Dennis Publishing

Location

Kyiv, Amosova

Website

dennis.co.uk

Open positions

3

Dennis  is one of the UK’s top magazine and online publishers and one of the most innovative, successful and respected publishers across the world. As the 6th largest consumer magazine publisher, Dennis has transformed its business from its traditional print publishing roots to a true multi-platform, award-winning media company, with a group turnover of over £130m.

The company has launched and owned some of the world’s biggest global magazine and online brands – including Alphr, Den of Geek, The Week and Buyacar. Today, Dennis is one of the most dynamic media companies in the UK. The company’s portfolio of over 30 brands operates in four areas of excellence: Current Affairs, Technology, Automotive and Lifestyle, reaching over 50million unique users and selling over 2.5million magazines every month.

Facts about Dennis Publishing

  • Dennis was started by publishing mogul and entrepreneur Felix Dennis in London’s Fitzrovia in 1973, with its first magazine: Kung Fu Monthly. Dennis used the success of its first title to find the next big thing: computers. Under Felix’s guidance, Dennis launched and acquired a series of computer titles including Hi-fi Choice, PC Pro and Personal Computer World magazines. These titles quickly cemented Dennis as the leading technology publisher in the UK.
  • In 1995, Dennis launched Maxim, a title that began on the back of a beer mat and became the world’s biggest selling men’s lifestyle magazine and global brand. In 1996, Dennis acquired what is now Dennis’ flagship brand The Week. Over the following years the company published some of the biggest titles on the newsstand from all sectors – from Mac User, Stuff and Metal Hammer, to Viz, Bizarre and Poker Player.
  • Today, Dennis is one of the most dynamic media companies in the UK. As the 6th largest consumer magazine publisher, Dennis has transformed its business from its traditional print publishing roots to a true multi-platform, award-winning media company, with a group turnover of over £130m.
  • The company’s portfolio of over 30 brands operates in four areas of excellence: Current Affairs, Technology, Automotive and Lifestyle, reaching over 50million unique users and selling over 2.5million magazines every month.