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Susan Eyo-Honesty

PUBLISHER’S PROFILE

Susan Eyo Honesty is a native of Cross River State, but born in Lagos, Nigeria. First child with 4 other siblings, she attended Lagos Anglican Girls Grammar School (0Level), Ahmadia College for her (A Level) certificate. She later attended the University of Lagos, where she graduated with a B.A in English. She has built a career as a Journalist, with a reputation for writing and criticizing fashion, amongst several other topical issues. She’s worked at Vintage People, where her career as a journalist started. She left for The News magazine, and then moved to Tempo magazine before joining City People in 1996 and grew to become the Deputy Editor-In-Chief. She worked there for 14 years, right from its inception, until September 2010, when she left to set up GLAM & ESSENCE MAGAZINE in February 2011.

Our Vision:

to be a leading lifestyle magazine that celebrates people, life’s goodness and essence.

Strategic Objectives

1. To be among the widest distributed and top selling lifestyle magazines in Nigeria. 2. To establish and host a major awards and honors event that celebrates and rewards people and institutions that are making positive contributions to society. 3. To advance and celebrate women, women’s causes that seek a better deal for women in Nigeria.
Glam & Essence is printed in high quality Art paper world Wide Web: Our website shall widen the readership to a wider audience in Nigeria and resonate not only with Nigerians in the diaspora, but women in other climes. Circulation: Presently, it is distributed in 8 states, and 10 cities in Nigeria, with plans to extend our distribution to the UK, USA, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago. Readership Size: About one million. Monthly Print Run: Monthly Print Run is 10,000 copies. Audience Profile: Our audiences consist of women who are diverse, confident, and naturally beautiful, and quick to respond to emotional truth and real-life experiences as captured by our editorials. It deliberately targets households and women who are still crucial in the buying decision-making process.

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