Magazine Profile

AGROCOMPASS

“AgroCompass” magazine 96 pages: modern vision, innovation, working ideas

Format: monthly
Total print: 18,000 copies.
Subscription: 17,000 copies.

“AgroCompass” magazine is the largest and most luxurious magazine about agribusiness on Bulgarian market. Informative, innovative, critical, seeking and saying… Its various incarnations and flavors show only one – the right direction in modern agribusiness.

The source of our ideas is all, that is important for farmers in Bulgaria
Inspired and challenged by the dynamic situation in agriculture in our country, we travel throughout the country, we meet with various specialists, farmers, entrepreneurs, and seek the best in agricultural production, achieved with hard work and ambition. Through the pages of the magazine, readers attend the largest exhibitions, forums, seminars and discussions, that take place in Bulgaria and abroad. We also introduce them with priority with high-tech machinery, high-yield seeds, fertilizers and pesticides, which have shown the best results in practice.

We get better and better
Since the establishment of the magazine in 2006 till nowadays, our goal is the same – to grow up, to improve, to get perfect… And evaluation of achieved results we get by readers’ questions, by the huge interest in the product and by the constantly increasing number of subscribers. As a proof of the prestige of the issue is the fact that the biggest agribusiness companies have choosen its pages to present their activities and innovative products that will facilitate work in agriculture and increase farmers’ profits.

Flexible marketing solutions
Priority for us is distribution of the magazine by subscription, and nowadays we are happy with our long term partners: about 18 thousand subscribers – farmers, agronomists, distributors and representatives of leading Bulgarian and foreign companies in the field of agricultural technology, seed production, plant protection, food industry, agricultural pharmacy, research institutes and universities, NGOs and associations of production and processing industry.