Press Releases • Aug 30, 2018 08:00 BST
Readly, the global digital magazine newsstand, today announced it has raised €10m in additional funding to drive the next stage of its growth. The latest round of funding comes from new investor Swedish fund Swedbank Robur and London based Zouk Capital. The company will use the funds to further its international expansion and support growth in its existing markets.
Press Releases • Aug 02, 2018 13:33 BST
Readly digital news stand – this summer’s must have family app
Press Releases • Jun 15, 2018 10:46 BST
Press Releases • Mar 22, 2018 11:19 GMT
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Press Releases • Mar 06, 2018 16:03 GMT
Your favourite holiday reads all in one app. It’s in your pocket! A new way of reading this season with Readly
Press Releases • Feb 27, 2018 16:01 GMT
Readly building a platform for the magazine industry - over 13 million digital magazine issues sold in 2017
Press Releases • Feb 15, 2018 21:29 GMT
As the magazine industry pores over the latest set of ABC figures, with the usual picture of mixed results, Readly, the digital magazine newsstand, has delivered a massive 53% year-on-year rate of growth for the July to December 2017 period.
Press Releases • Feb 12, 2018 09:51 GMT
Press Releases • Feb 12, 2018 09:31 GMT
The UK’s sixth largest consumer magazine company, has launched the bulk of its portfolio of magazine brands on to the digital magazine newsstand, Readly. With immediate effect, 19 Dennis titles go live with Readly.
Press Releases • Sep 11, 2017 12:12 BST
The Times Literary Supplement, the world’s leading literary journal, has joined the digital magazine newsstand, Readly, with immediate effect.
Press Releases • May 17, 2017 08:00 BST
Stockholm, Sweden: 17 May 2017: Readly, the digital magazine newsstand, today announced it has raised €13m in additional funding to drive the next stage of its development. The series B funding comes from Zouk Capital and Hermes GPE as well as from existing shareholders.
News • Apr 11, 2017 14:19 BST
A better magazine reading experience for smaller screens