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Trust – lateral thinking – learning
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Trust – lateral thinking – learning

Deutscher Fachverlag (dfv) in Frankfurt is one of the largest independent specialist media companies in Europe. TW is one of 90 or so trade publications in the dfv portfolio and specialises in congresses, events and incentives.

Trust: relationships and expertise that have been built up over the years

Trust is the basis of all our business relationships: TW has been published in German and English for more than 35 years. During this time, it has amassed a great deal of specialist knowledge and even more experience in the meetings industry. Which is why the most important meeting planners, trade associations and trade fairs (e.g. ICCA, MPI, AIPC, GCB, EVVC, IMEX, IMEX America, EIBTM, AIME, ITB, BTS, Conventa) trust in the expertise of our team.

Lateral thinking: fresh marketing ideas in the print, online and social web world.

Trade journalism is our business: we support the work of key decision-makers in the MICE sector worldwide by publishing the latest surveys, exclusive case studies and thoroughly researched reports. As a full-service agency, we also develop marketing concepts and advise service providers on matters relating to their (online) marketing and the social web.

Knowledge concentrated under one prestigious roof

TW is part of a strong community: with its subsidiaries and interests in related companies in Germany and abroad, Deutscher Fachverlag GmbH publishes around 90 trade magazines in the fields of retailing and wholesaling, the consumer goods industry, communications and market research. The publishing house currently has 835 employees worldwide. Our affiliate The Conference Group supplements our range of print and online products with top events, conferences and award shows.

Key figures at a glance:

  • Frequency of publication: Five times a year (March, May, July, October, November) + special 'Green Meetings' brochure (November)
  • Print run: No. of copies of each issue (IVW, QII 2011), print run: 20,000, distributed circulation: 19,928
  • Geographical distribution (source: sales figures): German-speaking countries: 15,935; rest of Europe: 2,972; worldwide: 1,021