It occupies some of the country’s most prized real estate – from top corporations to the homes of startups. That’s because The Australian Financial Review speaks to influential and ambitious individuals in every sector, intent on staying in the know.
The Financial Review connects to its community of influencers, leaders, policy makers, professionals, entrepreneurs and investors with bold perspectives and incisive reporting. How solid really is that ASX company’s leadership, that university’s reform programme, that government’s pledge to support business? The AFR is never one-dimensional and its line of inquiry is supported by top journalists and award-winning platforms – the newspaper, website, tablet app and invite-only events. All are integrated with rich, targeted ad campaigns.
Through the knowledge and experience of Australia’s largest dedicated business newsroom, the AFR provides the information and insights our audiences need to be successful.
Source: emma conducted by Ipsos MediaCT | People 14+ for the 12 months ending Feb 2016 | Nielsen Digital Ratings Monthly Feb 2016.
- 20% 14 to 29
- 30% 30 to 44
- 33% 45 to 64
- 16% 65 Plus
- 44% Managers
- 8% C-Suites
- 25% Business Decision Makers
- 6% Technical Trades
- 2% Community & Personal Services
- 7% Clerical & Administrative
- 4% Sales
Total digital readership
Time Per Person (hh:mm:ss)0:12:11
Total digital overview
Adaptive SiteAfr.com is a premium multi-platform experience, meaning not just access to content from our award-winning journalists across all devices, but more ways for advertisers to reach out to our premium audience. With the new afr.com built to adapt to any device including tablet, this ensures AFR users have the best reading experience possible. Having the site automatically detect how the user is accessing the site and adjusting the display accordingly allows for easy navigation and a great browsing experience.
Time Per Person (hh:mm:ss)0:16:30