Business Now

Work is in full swing on the first bumper edition of Business Now Magazine, the sister brand of, which will be released in summer. With no strings attached, Business Now Magazine will have a premium look and feel to it, and will have the highest printing specifications on the local media landscape.

The publication also benefits from a premium distribution network in the corporate, business and financial sectors, granting it by far the strongest distribution in the market.

Business Now, like, is owned and managed by Content House Group, Malta’s largest media organisation in the corporate and business news market. Content House Group already owns and manages several brands in the B2B segment including and its sister brand Malta Business Who’s Who annual publication, and its sister brand MaltaCEOs annual publication, iGaming Capital Magazine and (the latter will be launched in June).

Business Now Magazine is backed by a large editorial team of business writers, business journalists and editors, as well as a strong team of executives in the Group’s corporate sales and business development division. Matthew Spiteri, Senior Partner and Director of Corporate Sales & Business Development at Content House Limited, said the company was delighted by the positive feedback received from the B2B and corporate markets: “Notwithstanding the pandemic, the market has understood that we’ve conceived a post-Covid media brand, with a new look and feel, fresh content approach, a targeted and robust distribution channel that makes sense in this day and age, as well as bumper and comprehensive editions with a long shelf life. Business Now is not a traditional platform. We have ensured that Business Now is a magazine for today and tomorrow. We are happy to say that the local market participation in Business Now Magazine is much stronger than our forecast and in a pandemic scenario, that is indeed very encouraging.”

The Editor of Business Now Magazine is Sarah Micallef, the Head of Content at Content House and currently also the Editor of Sarah is one of the most experienced professionals in editing high-end premium publications. All in all, Business Now Magazines will be published as a polished, thick bumper edition with high printing specifications and a refined look and feel.

One of the strengths of the publication is its tailor-made distribution network – Business Now will be reaching businesspeople and people who matter in business directly.


  • A large number of CEOs and business leaders
  • A large number of companies and businesses operating in different sectors including the services sector, manufacturing, retail, ICT, property and real estate, retail, importation, shipping and freight, new technology and many more
  • Banks in Malta
  • iGaming companies in Malta
  • Ambassadors, embassies and consulates operating in Malta
  • Government agencies, authorities, corporations and public entities
  • Government ministries and parliamentary secretariates
  • Leading law firms and lawyers, as well as corporate and fiduciary firms
  • Leading accountancy firms, auditors and management consultancy firms 

You may view a dummy copy of Business Now to get a glimpse of its look and feel. A dummy hard copy is being distributed to leading business leaders, CEOs and companies. The covers that are appearing in the photo linked to this article are also dummy cover shots.  

For more information contact Content House on 21 320713 or send us an email on

*The publication covers included in the above image and that used on social media are dummy covers. 


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