The journal is intended for middle and higher company management, designers and technologists, importers and exporters, workers in research and development as well as teachers and students of universities and secondary technical schools.
Circulation: The average circulation of the journal is 9,000 copies. A part of the circulation is intended for the Slovak market.
Periodicity: 10 issues annually
Distribution: Journal issues focusing on a specific topic are distributed directly to the users of given products (direct mailing).
Price per copy: 2,60 euro
For more information contact the advertising manager.
The editorial team of MM Industrial Spectrum offers to arrange advertisement in foreign versions of the journal. To find out where in the world MM is published, go to the section MM in the World.
Technical articles MM Industrial Spectrum offers to publish your technical articles entirely free of charge. The only condition is a high technical standard of the article. For more information contact one of the editors.
The following is evident from the results of the surveys Decision-makers in mechanical engineering and Readers in the field of mechanical engineering, carried out by the GFK Praha-Media company:
• MM Industrial Spectrum is the most widely read journal of mechanical engineering in the Czech Republic.
• One issue of the MM Industrial Spectrum is on average read by 25,000 mechanical engineers with decision-making powers. The journal has a high number of loyal readers.
• They are often company directors (managing, sales or technical directors) or managers reporting directly to the director.
• They are in charge of managing other workers. 51 % of them manage 15 and more subordinate workers.
• They are decision-makers or they participate significantly in the decision-making process (69%).
• As for products, they make decisions in particular about machinery, technology and accessories (80%).
• Most often they work in companies specializing in metal production, metal processing, metal surface finishing and metal products manufacturing.
• More than 60 % of the readers are university educated.
• Almost 70 % have technical education.