Build a successful publishing business with Haymarket Licensing
Haymarket has 127 different magazine and website licenses in more than 29 different languages. We work with more than 80 publishers in 42 territories worldwide.
At Haymarket we are focused on working together with our licence partners to build successful businesses from our market-leading brands.
Through our licensing consultancy service we share our experience and expertise, which comes from Haymarket’s deep understanding of the product areas and markets in which we operate.
In addition to licensing our world-famous brands and market-leading content, partners can expect to benefit from a range of services designed to help build a profitable business. These include:
If you are a like-minded publisher who shares our passion for quality we’d love you to join us.
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We have a licensing account management team dedicated to ensuring that partners receive all the help they need to publish successful titles in their market.
From licensee training courses and conferences, through to the provision of sales, marketing, promotional material and research, Haymarket will assist every step of the way.
We have a secure website dedicated to delivering content to our licensed partners. All images, page layout files and text can be downloaded directly as they become available, enabling publishers to work in parallel with our own publishing schedules.
"We are not just a licensee to Haymarket... we feel we are in a huge partnership, where they take care of us - Haymarket gives us fast, easy solutions to our problems."
"We have licensed four titles from Haymarket within a 10 month period. This, with the rest of our activities, has enabled us to increase our portfolio by 10 products year on year, making Catcha the fastest growing and now largest English language publisher in our market, which is enabling us to increase our presence regionally and internationally."
"Licensing one of the most established, internationally recognised and respected motoring magazine brands, Autocar, has enabled us to exceed our expected advertising revenues by 175 per cent. Advertisers already knew, fully understood and trusted the product we presented to them, even before we had published our first issue."
"We launched What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision under license from Haymarket in 2002. The power of the What Hi-Fi? brand gave us a head start over the competition from the beginning. Advertisers understood what the brand represented and readers recognised the quality of the editorial product as vastly superior to anything else in the market. Within a very short time, it became the clear market leader. Haymarket’s approach has been to take an active interest and develop an understanding of publishing in our territory to help us to grow into new market sectors, resulting in ITC launching four further Haymarket titles in two years."