Time Inc. UK has announced the launch of Cake International, the official magazine of the show with the same name.
Cake International is organised by Time Inc. UK's craft events business, ICHF Events.
Cake International magazine will be published monthly. Melanie Underwood, events manager of the Cake International Show and commissioning editor of the magazine said: “It’s been truly exciting to see how the show has expanded over the years, and introducing the magazine to the market is a reflection on how significant it really is. We wanted to recognise the growing trend in cake decorating by encapsulating all that’s great about it and produce a monthly magazine to enable consumers to read and experiment in the comfort of their own homes. The show and magazine really complement one another and are certainly a must for cake lovers.”
Priced at £4.99 (€5.90), the first issue of Cake International will hit newsstands on 16 September.
Time Inc. UK is a member of FIPP.
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