Welcome to Prolific London, the capital's new must-read title for marketing and tech news

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Welcome to Prolific London, the capital's brand new must-read title for mid-market marketing and tech news.

Our first title, Prolific North, has established itself as the number one news, jobs and events platform for the creative, media and marketing sector in the region.

And now we're looking to do the same for London's marketing and tech community.

As in the North, we'll also be developing a portfolio of events to bring together, celebrate and drive business for the sector.

Here's a bit more of an introduction:

With the help of a dedicated editorial and commercial team, we hope to quickly establish our newsletter as an unmissable part of the day for movers and shakers within the London marketing and tech scene.

We are very keen to engage with the community - here are the various ways you can do that:

  • Email your news suggestions and feature ideas to our newsdesk on news@prolificlondon.co.uk
  • To enquire about posting a Job or taking out a Profile, email Carol or call her on 07864 867676
  • To talk to us about any other way you can get involved with Prolific London, email Nicky or call her on 07813 111 151

We'd like to extend our gratitude to those companies who have partnered with us on the launch: Better Placed, Buffalo 7, Jumpstart, Intermarketing, MarketingSignals.com, Influential, Space48, Stein IAS, Media Agency Group and UKFast.

We will be hosting the first Prolific London Awards in July

Nicky Wake, managing director of Prolific North, said: "We are extremely excited to be launching Prolific London.

"It is the right time for us to be making this step and I personally am hugely excited by the opportunities ahead. We already have plans in place for our first event, with full details about the first Prolific London Awards to be revealed soon.

"Our particular thanks go to those companies who have partnered with us on this initiative and we're grateful to all those who have provided such support and encouragement for the launch."