Knowledge Fountain Business Magazine has recently been receiving rave reviews from around the UK for its new look logo and bare knuckled business advice. The publication is the first of its kind in the UK, by promoting Black enterprises and brands via a compact 20 page magazine format.
After being in the public domain since 2005, its owners felt that it was necessary to change its logo to reflect its new market positioning.
Dr. Victor Thompson, founder and director of Knowledge Fountain explained:
“I am pleased with the responses to our new logo and content. Just last year the impact of our publication was recognised by the Metropolitan University and that gave us access to great publicity. Now, due to our shift in market positioning, many entrepreneurs are emailing us with words of support and telling us fabulous business stories.
This proves that Black entrepreneurs are doing well in the UK, contrary to what other media sources may say.”
Knowledge Fountain is currently organising a series of networking events for 2010 aimed at businesses looking to expand into bigger markets. The publication is already well supported by business owners who like its feel and dynamism. In fact Knowledge Fountain now boasts one of the largest databases of Black enterprises in the UK.
Knowledge Fountain magazine is available to purchase online by visiting www.knowledgefountain.co.uk .
With the Black business community fast emerging as a key component in the UK SME sector, with more start-ups being formed by Black business owners than any other ethnic group. The Knowledge Fountain magazine is already seen as being the voice for Black enterprise in the UK.