INTERNATIONAL. In this week’s edition of The Moodie Report 7 Days, Dermot Davitt comments on the significance of a new long-term joint-venture deal between Lagardère Services, through its subsidiaries Aelia and Relay France, and Aéroports de Paris, covering the major Paris airports. Plus we lend our support to the Christchurch earthquake appeal – and urge others in the travel retail industry to follow.
This issue also offers an executive summary of the major stories from the last week, together with key travel and tourism information – all this and more in The Moodie Report 7 Days.
Launched in September 2002, The Moodie Report 7 Days has become an integral element of the travel retail industry.
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ABOUT THE MOODIE REPORT
The Moodie Report is published by London-based independent company Moodie International Ltd, now one of the UK’s leading multi-media business-to-business publishers and information providers.
The Moodie Report, a weekly e-Newsletter and PDF (titled 7 Days) for the travel retail industry, was launched in September 2002. The Moodie Report has effectively challenged – and reinvented – the whole trade press model, winning widespread industry recognition for its no-nonsense, easy-to-read format, style and content, mercifully free of the usual industry speculation and spin.
The website (www.TheMoodieReport.com) was launched in March 2003 and quickly became established as an indispensable source of reliable and real-time business intelligence on the global travel retail sector. It now regularly attracts well over 250,000 page views a month.
In October 2003 the brand was extended with The Moodie Report Print Edition. Published six times a year in a unique user-friendly compact size that is handy for travel, briefcase or handbag, it was an immediate critical and commercial success and is now a clear leader on a like-for-like issue basis in advertising terms.
In October 2007 Moodie International launched The Moodie Report Digital Print Edition, using award-winning “˜Olive’ software which provides readers anywhere, anytime access to current and back issues of the print magazine. It enhances the user experience through multimedia and a variety of viewing options, as well as allowing search capabilities of all articles, advertisements and images across the entire Print Edition.
Other innovations include The Moodie Podcast, The Moodie Blog, The Moodie Forum and a popular new service called The Moodie View that allows us to show film clips and video online. In January 2010 The Moodie Report launched a Twitter feed, enabling readers to keep up to date with the latest industry happenings using the popular micro-blogging service.