spanish with El Nuevo Herald, an award-winning Spanish-language publication, in 2002 it won the Ortega & Gasset award for the best newspaper in Spanish.


With 1.3 Million readers The Miami Herald is the MOST read newspaper in the whole of South Florida and the Nuevo Herald is the largest and most read Spanish newspaper in the market.

The Miami Herald's coverage of Latin American and Hispanic affairs is widely considered among the best of U.S. newspapers

Miami & South Florida

Miami is the connection point between Latin America and the whole of the United States.
Florida is recognized for its infrastructure and open trade environment. Through its ports and airports, the Miami Customs district moves over 50bn annually South Florida is the largest banking district in the US after New York City.

Fox business network

FOX Business Network is a 24-hour financial news channel delivering real-time information across all platforms that affect Main Street and Wall Street. FBN debuted in October 2007 under the leadership of FOX News Chairman-CEO Roger Ailes and is now available in more than 70 million homes in major markets across the U.S.


FBN is comprised of some of television's biggest brand names.

FBN is comprised of some of television's biggest brand names, including Don Imus, Maria Bartiromo, Stuart Varney, Charles Payne, Deirdre Bolton, Melissa Francis, Charlie Gasparino, Liz Claman, David Asman, Gerri Willis, Neil Cavuto and Lou Dobbs. The network's programs continue to feature prominent and exclusive guests, and deliver to the affluent decision-making audience

Network profile:

Target audience: Affluent business decision-makers, small-business owners, C-suite executives and active investors. FBN delivers viewers with the highest net worth of any cable network, $681,800.
FBN is growing: More than 60 million subscribers as of April 2012, up 122 percent since launch and 15 percent year to year. FBN viewership is up 38 percent in total business day and 20 percent in prime time with adults 25 to 54. Also available on DirecTV, Dish, FIOS and U-Verse.


A 26 year-old leading financial magazine. Published in both Spanish and Portuguese. Latin America’s first source of information on economy, finance and analysis.
The Portuguese edition is published in Brazil and has a readership of 130,800 and a circulation of 40,380 copies. The online version is a reference source for over two million readers seeking thorough and accurate analyses of politics and economics in Latin America.


The Spanish edition is published in Chile and has a readership of 192,600 and a circulation of 60,000 copies in ALL OF THE SPANISH-SPEAKING LATIN AMERICA.

Provides the widest coverage of Latin American markets with an independent, global perspective.

Large readership:

99,800 copies distributed monthly
323,400 readers
18 countries
+182,000 registered users
+ 2 million monthly page views
+500,000 unique visitors

Select readership:

84% are Top Management
78% make purchase decisions in their respective business divisions
68% work for a multi-Latina or global multinational
87% conduct cross-border business in Latin America
23% work for companies that annually gross US$60+ million
92% have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree
32% are Directors or Presidents
19% are General Managers
37% are Area Managers
43% hold a post-graduate degree
From Madrid to Buenos Aires and Miami to Brasilia, AméricaEconomía is what politicians and CEOs read to stay informed about Latin America.